Stanislas Miskiewicz is an electronic musician from Lyon. Influenced by his own experience of visual music and sound design, he blends the raw sound of analogue with ethereal atmospheres to paint a succession of sometimes cinematic tableaux that invite us to take an inner journey. Layers of recordings of textures, crackles, crackles and rumblings from all kinds of materials, as well as synthesizers, are stacked around and at the service of the narrative.
On stage, he performs his compositions assisted by a master keyboard and a semi-modular synthesiser. His influences are many, but he cites Apparat for his film music work, and is also drawn to the dark world of Andy Stott, whose harsh rhythms and melancholy melodies he is particularly fond of. In recent months he has also been composing on the basis of texts written for a performance and a contemporary art exhibition on the themes of poison and the seductive aspect of the strange.