Wojciech Rusin composes music for theatre and film. He invents instruments which often become part of the show. His radio play "The Garden" was broadcast on BBC Radio 6 "The Freakier Zone" in September 2016. He wrote music for the award winning show "No Guts No Heart No Glory" which was filmed and available to watch on BBC 4 and iplayer in November 2015. He works with digital and analog sound sources, contact mics, guitar amps, synthesisers and anything which can be used as a unique sound source. In 2016-17 he ran music workshops in Australia, USA, Germany and the UK. In April 2019 he released The Funnel on Akashic Records. As Katapulto he released an album "Powerflex" on the New York label Olde English Spelling Bee. His track "This Is The Future" appears on Boomkat's 14tracks. Low Company about "The Funnel": "Passport to an OBSCENELY DYNAMIC, contemplative dimension - “The Funnel” is a set of ancient imaginations in a stranglehold of electronics and steel factory atmosfears, originally composed for Radiophrenia by Wojciech Rusin and now gloriously pressed and presented by Glasgow based Akashic Records. Equipped with some adapted instruments and occultist readings (decent dose of RATHER GLOOMY Greek-Egyptian philosophy in there too) Rusin composes and engineers an unpredictably celestial moving picture for the ear - the auto-tuned intro “Paolo’s Dream” and the bellowing baritones of “Salvation” diffusing into a solemn soul-purging of post-pythagorean(?) electro-organums. “Transmutation” sounds like a petri dish of duplicating cells, contorted beauty with strings soaring like some sorta solar wind, the internalised ecstasy fading into the ambient clatter and percussion of “Cyclops”. The brain really scrambles trying to find points of reference - so we’ll shoot from the hip and go for some ridiculous meeting point between Księżyc’s “Rabbit Eclipse” and the more contemporary work of Pierre Bastien. Side B offers further consuming, haunted chamber music - “Sacrifice” sounds like some possessed, hologram’d high priest drowning in a sea of sub-bass and gristly electronics before rounding up this destabilising noggin-scrambler with the near ten minute Open Music enchantment “Jupiter”. FEARLESSLY INVENTIVE PUZZLEBOXX. File under: Eh?!"
Boomkat's review of "Powerflex": "The highly influential Olde English Spelling Bee label return with a prime piece of electro-pop from Bristol's Katapulto. Everything about it is so very, very right, but oh so wrong in the finest sense, nailing the templates of classic freestyle-pop, EBM and late '80s digital funk, but with a much more wayward taste for off-kilter hooks and instrumental dynamics. It's kinda like a brighter, ostensibly straighter adjunct to Autre Ne Veut, whom OESB introduced to the world back in 2010, but swap ANVC's falsetto for John Maus-like baritone, and factor in loads of sleek, synthetic space and you come up with stone cold gems such as 'Hard Bodies', the emo sci-fi electro brilliance of 'Mars Mission', and the sckewed Sylvian & Sakamoto styles of 'Package Holidays'. Highly recommended!"