Ślepcy were a Polish breakcore duo comprising P.Qrek (Piotr Kurek) and Desper (Marcin Stefańskiing), whose music blended apocalyptic distorted breakbeats with components of jazz, bombastic Wagnerian opera, and horror soundtracks. Much like artists such as for example Nomex, Aphasic, and DJ Scud, their function blurred the collection between breakcore/jungle and severe noise, producing a few of the most terrifying, bleak music of the first 21st hundred years. Amidst all of the jackhammer beats and tense strings, their function nonetheless experienced a little bit of playfulness to it, especially on their later on function. The duo debuted in 2000 using the Absent Opera EP released by kool.POP, followed in 2001 from the incredible And Again EP on DJ Scud and Aphasic’s Ambush label. This is adopted in 2003 by way of a break up EP with I:Gor on Noize Creator’s Suburban Garbage Sectors. In 2006, Ślepcy released a full-length recording titled WE HAVE BEEN the Newest Fight Versions on Jason Forrest’s Dick Rock and roll Disco label. The recording was considerably brighter and much less punishing than their earlier releases, but nonetheless presented a biting love of life, as evidenced by songs such as for example “I’m Therefore Fucking DJ Friendly.” The duo’s track “Super T” made an appearance on a break up 7″ solitary with Karl Marx Stadt (Christian Gierden of German breakcore duo Culture Suckers) released by Alphacute/Hirntrust Grind Mass media in ’09 2009. Since 2009, Piotr Kurek provides released many well-received albums of experimental/electro-acoustic music under his very own name, including produces on Digitalis, Crónica, and Dark Sweat Records.