giovedì 17 ottobre 2013


Despite having lasted just one album and a couple of singles, Klaus Mitffoch was probably the most important band ever emerged from Wrocław. After their break-up, Lech Janerka (singer and bass player) started his solo career with this album, which also marked the Nowa Fala movement (I can't find any information about sales, but three songs reached the LP3 top-10 and today it is considered a classic). 

While "Historia Podwodna" is still post-punk, it sounds richer than Klaus Mitffoch's, expecially for the use of an electrified cello, played by Lech's wife Bożena Janerka, and for the peculiar saxophone of Tomasz Pierzchalski
Guitars are also heavily treated and the structure of many songs hides unexpected twists.
If you like adventurous music which doesn't deny infectious tunes, this can be your album.

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