Prince Sport is able to perform 38 million operations per second, consisting of 86 million elements, each sending signals up to 200 times per second. Brought to life by a mixture of wolf, boar, lark and man. He grew up in the suburbs of the Great Carboniferous Empire. Air pollution was beyond recognition there. Carboniferous brains develop differently than those that have never experienced heavy metals and obstructed photosynthesis. The plants, black as snow, were buzzing him to sleep as neuronal storms raged in his head.
Prince Sport grew up in the companionship of similar ones. Many of them have not survived to this day. Others became entangled in psychedelic bushes in late spring and early winter. Today, even when you have no idea about it, he lonely crosses streets of Bytom, Szczecin, Wrocław, Barlinek and many other cities. You can see the cat's eyes on his car's lights. He' s always chic, even when he doesn' t want it at all.
The matter of sound lets him express emotions that cannot be expressed in any other way. He makes beats out of cigarette butts, pieces of anthracite, sweat, tears, blood and other human and non-human products. Through his sounds, you may experience the sea water & musk. Angels and echoes of the inevitable death of Polish Detroit can be heard in his music. A typical record of Prince Sport contains 0 to 40mg of MDMA and other substances that interfere with what we used to call the natural state. You can fall asleep, make love or create art with it. You can also do nothing and celebrate this state of mind.
For electronics, Prince Sport is what a dark tyre is for the ecosystem. You have no idea it exists, but without it the Blue Mountains wouldn't be what they are."
"Bees"? Plastic funnels? A raging vibrato? You can hardly catch what's happening. I'm having a hard time getting it. And that's what it's all about. Your brain's on the move. Following the sound.
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