Discography of Ireneusz Socha:
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|2||Sen Wczorajszy||9||1989||BN.exp. Krakow|
Born in 1964 in Debica, Poland. Musician, music reviewer, translator. Musically active since the mid-Eighties. The mastermind behind Kirkut-Koncept (1986-1990) a group performing original compositions bordering on rock song, cabaret, ethnic music and experimental. Took part in many other avangarde Polish groups of the Eighties such as Przestrzenie (art songs, music theatre), Na Przyklad (group improvisation) and Hiena (postindustrial). In the Nineties, started co-operation with pianist Piotr Czerny ["Microaudioplays" (CD) Soror Mystica 1998] and began a solo career by self-releasing a series of home-burned CDR's such as "With/Without" (featuring Barbara Socha, Joane Hétu, Marek Choloniewski and Boleslaw Blaszczyk), "KITS" (with Tomasz Krakowiak) and "Najduchy - Porzadek: Chaos" (with the famous Polish poet Jacek Podsiadlo). Writes music reviews for the Krakow based "Studium" art and literature bi-monthly as well as for Terra.pl music service. Translated into Polish Chris Cutler's "File Under Popular" (O muzyce popularnej) [Wydawnictwo Zielona Sowa 1999].