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X-NAVI:ET is a new audio project of Rafal Iwanski (born 1975, Poland) - member and cofounder of band HATI. Performing as X-NAVI:ET he presents a combination of electronic sounds and field/find recordings with analog effects, filter machines and acoustic instruments as well. Its electroacoustic psychoactive space drone music. R. Iwanski started to play the guitar in 1990 and played in psychedelic rock and postindustrial experimental musical projects. In the middle of 90. he played and recorded experimental music, based on all kinds of available electronic and acoustic instruments (e. g. Mantra-I: Prehistory of HATI: Vol. 1, tape published in 1997, re-released in 2006 on cd).
R. Iwanski has performed tens of times, solo and with other artists - in Torun, Poznan, Warszawa, Grudziadz, Bydgoszcz, Berlin, Hamburg and on festivals: II Apostazja Festival, IX Experyment Festival in Zbaszyn, Chain Reaction Promotions vol. IX in Antonin and I Retrograde in the Dromosphere in Poznan. He cooperated live with guitarist/sound artist Jeff Gburek (USA-Poland), dancer Ana Kavalis (Cuba-Germany) – in Djalma Primordial Science dance-scenic project of Jeff Gburek, IDIOSYNCRASIA (Belgium), Jacek Zielinski (video/Poland) and Xavier Bayle (action painting/Spain-Poland).
As member of HATI he collaborated live and studio with (among others): Z’EV (+ full lenght album), John Zorn, PURE (+ studio), Robert Curgenven (+ studio), WEREJU, Andrzej Przybielski, Marcelo Aguirre, Phil Maggi, Peter Puype, Maciej MAGURA Goralski, Andrzej LAL Kasprzyk (+ full lenght album), KO-ON-TEN, pathMAN, MOLR DRAMMAZ, Miroslaw Rajkowski, MIRT, Raymond Salvatore Harmon (video), Jacek Zielinski (video), Marek Styczynski (studio) and many others.

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