The music duet BNNT is considered a tribe, a herd and an art group.
Now, the tribe turns out to be more complex than the duo we know.
The group changes its structure by leaving the control
in the hands of other musicians who use very different sound languages.
They were asked to take over the name BNNT
for a series of releases and concerts.
In the history of music we had to deal with serious lineup changes
of bands still treated as a coherent organism.
Now BNNT changes its line-up in such different configurations
as the solo cello project (Resina), electronic music with a club background (Sienkiewicz) or solo guitar project of Patrick Higgins (Zs).
The results of this experiment have already been observed on the stage several times,
now the band starts with a series of releases.
Between July and October BNNT repeatedly re-releases their last album.
Each subsequent re-edition of the Multiverse is another layer of the “parallel universe” - a different vision of this well-received album.
That might cause confusion in the Discogs database, as those versions were recorded
in different places, times, lineups and instrumentarium.
"Ceci n'est pas une pipe"
released September 6, 2019
Karolina Rec — field recordings, cello, voice, zither, gong
Daniel Szwed — drums
Konrad Smoleński — baritone missile
Mats Gustafsson — baritone saxophone
Additional recordings & production:
Karolina Rec, Igor Nikiforow
Mixed by Rupert Clervaux, Karolina Rec
Mastered by Rupert Clervaux
Front cover text:
Frans de Waal,
Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals
New York, WW Norton & Co, 2016
Graphic design by moonmadness_eu
Di Grotesk font by threedotstype
Resina appears courtesy
of 130701 / FatCat Records