Best Fail Compilation
"Lots of wonderful things exist only because a weird accident occurred at some point. And that led to the appearance of beautiful animals, plants, kind figures," says Wojtek Kucharczyk. All these accidents at work made him create the "Best Fail Compilation" album. Why? Because the failed may often be the fabulous. He had not planned putting out anything new and yet he didn't stop recording music. He made up Bank Account -- a bandcamp playlist that grows larger and larger week by week. Realizing a complete form speaks louder, he prepared an extract of his virtual Bank Account, and enriched it -- and this is how his latest album was created. Best Fail Compilation is some sort of peculiar and dirty energy, multi-layered electronic music full of turning points, oddities and haunted sounds. It's a perfect soundtrack for those willing to dig through civilization's garbage in search of sound gems. "My intention was to break away from The Complainer legacy or to come full circle -- in other words, to go back to some previous ideas, but to develop them in a different, more mature and technically better way," the artist claims. Thanks to his effort, a failure has never sounded so successful. Wojtek Kucharczyk is a musician, designer, community artist, founder of unclassifiable music label Mik Musik, co-founder of Mołr Drammaz, The Complainer & The Complainers, Retro*Sex*Galaxy, Pathman, and HWDJazz. He has made several dozen albums, exhibitions and plenty of unconventional, startling projects. His exhibitions have been presented in many different and exotic parts of the world such as Moscow, Minsk, Tel Aviv, Paris, London, New York, Miami and Mexico. He lives in Skoczów, Poland.