Thanks to Julien and Francis.
After a string of dark ambient works Polish project MJDK turns to something off-the-wall, crazy and eccentric. His «Hymn» looks eclectic enough in the combination of dark ambient canvases behind distorted electronic sounds with prolonged speeches and Scorn-like illbient loops. And the core of the work, more-than-fifteen-minutes Coil-inspired escapist track adds more diversity to this weird and somewhat unreal work.
«The song «Hymn» (Anthmen in Polish) is inspired by the French movie «La prochaine fois je viserai le coeur» (2014).
I love Phallus Dei music and courtesy of Mr. Oliver St. Lingam I could record a remix of the song «Will You Come Now».
«Filokles & Lykofron» is a tribute to the incredible project Coil. At all costs, I decided to record something in their style.
The song «London» was recorded during my stay in the capital of the United Kingdom.
«Inception» is a veritable frenzy with a speech of one of my philosophical guru Alan Watts.»
— Mateusz Jędrzejczak (MJDK)
«Will You Come Now (Phallus Dei)» by John Walker/Phallus Dei, remixed by MJDK.
«Inception», voice by Alan Watts.
Artwork by Hanka.
- MJDK – Hymn (02:29)
- MJDK – Will You Come Now (Phallus Dei) (07:23)
- MJDK – Filokles & Lykofron (Tribute to Coil) (15:37)
- MJDK – London (02:08)
- MJDK – Inception (05:34)
Style of this album could be described as atonal experimental illbient.
Cover art by Rhazos, improved by 320.
- Rhazos – Can’t Explain (3:25)
- Rhazos – On The Morbid Wings Of Chaos (2:27)
- Rhazos – Arihbe 21 Alba (3:53)
- Rhazos – The Emperor (4:31)
- Rhazos – Krieg (5:38)
- Rhazos – Insect Terror (4:00)
- Rhazos – The Gravestone Song Of Zaratustra (4:16)
- Rhazos – Silent (2:18)
- Rhazos – The Hanged Man (3:29)
- Rhazos – Spirit (4:40)
- Rhazos – Kaotra (9:13)
- Rhazos – Remember The Stars (6:50)
- Rhazos – Ceremonial Torment (2:11)
- Rhazos – Salt Cage (3:10)