HURRICANE SPRING 2055 includes three works recorded with a harmonica, tenor saxophone and self-made pipes using a technique of circulating breaths. It’s a short concept album suggestively referring to frenzied and ritual dances, as if taken out of distressing, dystopian visions of the future.
Robert Knuth – called the éminence grise of Polish-German art. Saxophonist, filmmaker, photographer, creator of performances and happenings. Leader of bands: Paul Pozozza Museum, Mary Lolo and Santa Rakieta, member of many music projects, among others, Diffusion Ensamble and Knuth, Mazzoll & Arhythmic Memory. His art works are exhibited within the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, National Musem in Wrocław and in Poznań. Knuth has lived and worked in Leipzig since 2008.
Robert Knuth - pipes, harmonica, tenor sax
Music written and performed by Robert Knuth
Recorded and mixed by Bartłomiej Zajkowski
Mastered by Michał Kupi....... more