You can also check my professional work and my personal projects.
Szymon Kaliski is a Polish multimedia artist who combines lo-fi techniques with new digital technologies.
Kaliski is constantly searching for individual methods of expression, using self-made software and unique hardware.
His tracks are intentionally filled with imperfections, full of cracks suspended in slowed down soundscapes. Compositions are always born from acoustic sounds, looped, decayed and reconstructed.
His releases were warmly received by press, he was compared to artists such as William Basinski, Eluvium, or Taylor Deupree.
If you enjoy listening to good music, you should buy this album; if you're interested in thinking through the ways in which sound and place make each other meaningful, you've even more reason to do so. Fluid Radio
[Kaliski] takes pieces from all the greats, lots of vintage Jeckian crackle, subtle glitches like Hecker, some Basinski melancholy, and Deupree style processed minimalism, all while not sounding too much like any one of them. Anti Gravity Bunny
From Scattered Accidents
Kitchen. Label (2012)
"From Scattered Accidents" centers around the themes of imperfection and fleeting phenomena. Recording began in the Winter of 2010, and the album chronologically documents his creative process over a year. Preferring to pick up anomalies in his recordings which arose from the process of constructing his acoustic loops or curated set of found sounds, a single key on a broken piano with its patina and wear was picked up as one of the few working materials.
For Isolated Recollections
"For Isolated Recollections" is closing stories from "Out Of Forgetting", following on the same deconstructed memories of fleeing pictures.
Released as very limited 100 postcard CDs, currently only available as digital copy.
Out Of Forgetting
"Out Of Forgetting" is retrospection of somehow destroyed memories, smallest pieces of sound and pictures. Crafted between carefully planning and most aimless improvisations, this tracks are filled with melancholy and cracks, imperfect, as stories they tell.