Press kit

Notka po polsku

Uncarnate, czyli niepokojące dźwięki z pogranicza dark/synth/pop/industrial.
Uncarnate to pragnienie odrobiny magii w tym ograniczonym prawami materii, przemijania i entropii, smutnym jak pizda świecie. Poznali się pijani na festiwalu Castle Party i jakoś poszło. Odtąd głęboki głos Wojtka rozbrzmiewa na tle zimnych elektrobeatów.

Uncarnate tworzą: Wojciech Jarzębak — wokalista, twórca tekstów, marzycielski kompozytor i Adam Radziszewski (udzielający się też w Orbicide) — producent, architekt brzmień, kompozytor i miłośnik dysonansu.
Zespół zadebiutował w grudniu 2015, wydając EP-kę “Weak protein life”, zawierającą pięć oryginalnych kompozycji i cztery remiksy wykonane przez artystów z różnych części globu. Od czasu wydania EP-ki zespół uzbroił się w nowe kompozycje, które ujrzały światło dzienne na koncertach we Wrocławiu i Krakowie.

http://facebook.com/uncarnate
htp://uncarnate.org

Short bio

Uncarnate is a young Polish act floating between futurepop, electro-industrial and dark wave. In December 2015 the band released their first mini-album “Weak protein life”, bringing together cold modern beats and deep, melodic vocals. The release also contains four diversified remixes made by known and renowned bands from various corners of the globe.
The band’s recognisable sound results from the clash of harmonic phrases and vocals of Wojciech Jarzębak and cold electronic machinery operated by Adam Radziszewski. Since April 2017 Uncarnate is playing live gigs.

Longer bio

Uncarnate is a Polish duo delivering dark electronic music with compelling melodies, deep vocals and cold pulsating beats. The musicians prove that you can have a modern danceable song without falling prey to cheap dance-floor clichés. The compositions bear a sense of anxiety hiding under catchy phrases.
The duo consists of Wojciech Jarzębak, the vocalist, lyricist, composer and an aficionado of MIDI guitar controllers, and Adam Radziszewski, credited for production, sound design, composition and an affinity towards disharmony (a side effect of playing in a dark electro band named Orbicide).
In December 2015 the band released “Weak protein life” EP containing five original compositions and four diversified remixes. In the material one may find traces of inspiration by legendary European acts such as Covenant, Laibach, Project Pitchfork, Rotersand.
Also, Uncarnate made three compilation appearances: “Homesick” appeared on “Elektro Villain 004” (UK), “Singularity” was featured on Mechanized Records’ Freak Machine 0.3 (Ecuador) and “Homesick” remixed by Mexican industrial artist Exemia has been picked by the renowned Side-Line team (Belgium) for the third instalment of their signature Face the Beat compilation.
In April 2017 the band have played their first gig in Wrocław, Poland.

The duo aren’t exactly newbies either. Adam has experience in producing disharmonic and ominous sounds for the dark electro act Orbicide, both in studio and on stage. Wojciech has been behind several rock bands and brings a sense of harmony into the band’s music.
Side-Line Music Magazine

Uncarnate has some good ideas and for sure, we will keep an eye on them!
Peek-a-Boo Magazine

Logo and pictures

Band logo
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“Weak protein life” album cover

Cover of “Weak protein life” EP (December 2015)
Cover of “Weak protein life” EP (December 2015)

Band photos
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Music and videos for embedding

Weak protein life on Bandcamp

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Videos

Contact

uncarnate.band@gmail.com

http://facebook.com/uncarnate
http://uncarnate.org

Adam Radziszewski: +48 664 744 600

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