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Michal Jacaszek is a Polish chap who's been constructing beautiful experimental classical-based soundworlds for quite some time now. Now housed on respected experimental electronic stable Ghostly, his latest opus Glimmer carries a flaming torch for the more baroque Eastern forms of chamber music mingled with abstract electronics and flickering scrunches/loops of dense sound art. It weighs in ...

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Glimmer by Jacaszek
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 08 December 2011

Michal Jacaszek is a Polish chap who's been constructing beautiful experimental classical-based soundworlds for quite some time now. Now housed on respected experimental electronic stable Ghostly, his latest opus Glimmer carries a flaming torch for the more baroque Eastern forms of chamber music mingled with abstract electronics and flickering scrunches/loops of dense sound art. It weighs in somewhere between Deaf Center, 'Tides'-era Arovane, Third Eye Foundation and Machinefabriek and is a massively meditative if not occasionally unsettling listen taking in moody pulverising sonics, sinister aural crevices and tender sweeping orchestration. You'll find all this merging into one uneasy alliance that pulsates, groans, thunders and thrums, sometimes as on 'Pod Swiatło' like a magnificent swirling malevolent storm, one which you are quite happy to get caught right in the eye of. Alarmingly powerful and often tender, graceful stuff.


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