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Bartłomiej Kuźniak & Thomas Mahomoud ***pre-release***

Rythm & Voice – performed and recorded by Thomas Mahmoud
Bass & Saxophones – performed and recorded by Bartłomiej Kuźniak
High Definition Mixing & Mastering by Bartłomiej Kuźniak @

We played together for the first time in 2014 during the Avant Art festival, where our bands The Nest and 2g performed. As a duo M-F-X + B333 and soloists, we performed in 2017 at the New Horrizons film festival. We later prepared a number of joint recordings, but apart from two videoclips, we never published them, wanting to do so durring our peformances in 2022.

During the pandemic, we developed hours of music designed for spatial multi-channel installations. We dream about organizing a series of such performances all over Europe. 

The very last work with the music of Kuźniak & Mahmoud duo was presented in October 2021 on Moabit. Video below by Eva Pisana.

The developed music is accompanied by the films in which the artificial neural network “guesses” the images between the frames, creating a very surreal narrative corresponding to the music we have created. The following video in progress was made by Bartłomiej Kuźniak.

Thomas Mahmoud

Born in 1977, Thomas Mahmoud is a Berlin based cross-disciplinary artist – musician, sound designer, performer, author and radioplay producer.

Since stepping down as the singer with Cologne based band Von Spar (L’age d’or, Tomlab), he has pursued his interests in deconstructing sounds, using analogue and digital tools to work with textures and field recordings. His installation and sound design work is renowned, not least his 48-hour opera with the Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop or his work with choreographer Kat Válastur at the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens.

Many musicians eras­e mis­takes – sta­tic pro­duced by tan­gled wires between the instru­ment and the ampli­fier painstak­ingly fil­tered-out, the ran­dom record­ing mis­takes deleted and corrected, until every­thing is pleas­antly plain. Oth­ers work with the waste of these pro­ce­dures, with the dis­pens­able, the sonic trash. This is how Mahmoud works. He lis­tens closely and grabs the hiss and the hum, not the tone, of a thick bass string. He samples the breath­ing, not the voice, of his favourite singers.

A collaborator by instinct, Mahmoud has worked with the likes of Can Khan Oral, Michael Wertmüller, Mouse on Mars, Birds Of Death, Jammin’ Unit, Dr Walker, Marcus Schmickler and many more. “Univorm” is his most recent multimedia project, in collaboration with visual artist Stefan Fähler.

Boomkat Product Review:

Berlin’s Thomas Mahmoud takes a fair leap from the twee pop of Von Spar into proper, abstract sound design with absorbing results for The Tapeworm. RIYL Marcus Schmickler, Cam Deas, Kevin Drumm

Thomas Mahmoud on IMDB.

Bartłomiej Kuźniak aka B333 – composing multi-instrumentalist, studio-man, dreamer.

He recorded over 40 albums with many bands ranging from minimalistic contemporary chamber music, electronic avant-guard, somnambulist bass hypnosis to oniric post-techno designed for futuristic dancefloors – with octophonic high definition deep, spacey and psycho-active sound.

Owner of, mastering engineer, music producer, author and co-author of videos dedicated to music, researcher sharing media in open source library.

Currently working in parallel on Gallery of the Art of Sound (where discrete 8-channel 3D octophonic ultra high resolution field recordings will be presented), solo party project called B333 and in duo with Thomas Mahmoud.

> Selection of Bartłomiej Kuźniak’s works.

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