Released back in 2020 Sarmacja's Jazda Polska spread with a deep, dub-echo amongst bass voyage enthusiasts, including with a remix from The Orb. The album was featured in a good deal of best albums of the year selections, and secured plays on BBC 6 Music, Polskie Radio and more.
Time for Booh. At the end of 2019, Sarmacja started to cooperate with the vocalist FLicker Fox. First, the trio concerts, and then the initial studio session showed that there is no need of "seeking" or "getting along". Immediate action. Without building multi-level concepts and challenging the matter. Booh is a breath of perfume, reminding a distant, yet very specific feeling. A feeling with no good memory of related location. And when we try to locate it, it vanishes like a soap bubble. Booh is pure fun -- a house party where you talk on frivolous topics, upload clips from YT and sip a drink every now and then. The party was supposed to be short and concise. Fortunately, the gentlemen from Data Animals came and with their selection, carried the party until dawn with a bonus EP.
Data Animals formed by guys with two hearts -- one from Central Russia, second from Central Asia. Eternal eastern melancholy blended with multicultural digital beats plus a pinch of humor are the answer to the challenge of unpredictable modernity. Precise sound production, sensual melodies, enough of dusty 12-bit conversion: Damir Mambetaliev and Andrey Rublev are searching for timeless yet fresh electronic sound, and their Sati EP is the byproduct.
Sarmacja's follow up EP to their widely praised 'Jazda Polska' abum, which included a remix from The Orb
Dub explorers at the forefront of Poland's experimental scene
Haunting vocals and Augustus Pablo reminiscent melody
Split with a debut outing for mysterious Russian outfit, Data Animals
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