Polish visual artist Wojciech Puś crosses a line into sound with the elemental electronic invocations of ‘Endless: Music For Performers’ for native stable, Bocian Records.
Recorded 2016-2018, the six improvisations of ‘Endless: Music For Performers’ are a development of Puś’ piece ‘Endless’, which Bocian describe as “a sensual architecture of images, light, and sound that serves as a base structure for a poetic essay, a dream about identities in process.”
We can’t really comment on how the music relates to the visuals, but the music stands on its own right as a fine, immersive experience full of illusive spectral apparitions and riddled with a midnight logic. They’re really not giving much away about who does what, however we can tell you that there are some string highlights to be found in the opening draft of icy air-con tones and numbly smudged wind instruments on ‘improvisation 1 (Simon & Josef)’, and particularly ‘improvisation 4 (Anton & Jorge)’, which feels like the docking sequence to an alien mothership coming to land at an Eric Prydz show, but slowed 1000%.
This LP is limited for 300 copies only in two versions of covers. Gatefold sleeve.