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Polish duo Skalpel channeled the influence of the homeland’s wealthy jazz traditions to their very own contemporary digital sound. DJs/companies Marcin Cichy and Igor Pudlo initial teamed in Wroclaw, Poland, in 1998. Employed in digital anonymity, Skalpel shortly started assembling the to begin their Eastern Western european fusion-inspired cut-and-paste mosaics by sampling traditional LPs from performers including Krzysztof Komeda, Tomasz Stanko, as well as the Novi Sisters, spending a few months and also years searching for the right noises to complete every individual monitor. In 2000 Pudlo interviewed Ninja Melody label musician DJ Vadim for the Polish hip-hop newspaper Klan. Immediately after, Vadim asked Skalpel to tour Poland along with his Russian Percussion ensemble, and after time for Wroclaw the duo released their debut CD-R, Polish Jazz. Despite limited distribution, the discharge was the main topic of rapturous acclaim and in 2001 Ninja Melody extended an archive offer. Skalpel spent another 3 years focusing on its self-titled debut LP, gaining evaluation to jazz symbols Mls Davis and Herbie Hancock with the outcome. Konfusion implemented in 2007.

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Full Name Skalpel
Height 190 m
Music Songs Konfusion, Ninjazz, Theme From "Behind the Curtain", If Music Was That Easy, Sculpture, 1958, Wonderland in Alice, Not Too Bad, Salvadanio, Test Drive, Voice of Reason, Break In, The Fairy Tale From a Dusty Crate, The Dream of the Sleepless Man, So Far, Flying Officer, Newly Arrived from Poland, Sound Garden, Asphodel, Saragossa, Shivers, Low, Hiperbole, Siesta, Seaweed, High, Together, Break Out, Simple, Transit, Snow, Laboratorium
Albums Konfusion, Skalpel, Transit, 1958 Breaks, Simple, Polish Jazz EP, 1958, Break Out, Simple EP, Sculpture

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