Dominika Korzeniecka - perkusja (Orkiestra Klezmerska Teatru Sejneńskiego, Tania O, Pochwalone, Haunted River, Banda Nella Nebbia)
Artur Krychowiak (Nowa Ziemia, Sunwôrm) - gitara barytonowa, elektronika
Marcin Dymiter (emiter, MAPA, niski szum, BAZA, FLORA QUARTET) - gitara elektryczna, elektronika
Trys Saulės buduje organiczne brzmienie oparte na rytmach, długich dźwiękach (drone), repetycjach i poszukiwaniach w obszarze ciszy i hałasu. Otwarte kompozycje, improwizacja to elementy pozwalające ukazać nasz muzyczny język i uwolnić energię tkwiącą w możliwościach rockowych instrumentów.
“***” is a debut album from instrumental/post-rock trio Trys Saulės. It consists of five spacious tracks based on hypnotic rhythms and raw, distorted guitars.
“I met Artur (Krychowiak, guitar) at his solo concert under the Nowa Ziemia monicker,” recalls Marcin Dymiter (guitar). “We tried to organize some rehearsals afterwards but for a pretty long time we couldn’t match our schedules. It dawned on me that we should maybe try and arrange for Dominika (Korzeniecka, drums) to join us. We’ve known each other for a while and I really appreciate her musical sense, intuition and the way she plays drums. When we first met as a trio it quickly became obvious that there’s more to our playing than just a sum of all its parts,” adds Dymiter.
For listeners familiar with Marcin’s impressive discography and musical past, both in his solo (as Emiter) and collective (Mapa, Ewa Braun) endeavours, it may come as a some surprise that he decided to come back to a more rock-based group formula. “I haven’t played in what you can call a regular rock band for some time now but it doesn’t mean I gave up on guitar as an instrument,” he explains. “Just to mention two albums released as Niski Szum and my contributions to “Pępek Świata” compilation and a soundtrack to Marcina Borchardt’s movie ‘Beksińscy. Album wideofoniczny’. Guitar doesn’t always need to be present as it can only serve as an idea, creating a specific approach to thinking about sound,” Dymiter says.