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HATI

"Hati is a musical project based on acoustic instrument sounding. The instruments we use are acoustic, namely traditional (ethnic) accoustic instruments and hand-made instruments or objects not necessarily meant for creating music which produce interesting sounds. The instruments are made of metal, wood, leather and stone. We also use electronical equipments. Key words for us are: trance, rhythm and sound." [Hati website info]



Album Format Label & Cat. Number Description Year Price (incl. 19% VAT)  
Genius Loci CD-R ETER etcdr 02 numbered ed. 2003 €10.00
Music for metal idiophones CD-R ETER ETCDR 01 numbered ed. 2003 €10.00
Zero Coma Zero CD-R Nefryt N013 oversized cardboard / gatefold cover, professionally printed / gold-coloured / lim.-numbered 250 copies 2005 €12.00
Recycled Magick Emissions mCD-R Malachit M 009 lim./ numb. 121 copies / professional cover & jewel-case box 2006 €6.50
Recycled Magick Soundsystem (live) CD-R Eter etcdr04 lim. 111 oversized cover 2006 €10.00
23 IX : Prehistory of HATI Vol. 2 CD-R Eter etcdr07 numb. ed. of 111 copies / large cardboard-cover / rec. from Sept. 1994! 2007 €9.00
Prehistory of HATI Vol. 2 CD-R Eter etcdr07 numb. ed. of 111 copies / large cardboard-cover / rec. from Sept. 1994! 2007 €9.00
Recycled Magick Drones (SOLD OUT) 7 Drone Records DR-88 lim. 300 handmade cover / red vinyl 2007 €7.00  
Works for Scrap Metal CD Eter etcd06 greatly designed silkscreen-cover made from very thick cardboard, special packaging, numbered. ed. of 500 2007 €13.00
Die Mechanik, Die! CD Beast of Prey bop57 rec. live at Mechanik, Gdansk, 10.01.2007; special offer 2008 €8.00
KA CD Eter etcd10 newest release by the great "trance-gong-drone" project from Torun, Poland 2009 €13.00
Wild Temple CD Monotype Records mono062 HATI collaboration with SLAWOMIR CIESIELSKI (percussionist of legendary Polish band REPUBLIKA) - quite powerful improvisations with a strong harmonic 'Gamelan' influence, moving into ecstatic fields... recorded in abandoned military buildings from 19th century in Torun, Poland 2013 €13.00
Metanous CD Zoharum ZOHAR 107-2 the Polish "gong-droners" return with a very subtle & contemplative album, completely based on handplayed ethnic instruments; the rhythmic parts are more restraint as before, and through the use of didgeridoo & flutes this has also a charming 'exotic' edge... very nice ! 2015 €12.00