Michał Lewicki “One”
Michał Lewicki‘s upcoming Ton album for Project: Mooncircle is the result of an uncoventional production […]
Michał Lewicki‘s upcoming Ton album for Project: Mooncircle is the result of an uncoventional production process. A Polish artist who is said to have “always been searching for new ways to implement mathematics into his music,” Lewicki (who also produces under the name Deam) initially began building his LP by making use of a variety of MIDI generators, MIDI delays, polyrhythms, pitch shifters, scales, and more in order to create generative sequences that would supply different results with every pass. From that base, Lewicki edited and arranged the results, adding extra instrumentation as his mathematically rooted pieces began to take shape. “One” is, well, one of the 11 resulting productions which Lewicki has deemed fit for Ton (out on March 3), and—as we suspect the rest of his LP is too—the track is not bogged down by its technically minded beginnings, instead the somewhat somber tune is instilled with the kind of unpredictable movement that gently begs for the listener’s attention, keeping us leaning ever closer in to see if there are in fact any patterns we can actually wrap our heads around.