Fischerle’s "α-ribbon" is also a peculiar summary. The album dusts off and smooths out dub techno and hip-hop in creased places, creating a dense network of lines confusingly similar resembling a map. And although we do not find its equivalent in any contemporary atlases seen, it is obviously a version of Africa. Dark, futuristic and deliriously vibrating.
Mateusz Wysocki (alias Fischerle) - for several years has been breaking genre frames and arranging them into his own multi-layered sound substance. His music was published by countless Polish and foreign labels such as Outlines, Astral Spirits, Wounded Knife, Where To Now?, Monotype Records, Czaszka Records or Pointless Geometry. Fischerle productions are supple constructions flowing in details, shimmering like gems embedded in massive spatial basses. He collaborates with Michał Wolski (Mech), Łukasz Kacperczyk (Bouchons d'Oreilles), Lech Nienartowicz (Porcje Rosołowe) and Krzysztof Ostrowski (Ifs). Also, the author of two children's books, short films and audiovisual installations.