Views:7775500|Rating:4.85|View Time:3:29Minutes|Likes:115518|Dislikes:3540 ALBUM “MR KĘKĘ” W WERSJI DELUXE DOSTĘPNY TYLKO W PREORDERZE (DODATKOWA KOLEKCJONERSKA OKŁADKA + BONUS TRACK + ?)
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“Safari” to pierwszy singiel z szykowanego na 2019 r. albumu pt. “Mr KęKę”
Tekst/Rap Piotr “KęKę” Siara
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Adrian Gargul, Adrian Rękawik, Anna Władziewicz, Bartłomiej Kałużny, Damian Chyrzyński ,Damian Daros, Damian Rembiarz,
Daniel Gargul, Daniel Kłys, Daniel Malorny, Dawid Waligóra, Denis Orliński, Diana Celmer Tumulka, Dominika Kwapulińska, DorianBendig, Flip Lubecki, Igor, Hulbój, Jakub Czekaj, Jakub Gromadzki, Jakub Plebańczyk, Józef Krzynówek, Justyna Czechowicz, Kacper Zawiślak, Kamil Filipczak, Kamil Kasiński, Kamil Łapkiewicz, Karol Ćwikliński, Kinga Kozik, Łukasz Kompała,
Łukasz Makowski, Marek Hamel, Mateusz Białas, Mateusz Błaziński, Mateusz Ciastek, Mateusz Jandzioł, Matylda Szałkowska, Michał Góras, Michał Silski, Michał Utikal, Patryk Markiewicz, Patryk Wilczek, Piotr Dąbrowski, Przemysław Zięba, Sebastian Gwóźdź, Sebastian Sokołowski, Tomasz Belski, Tomasz Grenda, Tomasz Stefański, Tymoteusz Truszkowski, Xawery Kostrzewa.
Produkcja: 9LITER FILMY
Reżyseria: Błażej Jankowiak
Scenariusz: Piotr Siara, Błażej Jankowiak, Irek Jankowiak
Zdjęcia: Błażej Jankowiak
Montaż: Błażej Jankowiak
Script supervisor: Irek Jankowiak
Asystent reżysera: Natalia Rozpondek
Kierownik Produkcji: Szymon Tomalik
Kierownik planu: Szymon Tomalik
Kierownik ds. lokalizacji: Szymon Tomalik
Koordynator statystów: Szymon Tomalik,
Make up: Dorota Piecha,
Scenografia: Natalia Rozpondek, Szymon Tomalik, Błażej Jankowiak, Irek Jankowiak,
Mistrz oświetlenia: Bartek Gburek
Oświetlacze: Bartłomiej Stelmach
Światło 2nd unit: 9LITER FILMY
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Views:4469|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:39Minutes|Likes:45|Dislikes:0 Back in February, with the Touchstone album safely in the can, Solarstone met up with renowned dance music documentary makers Our Man In The Field to give them the inside track on it. In the first of two Touchstone ‘mini-docs’, Richard returns to the Solarstudio to talk about the creation of ‘Electric Love’, ‘Slowmotion’, ‘Zeitgeist’ and the title track (his own Seven Cities Touchstone). Viewing these are going to become an essential part of the album experience…
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I guess one of the definitions of touchstone the word is standard to which others aspire the music on the album is coming from lots of different lesson from John's you know these trance when they're progressive has kind of german-based of ambient even stuff which is like touchstone to to seventies prog rock this album was raised altar was a good artists out but now I really want to do something that he's you know pushing bringing in my guitars and the strings and all the brilliant musicians I've got around as well to make it it's a bigger experience touchdowns the title track the album and it's got that classic soul stone sound you know the production of the tracks more based on breaks and there's lots of guitar work going on there there's lots of you know neutral strings but there is back so under stone sound looking forward with the reference to the passage of Anatomy and I love the way that the truck comes in with those lovely strings requires and then you've got the face coming up underneath and then you've got the percussion coming up underneath and then those when those lovely brakes slam in you know it's such a big moment on the album it's kind of like okay right now you've arrived you know it's kind of it's a track that's going to it's gonna feel familiar to establish soulstone fans but it's also different to love so I'm not kind of repeating myself touchstone goes into electric level now electrum of being the first music moving record it opens with that vocal map lovely piano and then just whacks into this driving ponse teeth almost acid has sort of trials record features a guy could build makruh d on vocals bill as a fantastic singer performer he really sings with such emotion and passion that you rarely get in is this so emotion is a trap I've recorded with Al Queda this is brilliant Finnish Finnish producer it's really warm and spacious and I don't rely too heavily on percussion and things like that it's all about sort of driving arpeggios and it's a very sort of organic earthy sort of Giorgio Moroder type Renaissance esque trance truck it's one of those tracks when people hear it they say are you know this brings back all those great memories of the 90s as I guys is the second track I've recorded with all he do I said we approach that there's a in exactly the same way as slow-motion except that we wanted to do something's a little bit more sort of peak time trance we go straight for the jugular in terms of trance music players since slowly building up and just letting the photos at the synthesizer being the work when I started the album it was very very clear I do how I wanted the pace and the flow of the artistry from start to end the whole journey of the album has felt like very very carefully mapped out and planned in 18 months solid work you