"A totally excellent burst of dynamite noise-blasting in the electro-acoustic "art" mode! In four tracks and 33 minutes, Piotrowicz does indeed deliver a grim "warn" - an apocalyptic narrative laced with urban paranoia, fear and hate. The opening cut depicts a huge crowd of panicked citizens, all shouting in fear and confusion. They struggle to be heard among a cloud of electronic noise, the "humanity" of their voices leeched away by Piotrowicz's cruel processes. For the remainder of record, those troubled voices drop away, to be replaced by short and powerful episodes of pure, throbbing, intense noise chugs. Plenty of dynamics, textures, ideas, and development - but it never forgets to be relentless. The cataclysm hinted at during the opening moments is slowly spreading across the globe. The last track depicts total devastation - a day of heavy bombardment and explosions. Stern, grim and brilliant music; some clues and hints in the track titles too, suggestive of dystopian futures and a paranoid thriller story, presented in short film-like episodes. A treatise on nuclear war or chemical gas death or a howitzer blast in the face.
Packaged by the turbo-sociologist Michal Kopaniszyn in a fab clear-vinyl wallet printed with blood-red streaks and gashes, this release is a total must-have item! Who is Rurokura? When will the Final Warn arrive? And if it does, will we take heed? "
The Sound Projector, Ed Pinsent 23/07/2006
released February 19, 2013
Robert Piotrowicz: analog synthesizer, electroacoustic devices
Recorded Sepember 2004. Mastered by Werner Dafeldecker and Robert Piotrowicz. This release is a result of cooperation of emd.pl/records
and Dobosz Records.
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