Vega - Wormsongs : art001
"one walks away from this project with a sacral feeling."
Monsieur Délire - France

Glowicka & Walentynowicz - Red Sun : br1022
"55 minutes of mind-captivating music for piano and computer."
Concertzender - NL

Glowicka - Seven Sonnets : art003
"Glowickas style, her nonconformist handling of electronic possibilities and idiosyncratic, not complacency seeking harmonies, are clearly visible in the 50-minute, highly recommended cycle."
Culturmag - Germany

Vega - Wormsongs : art001
"Both his minimal sounds, as well as vocal levels are determined by the granulation process, whether by computer or by diction moving in fast flickering and soft flowing blocks. Vega is interested in the machine, creating a musical language where lyrical movement is replaced by automated methods."
DE:Bug - Germany

Glowicka - Seven Sonnets : art003
"with extraordinary strength of conviction Glowicka manages to take us into the century of Shakespeare, and that without sounding stuffy or overly intellectual."
Rifraf Magazine - Belgium

Vega - Stream Machines : art002
"...where computer and recorder wondrously twist around filaments of harpsichord and viola da gamba by the Roentgen Connection, the tuning of a scanner and the sequential decryption of grabbed data on the four parts of Scanner Quartet - really impressive the interaction between electronic elements and the strings by The Ragazze Quartet on the first movement"
Chain D.L.K. - Italy

Glowicka & Walentynowicz - Red Sun : br1022
"they weave magic with an ear for spatial awareness and Red Sun is a peculiar affair that is surprisingly engaging for all its moments of solitude. More often than not the listener is left with a wall of silence and the real beauty is in the anticipation of ghostly apparitions that glide, reverberated through a misty haze..."
Blackaudio - Tony Young

Glowicka & Walentynowicz - Red Sun : br1022
"hallucinatory experience, ranging from soothing to dramatic nervous, from hushed to frantic. The sound of the piano really never fades from view, but fortunately, because that is in all aspects exciting and fascinating. Nicely balanced."
Gonzo Circus - Belgium

Vega - Wormsongs : art001
"Im arriving at the conclusion that Henry Vega is a very abstemious miniaturist, one who distills his musical output with as much care as a chemist of the 17th century. If your expecting a sort of post-modern operatic soprano, she's actually much less stiff than that; she's very adept at holding on to a monotone and working the note into the ground, as she twists her tongue around some very spiky syllables with ease"
The Sound Projector - UK

Vega - Stream Machines : art002
"this is a chiming, busy, work (Izumi) that shimmers and pulses, slowly resolving from it's abstract opening into complex patterns of tone and sound that I can only describe as beautiful."
The Sound Projector - UK

Glowicka - Seven Sonnets : art003
"Glowicka forges a rarefied spiritual atmosphere with her choral delivery [...in the Seven Sonnets]"
Aural Aggravation

Glowicka & Walentynowicz - Red Sun : br1022
"Exacting musical intelligence"
RTE National Radio - Ireland

Vega - Wormsongs : art001
"Here we find a vocal stuttering, a sort of gibberish where a series of hardly decipherable words are emitted, winning us over. Everything seems driven by the vocal automatisms, though certain traditional instruments also peek out, such as piano, violins and various percussion - elements that support the strong musicality of the experience."
Neural - Germany

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