Polish musician Jacek Sienkiewicz is set to release his next album this June, through his own Recognition imprint.

Originally from Warsaw, Sienkiewicz has been active in releasing music since the early ’00s. His next album, Hideland, comes a year after the techno-oriented Drifting, and looks set to be a more experimental work. The album will be his seventh solo full-length, and is set to drop via his own label, Recognition, which has been running since 2000, and has mainly been used as an outlet for his own work, as well as the likes of Max LoderbauerAtom™ and Etiop.

Hideland is set for release on June 24. Check out one of the cuts from the album below.