OUR ISSUES:

SHOFAR - GOLD OF MALKINIA LP
Mikołaj Trzaska Ircha Clarinet Quartet - Black Bones
POLE - RADOM
WORK - OLBRZYM i KURDUPEL
SHOFAR - DVD
SHOFAR - HA-Huncvot
MIKOŁAJ TRZASKA GRA RÓŻĘ
Mikołaj Trzaska Ircha Clarinet Quartet - Zikaron - Lefanay
Remont Pomp - Złota Platyna
Asunder Trio - The Lamp
Ircha - Mikołaj Trzaska Clarinet Quartet - Watching Edvard
Inner Ear - Breathing Steam
Reed Trio - Last Train To The First Station
Szwelnik / Trzaska - DON'T LEAVE US HOME ALONE
Mikołaj Trzaska - Dom zły/Dark House
Bauer / Brotzmann / Trzaska - Goosetalk
Trzaska / Gasser / Zerang - Nadir & Mahora
Horny Trees
Rogiński / Trzaska / Moretti - Shofar
Mikołaj Trzaska - Kantry
Trzaska / Friis / Uuskyla - Orangeada
North Quartet - Malamute
Trzaska / Wirkus - Noc
Andruchowycz / Trzaska - Andruchoid
Trzaska / Friis / Uuskyla - Unforgiven north
Moretti / Wirkus - na baterie
Mikołaj Trzaska - Danziger Strassenmusik
Ole¶/Trzaska/Ole¶ - La SKETCH up
Tomasz Gwinciński & NonLinear Ensamble - The Moon Music
Ole¶/Trzaska/Ole¶ - Mikro muzik
ŁÓD¬ KALISKA - concert
Mikołaj Trzaska - Pieszo


Our discs are in stores:
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- www.multikulti.com / eng (USD)
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  Andruchowycz / Trzaska - Andruchoid





1. WELCOME TO MY FOOLISH DREAM
2. AND THETHIRD ANGEL SOUNDED
3. CALIFORNIA DREAMING - MP3
4. AND EVERYBODY FUCKS YOU
5. SEVEN-ELEVEN
6. GLORY TO THE CAMELS
7. LIFE IS A LONG SONG
8. INDIA I
9. INDIA II
10. INDIA III
11. INDIA IV
12. INDIA V
13. I WANNA WOMAN
14. BOMBING NEW YORK CITY
15. THE NEWS OF THE WORLD
16. BACK IN USSR
17. WITHOUT YOU-2 - MP3
18. Bonus truck KOZAK JAMAJKA - MP3

All music composed by Andruchowycz/Trzaska/Mazolewski/Moretti
Jurij Andruchowycz - voice
Mikolaj Trzaska - alto saxophone, bass clarinet & harmonica
Wojciech Mazolewski - electric bass & double bass
Macio Moretti - drums, baby keyboard & two rubber pigs
Zo¶ska Golebiowska - flute in truck: 5,14,17

Andruchowycz / Trzaska - Andruchoid
The idea to record an album together, on which Andruchowycz reads his poetry to the music of Mikołaj Trzaska, was born during the artists' journeys through the Ukrainian Karpatian mountains. In autumn 2003, they went in the studio in Lvov. And thus "Andruchoid", a musical - poetic project, was born. It contains several poems by Andruchowycz, read by the author himself, put in musical frames by Mikołaj Trzaska, Wojtek Mazolewski, Macio Moretti and Zosia Gołębiowska. This innovative form, in which a literary work is commented with music, had been successful before - during Mikołaj Trzaska collaboration with the poet Marcin ¦wietlicki and an author, Andrzej Stasiuk. It is an avant garde, non-commercial project which refers directly to the beatnik tradition of the 50's as well as old radio shows.
The album also includes a booklet with poems in original as well as translated by Bohdan Zadura and Jacek Podsiadło.


Jurij Andruchowycz
b. 1960 in Iwano - Frankowsk; a poet, author, essayist, interpreter. He underwent his military service for the Soviet Army. In the period from 1989 to 1991, he studied in Lvov and Moscow. He lives in his hometown. In 1985 he put out his debut poem collection, entitled 'Heaven and Squares'. The following years saw the publication of two consecutive collections of poems - 'The Downtown' (1989) and 'Exotic Birds and Plants' (1991), as well as three novels: 'Recreations'(1992), Moscoviada (1993) and "Perversion'(1996). In the 1980's, together with Wiktor Nieborak and Oleksandr Irwanec, he formed Bu-Ba-Bu, a poetic group, the poetic - musical actions of which, at the same time lyrical and mocking, conveyed the flow of political and creative freedom. Andruchowycz is the co-editor (with Jurij Izdryk) of the "Czetwer" periodical.






A record by Jurij Andruchowycz and Mikołaj Trzaska entitled Andruchoid is out now. The album contains poems by Jurij Andruchowycz, an outstanding Ukrainian poet and writer and music by Mikołaj Trzaska, Wojtek Mazolewski and Macio Moretti.