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Polygrim is the glitchy, vibrant and emotive electronic project of Ukrainian musician Volodymyr Dzitsiuk. By mixing synthesized and live elements, Polygrim shares inspiring stories packed in fragile melodies, fractured rhythms and saturated atmospheres. All the parts are combined into worrying and touchy electronica music, walking the edges of downtempo, idm and future hip-hop.

Polygrim was founded in late 2014. New yet aspiring artist, he thinks of music writing as the best way of sharing love with the world.

Polygrim – “Descent”

POLYGRIM is back with his sophomore six-track EP titled “Descent”. This time around, producer Volodymyr Dzitsiuk has refined his sound to build a solidified and detailed representation of moments in his life. Using synthesizers to create hovering bass and delicate floating tones, fragments of percussion and thick driving beats, “Descent” takes you on a voyage. POLYGRIM says, “I am teaching myself to be grateful for every single moment and aware that everyone has their own descent, which makes you drop the unnecessary and keep up with what you truly love. This became the background to this recording, which perhaps has a saudade sound to it: a bit melancholic but at the same time optimistic, slightly nostalgic yet liberating, highly detailed but not without its organic flaws and hesitations.”

Polygrim – “Pivot”

he debut EP “Pivot” tells about the greatest powers keeping our world afloat. It contains seven dynamic, melodic and sometimes moody tracks. This work is a blend of touchy motifs, vintage bass lines, foley sounds and massive frames of rhythms.

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“Based out of Kyiv, Ukraine, Polygrim mixes synthesized and live elements that share inspiring stories packed in fragile melodies, fractured rhythms and saturated atmospheres. All the parts are combined into worrying and touchy electronica music, walking the edges of downtempo, idm and future hip-hop. Polygrim was founded in late 2014.

Indie Underground’s favourite track on “Pivot” is probably “Minimoon Voyager”, followed-up closely by the entire Pivot album.” – Indie Underground

“Memories That Hurt perfectly shows off Polygrim’s skills. It neatly delivers on two levels. One is a hazy and dreamlike synthesizer odyssey, layered with rich pads and warbling leads, the other compelling future R&B beats and rolling basslines. The result is very a Röyksopp-esque symphony sound. Memories That Hurt is quite the narrative composition, laying out a story as it’s densely packed arrangement unfurls. Definitely one to check out if your a lover of chilled synthesizer music.” – Electronic Rumors

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