Soviet Glam Rock
Legenda Zygmunt Blask (Polish for The Legend of Zygmunt Blask) tells the story of Polish glam rock star Zygmunt Blask in a rock opera. The album transports us to communist Poland in the 1970s, evoking questions about the socio-political situation in the country today.
Jemek’s 4th studio album marks the conclusion of his Polish triology, following the releases TEKKNO POLO (2013) and wróg publiczny no. 1 (2016).
released September 29, 2021
Immediately after his 10 years anniversary, Jemek converts to Satanism . With his third studio production Das Satanische Album (German for the satanic album) he creates an punk sermon with impulsive dance beats. This work of the devil was released in December 2018 on Cleopatra Records (LA, cleorecs.com) and Reverend Campanelli Records (Berlin, andreasscherffig.de) on all known streaming platforms and 180gr SUPER HEAVY SATANIC VINYL.
SATAN IS COMING
666 > PARTY
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Belle Copelin – You Don’t Care About Us
lyrics/music by Placebo
arranged by Belle and me
we made a couple of love songs certain time ago – more tba <3
AFD CDU DIE LINKE
New Ausländerbehörde™ video out now!
Iden- Iden- Identitär
I am really proud to drop today my big 2017’s project called Ausländerbehörde and premiere our video for our first single “Identitär”. The Identitäre Bewegung is a white nationalist movement … *wikipedia* We were so obsessed and fascinated about them, they deserve an athem. Voila! So who in hell is AUSLÄNDERBEHÖRDE? It’s Mohammad Abu Hajar from Tartous, Syria, and me – Jemek from Gdynia, Poland.
We were announced already for a show back in August on berlin’s Pop Kultur Festival 2017 that Abu Hajar (along with 7 other acts) boycotted according to a festivals partnership with the embassy of Israel. You might know I played on that festivals substitutional and did my Jemek Jemowit Best Of Gala™. I am really happy Mohammad and me found back together with respect to our decisions on boycott and non-boycott.
With his EP wróg publiczny no. 1 (Polish for public enemy no. 1) Jemek Jemowit takes position in four songs on the current political and social situation in Poland. Jemowit describes the EP as a “radical continuation” of his miniature TEKKNO POLO, published in 2013 by Oficyna Biedota: Unpatriotic and anti-polish. The protest songs were recorded at Nadel Eins Studio with one half of Jeans Team Franz Schütte. In 2020 Reverend Campanelli Records re-released a vinyl edition among TEKKNO POLO.
MC Doktor Dres
With Jemek Jemowit is Doktor Dres Jemek moves between old school rap, southern trap and EBM, congenially mixed by the notorious hardcore and techno veteran Marc Acardipane. The anarchic-dadaistic and sometimes very explicit lyrics are formulated by the “post-patriotic” Jemowit in Polish, the language of his parents, and in German, the language of the country in which he grew up, studied and still lives today. The front cover illustration by Lithuanian artist Shaltmira is based on a photography made in Berlin-Gropiusstadt, the district where Jemowit grew up.
Tekkno Polo combines elements of the post-communist and as “simple” music discredited Disco Polo sound with contemporary varieties of electronic music such as EBM, ACID and New Beat. In his Polish lyrics Jemek Jemowit deals with current social and everyday cultural topics of today’s Poland – not without keeping an ironic maintaining distance. For the record release, the Polish indie label Oficyna Biedota is releasing a limited tape version of the new songs. In 2020 Reverend Campanelli Records released a remastered vinyl edition among wróg publiczny no. 1.
Jemek Jemowit’s debut album Zemsta (Polish for Vengeance) was released in 2011 by the Greek label Fabrika Records. Beats produced with the legendary Groovebox MC-303, and with R’n’R, Acid House and EBM, add up to an explosive mix of Electrosound. The music and lyrics are drawn by alove-hate relationship to his Polish roots.