Mateusz Wysocki, a publisher and sound artist know mainly due to his solo project Fischerle, opens yet another outlines series. This time the series concentrates on dub techno, 160 bpm and footwork.
Fischerle constructs an intricate continuum of intersecting micro-narratives - seemingly chaotic atomized details, yet forming a multi-layered pulsating tissue. groove 7.2 depicts that clearly - shattered and unstable organic particles gradually transform into a dynamic bass organism. groove 7.1, on the other hand, starts with a short phrase resembling Alva Noto's Xerrox, and its subsequent layers create an impression as if they spontainously emerged from a dense background, without anyone’s interference.
Fischerle seems to create these exceptional and impressionistic illustrations with ease, but the whole construct, intensely thought-over and carried out with solid consistency, the simpler it seems in listening, the more complex of the subcutaneous machinery it reveals.