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Wojciech Rusin – Meat For the Guard Dogs

Featuring a distant collaboration with Ben Vince; an online exercise class with Hannah Aspinall; fermented memories captured on a portable recorder and a multitude of 3-D printed reed instruments, synths, voices and more, Wojciech Rusin gifts us a six part celestial journey as if fished from a dream. Drawing on inspiration from alchemical and gnostic texts and early renaissance choral music, Wojciech's work takes a pluralist approach, letting contradictory elements bathe together, coagulate and be brought forth into the awkward present. A sci-fi, ancient and futuristic micro opera for our extremely strange times, shooting from the bedroom to the fourth dimension. Jodorowsky, Parajanov and Miguel Gomes would be proud.

"Rusin builds beautifully eccentric dreamscapes, audaciously blending courtly choir song, prim cello, occult mutterings and technological squawks." The Wire

"FEARLESSLY INVENTIVE PUZZLEBOXX. File under: Eh?! '" - Low Company

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Wojciech Rusin - recording, mixing & mastering

Feauturing guest appearances from Hannah Aspinall (voice) & Ben Vince (saxophone)
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Artwork design by Oliver Barrett

Tracklisting:
1. Pigs (03:04)
2. Radiation (02:55)
3. House Arrest (feat. Ben Vince) (03:48)
4. Premantura (05:00)
5. Pile of Logs (03:50)
6. Hannasize (feat. Hannah Aspinall) (10:40)

Wojciech Rusin

Wojciech Rusin draws inspiration from alchemical and gnostic texts and early renaissance choral music. He released 'The Funnel' LP on Akashic Records in April 2019. He designs and makes 3D-printed reed instruments.

In 2015 he released the album 'Powerflex' under the moniker Katapulto on Olde English Spelling Bee. His music has been featured on BBC Four and he has worked for The National Theatre, The Southbank Centre and National Theatre Wales.

Wojciech will be performing The Funnel with performance artist Jo Hellier (vocals, electronics), and visual artist Stefan Goodchild (modular video synthesiser).

"Rusin builds beautifully eccentric dreamscapes, audaciously blending courtly choir song, prim cello, occult mutterings and technological squawks." The Wire

www.katapulto.com