Głós

Ressort Imprint / Flyance Records

Non-Print label head and producer Głós wants to create something outside of the conforming realm of techno. He has already reinvented his early work through his latest album, and his lucid yet straight-to-the-point productions continue to reveal a rarified character.

Głós has made a point out of not following the sometimes linear techno patterns with his artistry. He comes from a band-focused, rock-environment and runs his own label, arranged to be a wildly experimental project. Głós (pronounced “Gwos”) is also in several ways a close contributor to fellow producer Ekserd’s Ressort Imprint label since its start in 2013 – and by this point Głós had already left his native Poland for Berlin. The label website informs you that “’Ressort’ is a German synonym for a journalistic or administrative department”, and that their specific expertise is the dancefloor. Ressort Imprint have released several of Głós’ productions, and features producers such as Array Access, Border One and The Plant Worker regularly – as well as remix work by Cassegrain, Evigt Mörker and Pfirter. Głós’ new platform, his very own label Non-Print, released his debut album “Fem” in September 2018 – marking the exact five year anniversary date of his first EP, “There Is No One Like You” (Ressort Imprint – 2013). The producer describes it as “a collection of re-works and new material without any creative limitations”. “Fem” is presented as one continuous mix – with each of the tracks being available in their own individual entity.

As a producer and performer, Głós’ background, which is a very hands-on analogue way of working (recording for example distorted keyboards and guitars), continues to influence his music. The industrial rawness of these elements are still present in his techno, only now they exist mantled by a softer drone- and ambient-type of layer. Głós portrays filmic scenes in his music. You are surely guided by the kick drum, but the production is spatial – distant rave signals and voices echo in a fantasy-like landscape. His live performances are often of a hybrid of his own work and others. The techno is pure Głós’, but in various parts he manipulates selected ambient pieces, making them his own for his distinctive shows. Again a situation where Głós’ live band-background plays big part.

Fresh of the press is the shared EP ‘The Perfect Moment In Time-Space Continuum” on Polish imprint Unknown Timeline, featuring three of Głós’ productions. Paris’ Flyance Records will at the beginning of 2019 publish the EP “Twenty-Seven Stabs”, backed up by remixes from Błażej Malinowski and VII Circle.

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Performance: Live
Travel: 1 person from Berlin, Germany
Agent: tim@outlined-am.com

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