“Surprise” was the theme for this year’s Unsound Festival in Kraków, with some acts not revealed until the performance itself. 

One of the unannounced acts was King Midas Sound, who performed their recent Edition 1 album alongside Fennesz in the picturesque Wieliczka Salt Mine.

FACT TV braved the 100 metre descent into the 13th-century mine’s lower chamber to witness their powerful set of ambient textures and crushing bass, taking the opportunity to talk to King Midas Sound about how the collaboration came about and how they brought it to a live setting.



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