From Silesia, the coal-mining region of Poland, Natalia Zamilska’s heavy, rhythmic, bass-filled electronics aren’t easy to pigeonhole, oscillating between techno, electronica, world music and noise. She takes inspirations from various sources: the raw sounds of her native Poland, oriental elements and samples from across the globe. Holding the sturdiness of an industrial grinder, her music is pensive yet melodic and trance-like.
Already her tracks have been played on Radio BBC 6 Music by Iggy Pop, Mary Anne Hobbs and Tom Ravenscroft; Nine Inch Nails recommended one of her tracks on their official playlist and recently she stepped into the gaming world and contributed to RUINER (Digital Dragon Award 2018 winner Best Polish Game Soundtrack), which features her music heavily throughout. Her music hit the big screen in Aleksandra Terpińska's short film “The Best Fireworks Ever” (Cannes winner CANAL+ award for short film and the Rail d'Or award) and in documentary “Tourists” for which she composed the entire soundtrack. Both films were screened during various international film festivals. On the small screen her remix of Gazelle Twin’s “Belly of the Beast” was played on the ABC series “How To Get Away With Murder”.
ZAMILSKA is restless in her search for new means of expression, inspirations, and strives for perfection. She keeps the bar high, which makes each new project a bit more interesting than a previous one. Her releases to date are 2014’s LP ‘UNTUNE’ and her 2016 EP ‘UNDONE’. Now, she prepares for her first international full-length release – more details to follow soon.