Jacek Sienkiewicz is back. Drifting is the artist's fifth full-length release and the second on his Warsaw-based label Recognition since 1999. His records have been played and strongly supported by such renowned artists as Sven Vath and Richie Hawtin; legendary producers like Ricardo Villalobos, Uwe Schmidt, and, in 2015, Max Loderbauer have collaborated with Sienkiewicz (RECOG 035EP). Drifting takes it's listener on a complex but still accessible journey to state-of-the-art techno territory where Carl Craig melodies coexist with the stark minimalism of Robert Hood, but they serve only as entry points for further exploration. There is no doubt - Sienkiewicz knows all of his roots yet he creates a signature sound that results from his highly original approach to modern electronic music production. Drifting can be seen as a personal diary that Sienkiewicz uses to invite all listeners, no matter their listening preferences, on a deep and unique ride. Constant drift and dislocation creates imaginary landscapes of future unknown. A pleasant surprise at a time when the market is flooded with predictable releases and tasteless hype. Above all, this album comes both from the soul and the brain and it shouldn't be missed. Every listen is a different adventure. Enjoy.