Lakeshore Records just released Wojciech Golczewski’s second solo album END OF TRANSMISSION.
Available Digitally on September 9th
Polish Film and TV composer, Wojciech Golczewski, delivers his second solo album End of Transmission hot on the heels of his first, Reality Check, which debuted in August. Blending his knowledge of film scoring and modern electronica he created an alluring musical collection that takes the listener on a metaphorical rocketship through space. Golczewski says, “End of Transmission is about minimal approach and maximum effect of clean sound travelling through space. It’s made entirely with only Minimoog and VSTi Emulator software. I tried not to overcomplicate things although it somehow feels cinematic not unlike my film scores.” End of Transmission comes out digitally tomorrow on Lakeshore Records.
Born in 1980, Wojciech Golczewski is a self-taught composer who began writing music in his teenage years.  Though he studied fine arts, both at an arts high school and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, he decided to focus his professional efforts entirely on music.
 Golczewski’s musical career started in the European demoscene, an art subculture where artists show off their programming and musical skills. Following a career in composing for video games including PlayStation 3 titles like Linger in Shadows and Datura, the composer scored his first feature film with Eraser Children, an Australian sci-fi. His other recent scores include the Norwegian thriller Dark Souls, the Icelandic crime thriller City State and the werewolf film Late Phases and last year’s WE ARE STILL HERE, which was nominated for the Fangoria Chainsaw Award, and 400 DAYS, the soundtrack of which was also released by Lakeshore Records.