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Kaczmarek - IIIIIIIIIIIIII Reworks
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (KCZMRK)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sterac, Vril, Lewis Fautzi, Vsk, Djedjotronic Remixes. To differentiate between his solo dance-oriented work to the darker tones, Kaczmarek aka Paul Ritch launched his new album titled IIIIIIIIIIIIII on October 30th on his fresh imprint KCZMRK. KCZMRK is definitely a more personal project for Paul, helping him define a newly found darker and more genuine taste to produce electronic music, which would even the most demanding audience left surprised. Kaczmareks immersive sounds on his debut album were highly supported by respected artists of the underground scene such as Sterac, Vril, Lewis Fautzi, VSK and Djedjotronic, who will contribute reworks that will come out in a remix EP in February 2018. The 12inch is gently introduced with a sophisticated remix of IIIII by techno pioneer Sterac aka Steve Rachmad, continuing with Vrils remix of IIIIIIIIII who delivers beautiful ambient tones in a euphoric travel of sound. The B side begins with emerging talent Lewis Fautzi and his IIIIs remix in a deep and hypnotic cut, followed by the curtesy of VSK and Djedjotronics remixes of IIIIIIIII. VSK sticks to the dark and hard forms of techno with glimmer of deeper and industrial sounds while Djedjotronic enrich Kaczmareks dark techno tones with some futuristic IDM.
3x12" | 2017 | EU | Original (KCZMRK)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Paul Ritch has undertaken a new project titled Kaczmarek, which will be the introductory act on his new KCZMRK label. The 14 selections of the album, each one titled only with hash marks that designate its place in the order of the playlist, each feature elements that contribute to the construction of a virtual environment - some of the elements to be found are ghostly hovering dissonance, intense hydraulic percussion, and subtle glitches appearing on the periphery of consciousness. In the wrong hands, collecting so many disparate elements in one place could be a recipe for disaster, but Ritchs diverse arrangements here all share a common impression of momentum or resistance to stasis. Stand-alone moments, like the cloudy industrialisms of II and IIIIIII or IIIIIIIIII S clever mix of running water and cycling deep bass, are enjoyable in and of themselves, but they also contribute to a larger template from which each individual listener can create their own psychic adventure.
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