GENETIC TRANSMISSION 'Spójrzcie Пожaлyйстa jakie Piękne Macie Gęby' CD

We are consistently continuing our reissue series, aimed at reminding the most important materials from the large discography of Genetic Transmission. As the fifth in a row, we present the album "Spójrzcie Пожaлyйстa, Jakie Piękne Macie Gęby" originally released on CDR by D.S.B.M.W. in 2002. The sounds this album is composed of oscillate in the fields Tomasz Twardawa's project has already been known for (brutism, plunderphonics, field recordings, industrial). Unlike previous sessions, we find here many more experiments referring to cut-up techniques (in the tradition of Nurse With Wound), sound preparation using (for the first time in the history of Genetic Transmission) a computer, or building a kind of narrative that forms a sonic story without unambiguous content. 

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GENETIC TRANSMISSION 'Spójrzcie Пожaлyйстa, Jakie Piękne Macie Gęby' CD

We are consistently continuing our reissue series, aimed at reminding the most important materials from the large discography of Genetic Transmission. As the fifth in a row, we present the album "Spójrzcie Пожaлyйстa, Jakie Piękne Macie Gęby" originally released on CDR by D.S.B.M.W. in 2002. The sounds this album is composed of oscillate in the fields Tomasz Twardawa's project has already been known for (brutism, plunderphonics, field recordings, industrial). Unlike previous sessions, we find here many more experiments referring to cut-up techniques (in the tradition of Nurse With Wound), sound preparation using (for the first time in the history of Genetic Transmission) a computer, or building a kind of narrative that forms a sonic story without unambiguous content.

The album was reissued in an ecopak and is limited to 200 copies only.

Release date: 22.11.2018

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