i would totally enjoy saying “i told you so” if i ever did before our friendship ended. but i didn’t because you are a weak, completely delusional person who refuses anything but emotional fluff to your ego. i hope you eventually figure that out.
The mix was recorded with the use of analogue records exclusively. Moreover, it is available in a form of a nicely packed, 50 copies limited CD. The cover art was created by Radek Drutis known for his cooperation with Stones Throw Records. The mix in both digital form and a physical copy is available for free, “for promotional use only, not for sale”. To get it, just write a message to email@example.com. The offer is valid on the first come first serve basis.
“Wandering Constellations” is basically a trip throughout the music of the seventies. Jacek Furtak has skillfully mixed broadly-defined Polish jazz and funk music along with different sounds coming from various places on the map of Europe. The mix is also enriched with some new tracks from labels such as Strut or Now-Again. Let us take a look at the author himself: Joteff is a promoter, record collector and a DJ, previously co-responsible for Basmentalism Poland project. He’s been publishing in magazines such as Klan Magazyn, Hiro, Hip Hop Magazyn, Polska The Times. Once having his broadcast in Warsaw’s Jazz Radio, now he’s engaged in a sociomusical project called Jazzmentalism. Here’s a short manual from Jacek:
“I suggest taking a seat in a comfy armchair, along with a bottle of red wine, and listen…”
What else can I say? Just grab some fine kush and you’re ready to go on a trip through the constellation.