‘‘I can still sense flowers in my mind‘‘ replies a softly distorted voice while tension-increasing drones merge into warm electronic drops and take us benevolently into the song flowers. In his new album Isolated Point, LOUFR creates a ride into diverse atmospheres. Isolated Point is the second album by Polish composer Piotr Bednarczyk under the name LOUFR and his first release the label Digital in Berlin. With elements of club music, IDM, vocal manipulation and noise, he adds a pinch of unreality to everything that seems unambiguous. This ambiguity is deeply rooted in Bednarczyk’s working process, in which he uses acoustic sounds such as those of string instruments as well as the human voice as a starting point for rigorous abstractions and subtle acts of deconstruction. Bednarczyk’s sound oscillates between hope and uncertainty, sometimes in the direction of the future, sometimes in the direction of dystopia: a movement that we want to trace in his live performance between abstract composition, digitally mutated personal thoughts and experimental club music.
LOUFR is Polish composer Piotr Bednarczyk. His music is focused mainly on instrumental electroacoustic and electronic music. In his work he focuses on searching for interesting sound structures using unconventional sound extraction techniques and vocal processing. LOUFR’s stylistic interests revolve around aesthetics of noise, deconstructed club and hyperpop music. He completed composition at the Academy of Music in Wrocław. Currently he is a student of medicine in Warsaw. LOUFR is his solo project, but as a composer he collaborated with ensembles like Ensemble Adapter, Garage Ensemble, Twenty Fingers Duo, Ensemble Kompopolex, Ensemble Synaesthesis, Black Page Ensembles and others.