"Polish sound deconstructor Jakub Lemiszewski makes music that slips away from any easy definitions, which can be ranged from plunderphonics or vaporwave to weird lo-fi, synth driven slowcore and it still would be too narrow to describe a weird, dadaistic gallery of sounds and symbols on “30 Minut”. Taking samples from the strangest of places (the opening piece “91” sets snippets from old Polish advertisements and news commentary to the pimpin, funky beat in the vein of Jeffry Astin’s Digital Natives project). In the latter half the album becomes a collection of strange, forgotten video game soundtracks played with the most basic, skeletal computer equipment available. Kinda like a more cheesy and parodistic answer to Sweden’s 1991."
released August 21, 2013