Would you have remembered? With the debut album of the 32-year-old Warszawian, "Téchnè", Cocoon Recordings has released the first artist album ever on the label six years ago, at that from an artist who was not well-known to a large extent back then. This has changed fundamentally: with his releases on his own label Recognition as well as on Trapez or Klang Elektronik, Sienkiewicz belongs to those ambassadors of modern individual electronic dance music who set benchmarks. This is also his demand with the two tracks on “My little place”, meanwhile his fourth release for Cocoon Recordings. While the over-heated "My little place" re-interprets the credo of Dub with polyrhythmic elements, delays and echo in an somehow unfamiliar way, “COM-BAT” carries on Sienkiewicz' tradition of putting hypnotic sound evocations close to the ten-minute mark. With intensive melancholy, the percussive bass rotor of "COM-BAT" creates a bewitched hymn for sunrises somewhere in between the urban desperation of Detroit, the atmosphere of after hours and balearic bliss.