Cezary Gapik | Vanishing

Vanishing is 3'' Audio-CDr.
Limited edition to 100 copies in a special packaging.


1. #0476 [Vanishing] | 13:00 
2. #0503 [Barrier] | 09:12 
Entropy Records "Thought For The Day" presents ED.002:
Cezary Gapik | Vanishing

Cezary Gapik (also know as CEZAR) was born in Czestochowa, Poland in 1963. He started his musical activity in 1980 as an animator of punk rock bands. Soon enough he discovered new sounds which were brought by the punk rock rebellion. Cabaret Voltaire, Public Image Ltd. or other “new wave” bands had an enormous influence on the perception of music by Cezar. Plunging into the fundaments of musical avant-garde (Karlheinz Stockhausen, Morton Feldman, Luc Ferrari, La Monte Young), the appearance of new creative possibilities (computer) together with the works of artists like Mick Harris (Lull, Scorn), Illusion of Safety, etc. had definitively shaped the musical direction towards which Cezary Gapik follows. His musical creation is based on drones and micro-tonal sound planes interlaced with abstract “images” (field recordings, prepared instruments, various objects) or computer-processed synthetic sounds (glitch)…

In memory of my dead friend:
Jacek Poltorniak (1965 - 2011)

ED.002 is a limited edition to 100 copies.

Composed and mastered by Cezary Gapik - www.cezarygapik.wordpress.com.
Cover art by Patricia Oblack - ''Cat Tails'' - www.patriciaoblack.com.

Package designed by David Ya.

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Made in Paris, France (c) + (p) 2011 by Entropy Records

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  • Physical Release date: 2011-10-04
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  • 3'' Pro-Audio-CDr, multicoloured clip.
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1. #0476 [Vanishing] | 13:00 
2. #0503 [Barrier] | 09:12 

2011-11-11 | English review by "Justinas Mikulskis @ Secret Thirteen"
Cezary Gapik – Contrast I & Vanishing
11 Dec ’11

Cezary Gapik (also known as CEZAR) is a Polish performer of drone, abstract and experimental music. Affected of music creation in 1980 while being an animator of local punk rock bands, he studied the evolution of computer made music and right now he has released more than 30 individual works and assuredly stands among the Eastern European academic musicians. Cezary also participates in such bands as QG/GQ and Sub Spa where he expands his productivity and creativeness.

“Vanishing” is an EP, released by Entropy Records, that consists of two lethargic compositions. The first work #0476 [Vanishing] is full of abstract ambient sounds which float into higher dimensional space. After monotonic blend into prolific wholeness, sublime sounding evokes cathedral feeling. By progressively absorbing sine curves, Cezary constructs synthetic sound plenitude. Subtle disharmonized rotational surroundings prove his musical maturity. The second work #0503 [Barrier] is full of micro processing intellectual experimental creation. The whole is filled with ingenuity – from clever looped ticks to whirling keen atmospheres. Suddenly appearing cosmic effects cause cinematographic sound visions and by exploring mesmerizing sounding variations Cezary creates something magnificent.

Cezary creates this skillfully shaped music with deformation of latent styles which leads to the visionary matrix of chaotic tones. He is an artist whose production needs to be explored and decoded.

painting by Patricia Oblack
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