Built in 1974, Rotunda is a classic Polish student club dating back to the Communist era which has seen all sorts of artists grace its beer-splashed stage. This is the first time Unsound has made an appearance - and it’s with a mostly secret event that could move in any direction. The starting point is one of the most singular artists around: Bill Orcutt. He first made his name as co-founder of the seminal noise rock band Harry Pussy and now draws on American traditions of primitivism and blues, playing raw music on an acoustic guitar with only four strings.
Tickets to this event are no longer available online. They will be available at the Unsound Krakow festival office from 10 October and at the door to the event, unless sold out.