Night Talks

It’s a trance-like, discreet, almost meditative wandering into areas not much explored by the two musicians so far. It has something of the mood of albums created by sensational duos like Joëlle Léandre and Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Pascal Niggenkemper and Thomas Heberer or Alan Silva and Jacques Coursil. Formally, Jachna and Wojcinski’s narrative is, in a way, a negation of the idea of free as a sonic extreme, full of noise and cacophony. Here it is about openness and freedom understood in a somewhat perverse way. The filter is the sensitivity of both artists, who, without unnecessary technical stunts, maintaining a specific atmosphere of introversion and peculiar asceticism, give this story a searching, creative character, while creating a special kind of Bydgoszcz-Warsaw improvised bridge.

Tomasz Łuczak

released July 27, 2015

Wojciech JACHNA – trumpet, flugelhorn
Ksawery WÓJCIŃSKI – double bass

Recorded: 1–2 December 2014 at Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music, Bydgoszcz, Poland.
Recording & Mix by Jędrzej Podolak.
Master: Macin Bociński
Executive Produer: Maciej Karłowski
Cover design: Małgorzata LIPINSKA
All rights reserved. FSR 03|2015 Published by Fundacja SŁUCHAJ!

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