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Duo KIESLOWSKI (David K. Pomahac and Marie Kieslowski), who have recently released their debut album “Silent Loves”, introduce a new EP entitled “Ballerina” (produced by Armin Effenberger Cartonnage). Together with international producers they are working on a new album release.
“Ballerina” carries two new songs - Binoche and 2 in 1 - their first and the only song in English. In addition, the EP features three remixes of the allied musicians from the Nausea Orchestra, and the producers Ondrej Jezek and Jan Bramburek from Stuttgart /Germany. The EP Ballerina is the result of Kieslowski art production between Silent Loves and the planned recording of a new album.
KIESLOWSKI - BALLERINA:
1. Binoche (original version)
2. 2 in 1 (original version)
3. Under the Acacia Tree (remix Ulrich von Nausea)
4. Two Rooms (remix Jan Bramburek)
5. Two Rooms (remix Ondrej Jezek)
Music/Lyrics: David K. Pomahac (DKP)
Producer: Armin Effenberger
Published by: BPnoise Partnership/Indies Scope
Cover: Babeta Ondrova/Jan Slovak - LAVMI www.lavmi.cz
Issued electronically by Indies Scope and iTunes in Mid January and February and then on a CD (including two bonus remixes by Amak Golden and Armin Effenberger).
Duo KIESLOWSKI and their debut “Silent Loves” have recently pleasantly surprised the audience. Their album is a fragile statement about the love hidden deep down in all of us. The debut was positively received by professionals and almost immediately it was nominated for The Album of a Year by Tais Awards. (http://www.taisawards.com/inpage/cat-n-6-album-i-12-12/).
“Silent Loves” may refer to the rockroll past of DKP but the songs are surprisingly clear, and have a folk-like sound. The folk melodies emerging from the sound of raw guitar “noise” can be referred to as a part of the new wave of Czech folk singers.
DKP (guitar, vocals, music and lyrics) played in Bez peri (Featherless) and Houpaci kone (Rocking Horses) bands. He was also a member of an accompanying band of Xavier Baumaxa. Together with the piano player Marie Kieslowski (piano, vocals) they form a duo relying on intimacy and the raw feeling of the basic acoustic sound of a guitar and a piano, as well as the contrast of their two expressive, colourful voices.