The Very Polish Cut Outs Sampler Vol.1

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After the release of our 7 inch last year – we decided to do another step by putting out some of the finest edits in the series on vinyl. So we can proudly present to you THE VERY POLISH CUT-OUTS SAMPLER VOL.1 which contains tracks from the POLISH EDITS EP#8 by Ptaki (side A) and the POLISH EDITS #6 by Maciek Sienkiewicz. The vinyl is limited to 400 copies and will be sold worldwide at various record stores like Juno, Piccadilly (UK), Oye Records (Germany), Japonica (Japan) and some others. Below you will find the note we sent out to all the record stores.

After storming the charts in 2012 with mysterious 7” championed by Todd Terje and many others, Zambon & Kapsa – the guys from The Very Polish Cut Outs are back with more goods!

Following the successful debut, they bring us a delicious 12” release with four amazing edits based on obscure Polish records from the 80s.

A-side is curated by Ptaki, a mysterious duo hailing from Warsaw. Ptaki (which means birds in Polish) fly high and want to keep their true identity under the radar. Nevertheless, they serve two amazing cuts here, both based on obscure Polish jazzfunk. “Krystyna” is the choice cut, with its infectious vocal hook and irresistible groove. “Marek” is a piece of wonderful Balearic slow house with rich rhythm and crazy synth action in the middle.

B Side comes from Maciek Sienkiewicz, one of the finest purveyors of Balearic grooves in Poland. Two tracks served here wouldn’t sound out of place in Alfredo’s set. “Song For Mohindar” is the lead track, with its ethereal new-age atmospherics and exotic instrumentation. “Syntetyczna Kobieta Lux” is an electronic burner that you may (or may not) know from last year’s TVPC Beats In Space show.

All tracks were carefully mastered and pressed on fat and loud 12″ to maximize your pleasure of discovering forgotten gems from Poland’s rich musical past.

This record comes in a lush sleeve, designed by one of the most talented young Polish designers.

Already gaining support from Eddie C, Soft Rocks, Coyote, Phil South, The Project Club, Rune Lindbaek, Sleazy Beats..to name a few… What’s not to love?

 

 

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