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Bassist Łukasz Adamczyk holds no boundaries on new EP
(Published: July 20, 2017)

There are artists of many talents, possessing a musical mind that seems to know no boundaries. Łukasz Adamczyk is a composer and multi-instrumentalist who decided to carve his own musical path by working independently in honing his craft.

Adamczyk's new EP, Affirmative, has five tracks that were all creatively planned and executed. Upon hearing it, "Lo" can be compared to an instrumental from Breaking Bad. It is both moody and brimming with intensity, like the slow burn of the desert sun. It is hypnotic in its plucking and strumming. The bass work in this track is spellbinding.

"Fi" has a heavy vibe, and uses a thick melody to produce a
thrilling effect that will be highly appreciated by jazz-rock followers.

"Between in-Between (Original Soundtrack)" actually gives off a psychedelic feel as it makes you explore whatever is beyond that metaphoric wall in front of you. There is a sense of darkness which makes it more effective, and the song has an identity that will leave a lasting mark on its audiences. The dramatic ending also made the song much more beautiful and passionate.

With Affirmative, Adamczyk has made a bold move in taking a big step outside his comfort zone being a session player. He can clearly stand on his own with his original music.

More Information: https://ukaszadamczykmusic.bandcamp.com

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