Poznan native Selvy readies a 12″ release for upstart label, Transatlantyk.
Polish electronic music is building a healthy head of steam at the moment and Berlin-based label owner Zambon has been leading the charge. The Very Polish Cut-Outs gave him a platform to release forgotten gems from various compatriots, but Zambon’s now turned his attention to releasing to fresher sounds from Poland and further afield on the new Transatlantyk imprint.
Following efforts from Naphta and The Phantom (one half of Ptaki), their next release also bumps along to a nautical theme that defines the blossoming label. Lost somewhere between the soundtrack to the imaginary quest for an enchanted Caribbean island and a lazy river cruise through some exotic land, Selvy’s Compass EP also has a hint of the Balearic coursing through its veins.
A breezy contribution to the Transatlantyk arsenal, Selvy’s incoming record fits in seamlessly with the previous two releases. Combining crisp, loping melodies, stripped-back drums and rounded bass tones, it’s a polished and graceful attempt from a producer still finding his feet.
TRNS003 is out in 12″ format on February 24th.