Avtomat is a man with way too many interests – a composer, producer, DJ and vocalist, but also a graphic designer, typographer and 3D illustrator. Member of the Oramics crew. His own music has morphed several times throughout the last 10 years – from purely synthetic timbres to a perplexing fusion of rhythmically and sonically jagged compositions with traditional harmonic singing in his collaboration with fellow singers in Pleśni (a pun on the Polish words mold and chants), a recent project.
He was able to present his music during numerous festivals (Unsound, Tauron Nowa Muzyka, Audioriver, CoCArt, Tofifest) and an assortment of clubs. Between 2014 and 2016 he has been creating impromptu live music for an interactive theatre play The Method of National Constellations (I.e. during Modern Art Days in Białystok). The sensation of a never ending musical split has led him towards the more hybrid areas of electronic music, which he also dabbles in during his DJ-sets.
In the club his over ten-year experience of supporting queer, anti-fascist and underground scene, spinning turntables and using digital controllers results in an almost annoyingly disparate selection of the most forward-thinking sound offered by today’s scene. In his series of DJ-sets and club nights (Ciężki Brokat, W Mocy Nocy, the moody Dystopia) he blends unusual rhythmic patterns and futuristic sounds without forgetting the more humane qualities like melody and harmony, all kicked up a notch with his improvised vocals.
He has supported sets by Deena Abdelwahed, Crystal Castles, Emika, Miss Kittin, Danger, Tommy Cash, Little Big, Octo Octa, Dick4Dick, Baasch or Pola Rise and shared festival stages with the likes of Coucou Chloe, Lafawndah, Fatima Al Qadiri, Moderat, Richie Hawtin, The Whip, Brodka, Rebeka or Zoot Woman.
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