Jakub Zytecki

Jakub Zytecki, Michal Zytecki


Cracow, Poland


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Hi, I’m Jakub, I’m 24 and I love to make noises in my room. I’ve been fascinated with music as long as I can remember. I started with recording 8 bit tunes from my old NES gaming console on a tape recorder. At the age of 12, I got my first electric guitar and I quickly forgot that anything in the world beside that instrument actually existed.

Jakub Zytecki_002Soon after that, a band ‘DispersE’ came to life, in which I still play in to this very day. During that time, I’ve been searching for my musical identity everywhere I possibly can. I tried to play with as many people as possible, tried to practice 27 hours per day, but most importantly, create music and immerse the secrets of a well written song.

I think that over the years, it’s the last one that I became mostly interested in. A possibility to find a doorway to the human heart by the use of sounds, visuals, or words strikes me the most. Not so long ago, I’ve started releasing solo music under my name to which this site is dedicated. Continue reading →


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DISPERSE inject fresh momentum into the progressive genre. On their second full-length “Living Mirrors” this young Polish band demonstrates that they have learned the essential grammar of their musical language by heart. There are moments of hovering fluidity taken from the void left by PINK FLOYD. You will find the complexities of cascading syncopated breaks, odd-time signatures and all these tools of trade that DREAM THEATER brought close to perfection. And most of all, there is a strong undercurrent of CYNIC’s playful approach in elegantly fusing hard Metal sounds with just any style they deem appropriate ranging from Jazz to electronic elements. Continue reading →


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