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Twardowski - When We Were Astronauts
Twardowski
When We Were Astronauts
LP | 2016 | Original (U Know Me)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"When We Were Astronauts" is Twardowski's third solo outing on U Know Me Records and his first full-length LP. The album started as an exercise in creating an alternative soundtrack to a certain sci-fi movie - sketches for the tracks were laid out as illustration to particular scenes and sequences from the movie. Eventually, as the sketches started to form an album, the concept evolved into an impression about childhood dreams, manifested by the yearning to become an astronaut. All this is heavily filtered by the artist's 80's nostalgia and unconditional love for sci-fi movies, especially the kitschy ones.
Twardowski - Terms Of Endearment
Twardowski
Terms Of Endearment
LP | 2013 | EU | Original (U Know Me)
11,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After 9 months Twardowski returns with his sophomore EP. This time he messed with the catalog numbers a bit: the EP - titled "Terms Of Endearment" - skipped a few numbers and will be released as UKM030 to commemorate the author's birthday.Just like the previous installment, the new EP also covers a specific facet of life. This time it's all about the dynamics of relationships and giving voice to the eponymous "Terms Of Endearment".One can expect Twardowski's collection of synths to feature prominently all over the album, combined with some clever sampling for a rich and warm sound. The EP is comprised of seven tracks, ranging from 90 to 110bpm (no one, especially the author expected to deliver a track as fast as 110bpm), all instrumental save for chopped up vocal samples.The cover was once again designed by the talented minimalist Edgar Bąk, this time by 'sampling' old fashion magazines to evoke the most basic imagery associated with being together: holding hands.
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