In the world of Polish alternative culture, Tymon Tymański is a genuine one-man-institution: a musician, composer, producer, writer, columnist, filmmaker, a man with an artistic ADHD. The artist has won “Orzeł” (Eagle) Polish Film Award for the music to Wojciech Smarzowski’s film “Wesele” (“The Wedding”) and the audience award for the film “Polskie gówno” (Polish shit) at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. He has co-created such famous musical and artistic phenomena as Totart or yass and fronted countless bands, among others, Miłość and Kury. In 2015, on a special commission for the East of Culture – Different Sounds festival, Tymon Tymański & the Different Sounds Orchestra premiered the anti-war concert-manifesto “Wojna to przeżytek” (War is a relic) in Lublin. Now he returns with a new, ambitious and enigmatic band called MU. MU is a fusion of post-rock, jazz, synth pop and electronics, and to this unusual line-up Tymon invited his regular guitarist and co-producer Marcin Gałązka and the greatest talents of the contemporary Tricity scene: Michał Wandzilak, Jacek Próściński and Michał Jan Ciesielski.