Bionulor also makes theatre music. In June 2011, at the Warsaw Teatr Powszechny, the première of Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” took place – a play with an original soundtrack written by Bionulor. These are the sounds referring to inspiration found in classical music, as well as more experimental musical visions, inscribed into a modern interpretation of text penned by the great English playwright.
A fragment of this soundtrack:
And the trailer:
Three years ago today, my debut album „Bionulor” has been released. It had its official premiere on January 19th, 2009, however, the first copies of the record were available for purchase two days beforehand during the promotional concert which took place in Cafe Belg in Czestochowa. The album was inspired by early music. It was composed pure and simple on the basis of my personal method of working with sound which I call „100% sound recycling”. The first person who took an interest in this material was Grzegorz Bojanek and it was under his self-run etaLABEL where the album finally got released, wrapped in an untypical cardboard cover of A5 format. Today there’s only a few copies of this edition left – for those who don’t have it yet, you’d better hurry…
And here are the reviews of this release which I’ve managed to collect so far:
Thanks to Kamila for the translation.
Bionulor’s new track is titled “Kilinskiego” and comes from “A Sound Guide To Warsaw” compilation :
This compilation is the result of a project in which musicians and sound artists were asked to create a sound piece based upon and inspired by the field recordings made in Warsaw, Poland. The collected tracks may be viewed as a sound guide to Warsaw, reflecting the artists’ interpretation of the Warsaw soundscape and presenting their sonic visions of the city. The basis for all the tracks were the recordings from places located all over Warsaw and the artists were free to process them in any way they wished.
More info : http://sqrt-label.org/eng/waw/index.html