One Hour of Nothing

One Hour of Nothing is an entirely improvisational ambient music and piano live performance. A simple setup allows me to switch between a few sounds on two keyboards and optionally send what I am playing into a very long echo effect, essentially functioning as an atmospheric tape-style looper. Each echo-repeat gets more muffled and washed out, forming multi-layered soundscapes. So with what I’ve got – 8 instruments in total (2 pianos, 1 electric piano, 4 pad-like instruments, 1 pluck-key synths) I start layering these sounds and just follow my intuition…

Improvised Peace out on Bandcamp

Today Improvised Peace EP was released on Bandcamp. This is a short ambient/neoclassical piano-focused record that appeared as a reaction to the recent events in Europe. I am related to all the nations involved, so yes, this is quite personal. Yet, I wouldn’t like to join the hypocrisy of presenting one particular war as somehow more tragic and significant than others happening around the planet right now. No political statements, no flags, no self-deluded declamations. I just want to dedicate this small artistic gesture to the dream of the world where wars are simply impossible. The dream that is still alive, but is far from coming true.

…Here is a small secret about this release: there are two bonus tracks in the download which are currently Bandcamp-exclusive. Click Buy Digital Album and enter zero to get it for free or any other amount you’d like to pay to support my work, which is always appreciated!

Out Now – The Comforting Warmth of Winter

My new solo album is out! While this is not the very first record I release, it is a sort of debut for me as an electronic music artist. Outside of any particular genre boundaries, with no natural constraints of writing for a more collaborative media, this is my attempt to bring a very personal musical expression and inner sound world to life. I hope you enjoy this introspective exploration of the cold season!