Surreal paintings, imaginative wanderings, abandoned spaces, are among the myriad inspirations that attract Polish ambient producer Nasoshnik.
Most important of all is nature. Plants, trees, forests and birds all stake their claim on his haunting yet paradoxically uplifting organic-to-synthetic work. Along the walls in a countryside abode you'll find a longbodied cellar spider, also known as the skull spider.
In Polish, this is translated, "Nasoshnik." In the latest web of songs, spun into an EP, by the enterprising ambient musician, you'll continually be presented with ideas rooted in the plant kingdom.
The vegetative approach delivered the contemplative title track Butterbur Field. It designs a silent land of mystery allowing you to completely forget the XXI century world in an instant.
Or consider Dandelions… Are for this? Don't you want to fly away like them? Hawthorn should keep your heart strong and warm. The Fern Flower... This is a composition that begs the listener to play an intense game of psychic hide-and-seek. What will you find?