Bartek Kujawski " A kto jest słaby niech jada jarzyny"
Little did I know that he has moved on in changing his own style which is now quite far from minimalistic glitch and has more to do with synth-induced tonal and melodic even experiments which is a change welcomed greatly.
As usual the concept of the album is a different story - here it goes the list of his tracks:
Qui autem infirmus est, olus manducet.
1 kapar ciernisty (Capparis spinosa)
2 fasola wielokwiatowa (Phaseolus coccineus)
3 czosnek pospolity (Allium sativum)
4 burak ćwikłowy (Beta vulgaris)
5 szparag lekarski (Asparagus officinalis)
6 kukurydza cukrowa (Zea mays)
7 pieprznik jadalny (Cantharellus cibarius)
8 koper ogrodowy (Anethum graveolens)
9 kozibród porolistny (Tragopogon porrifolius)
10 cebula kartoflanka (Allium cepa)
which clearl doesn't have much to do with weak forms of pronounciation but sets a firm direction on positive message clearly stated in the title of this cdr and limited edition of another Altanova Press showcase.
Bartek has matured his music over the years, feels quite abundantly reluctant to release his past but yet has plenty to say in his new context which is full of references to any synth related stuff possible which bears no resemblance to anything I know, simply because Kujawski has elaborately and elegantly embellished his bent style, unique sense of stylistics and absurdly sarcastic sense of surreal humour. It's a narrative and to be listened many times on and on and on...