The album called „A Soundtrack To Growing up” is an outcome of over a decade-long process of fiddling with music. Before his release was about to come, Tomasz Twardowski was a co-producer of the music for Grammatik hip-hop duo as well as a co-author of Eldo’s “Człowiek, Który Chciał Ukraść Alfabet” (The Man Who Wanted to Steal the Alphabet).
The upcoming EP demonstrates fascination with electronic music and synthesizers’ collecting, being also a reflection of ‘growing up’ musically. Genre-wise, the album oscillates between hip-hop, nu-disco and boogie. The man responsible for the sound of the whole is Mikołaj Bugajak, known to the wider public as Noon.
The face of “A Soundtrack To Growing Up” coming up on a 12-inch vinyl will be the cover art designed by Edgar Bąk, a renown winner of numerous KTR prizes (Polish Advertising Contests), among others. Jacek Kołodziejski is the author of the photographs for the cover art.
released 28 September 2012
mastering: Mikołaj Bugajak (audio-games.pl)