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Different Marks is a collaborative project between Martin Dawson (King Roc,
Two Armadillo), Grzegorz Demiañczuk and Voitek Tarañczuk (Catz N' Dogz).
Meeting through their overlapping, close-knit circle of friends, the three
connected instantly. From their first studio session it was clear there was a
strong working, as well as personal, chemistry; a relationship that was deeply
rooted in music.
Drawing upon each members’ idiosyncratic approach to writing, and through
their shared work ethic of making the flow of each track paramount, the three
worked fluidly together, with no boundaries, and no over-thinking.
On 12th November last year, Martin unexpectedly passed away. The album was completed shortly before his tragic
Speaking about the project in his own intimate account, Voitek remembers how, “suddenly, this whole world, an
unexplored territory, had opened up to us; one that seemed, on one hand, ultimately familiar, and on the other, totally
new...Martin had started to play guitar again, Greg was digging through his old record collection looking for new inspiration, and
all those years I spent in choir started to come in very useful. Working on this project became addictive, and for those few
months we put everything else on hold (even giving up writing our solo albums and EPs) because being in this small studio,
together, meant the world to us.”
The album itself features a sample of some of the most talented singers and songwriters around who manage to
perfectly compliment the productions, including Ben Westbeech, Paul Randolph, James Yuill, and Cari Golden amongst
Each individual sense, experience, idea and influence has been invested into this project by everyone involved, and
each of those elements, in turn, has been fused together by the music, the love and the three of them, together.
For more information about the album, its creation and story behind it, please contact Tailored Communication.
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