During the quarantine, Michał Limboski organizes a concert from his home Berlin studio
Limboski grew out of American rock song sources. As a fan of analog recording, he has thoroughly explored the roots of blues and folk, and is currently developing these inspirations in his own style. In 2010, he recorded the album Cafe Brumba with pub ballads, which was promoted by the song “Song for a Married Woman” forgotten by many. A sudden turn towards lo-fi and blues aesthetics was marked by _Tribute to Georgie Buck, who won him a Fryderyk 2012 nomination. In the meantime, he appeared on Polsat’s television show Must be the music - the performance of the song Black Otello secured him a place in the semi-finals. In 2016, he released the album One Man Madness. That same year, in October, his latest album _ In the grass premiered. And other young ones, whose patron became the Third Program of Polish Radio.
The stream will be available on the artist's Facebook profile.