Over the last few years Justyna Banaszczyk aka FOQL has released an impressive amount of music on different types of media, on labels such as New York Haunted, Always Human Tapes, Gooiland Elektro and Pointless Geometry. Her hypnotic and unconventional style stems from her industrial and dark roots, and thanks to her soft spot for experiments, heaviness and the most innovative corners of dance music, she avoids the obvious, what can also be heard during her live performances. The artist associated with Oramics collective is releasing a new record 'Dumpster diving know-how' that's coming out on CGI Records from Atlanta.
'Dumpster diving know-how' consists of six tracks that operate both on acid sequences and on fairy-tale-like synthesizers. But this fairy tale is eerie, full of sound waste and disastrous prophecies. There's room for a tribal apocalypse ('War Drums For Children'), broken acid techno ('The Most Complex Thing' recorded together with Elena Sizowa, a Belarussian DJ and producer) and some spooky yet magical synth landscapes ('Take A Deep Breath & Dive Into The Bin'). What can be heard throughout the whole mini-album is the excellent sound that is not afraid of dirt, noise and 'sound waste' that the title refers to.
'Dumpster diving know-how' mini-album will be available on green and black vinyl and the person responsible for the perfectly matched artwork is Bartosz Zaskórski / Mchy i Porosty.