Various - Pole Reports From Space

Since it's founding in 1957, The Polish Radio Experimental Studio unsurprisingly initially took inspiration for their sound designs from the post-war expansion of technology, space exploration and the popular media tropes of interplanetary travel, robotics and alien life (the threatening variety obviously). It's also a lot better than I'm making it sound. On here you get different generations of Eastern European sound sculptors: Krzysztof Penderecki, Zdeněk Liška (from former Czechoslovakia), Arturas Bumšteinas (Lithuania), Eduard Artemjew (Russia) who is better known for soundtracking the Soviet-era films of Andrei Tarkovsky, Marcin Cichy, Eugeniusz Rudnik and Sultan Hagavik.

A double CD released on Bôłt in 2014. It's not MP3.

in poland ... nobody can hear you whinge


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Anonymous,  18 March 2021 at 18:27  

very very very good