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Let's Make Better Mistakes Tomorrow

Tomasz Bednarczyk

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Headphone Commute Review

Over the thick textures of organic pads, low rumbling of a record player, and conscious tended piano notes, Thomasz Bednarczyk builds ten pieces of ambient fragments, all as elusive as they are persistent. Field recordings of uncommon spaces and public places occasionally poke through the background, only to recede again. The miniature compositions on the album are meticulously sculpted and then repeated to let you fully bathe and soak in the sound. The track, “Autumn“, comes in with a driving bass at its base of constant harmonic soundscapes, while “The Sketch”, incorporates processed piano chords, gently glitching through the crumbled vinyl clicks, until a few intricate phrases sweep over the field recordings (provided by Sawako), and then fade away. Let’s Make Better Mistakes Tomorrow is Bednarczyk’s third full-length album. His previous two releases, Summer Feelings (2008) and Painting Sky Together (2009) were both released on Lawrence English‘s Room40 label. The album is split into two sections: “The first half of the album floats like a pellucid veil: higher frequency whispers, surface noise and glassy textures create light, calm drones, and noticeable bass tones aren’t heard for nearly 20 minutes… The listener is then presented with the final four pieces, which descend into deeper territory. Darkness and murky frequencies prevail, and the surfaces become more distressed and stormy, finally submerging to ‘Night’, which closes the album with its languid, sleepy bass loop that lulls away to silence.” Once again, a winner for 12k!

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