Michał Milczarek Trio (MM3) is one of the most interesting young bands on the Polish jazz scene. The group creates instrumental music which is a combination of modern jazz, electronic and rock. It is known as one of the fastest prospering groups in Polish improvised music. The band is known for a very intense concert activity, and Trio performances are considered to be extremely spontaneous and presenting jazz in a decidedly contemporary perspective. MM3 has performed at many prestigious festivals in Poland, Vietnam, Germany, Scotland and Ukraine.
The band has won the competition “Jazz Phonographic Debut of the Year”. They released three records: The Big Game (2012) EP, Squirrels and Butterflies (2014) and Ambient Works (2016) albums.
Born on March 12, 1990 in Końskie, Poland – Polish composer, guitarist. Leader of Michał Milczarek Trio (MM3) project. Along with MM3, during intense concert tours, he played at Festival Jazz Bez, International Ethno-Jazz Flugery Lvova Festival, Warszawa Singera, Eye On Culture Festival, Jazz Po Polsku On Tour: Live in Germany, Hue Festival, Edinburgh Jazz Festival. He feels most comfortable around jazz, ambient and rock. However, he can find his way around any music genre. As a session musician he works or has worked with Edyta Górniak, Maria Sadowska, Anna Szarmach, Michał Urbaniak, Sasha Strunin and Envee.
Drummer, session musician. Worked and performed with Maria Sadowska, Michał Urbaniak, Pablopavo i Ludziki, Envee, Dorota Miśkiewicz and Vavamuffin, among many others. Full-time drummer of Marek Dyjak, Majka Jeżowska and jazz-folk ensemble Chłopcy Kontra Basia. Leader of his own experimental jazz-hiphop trio taktoprawda. In 2012, he took first place in the drumset contest at the International Drum Festival in Opole. Official endorser (and huge fan) of Istanbul Agop Cymbals.
A versatile bassist hailing from Starachowice. Together with Good Stuff band he won third prize in the XXVI Jazz Juniors competition and the Grand Prix in the category of "jazz" on FAMA in 2003. With Dwootho, he recorded the album Space Preassures published by the Polish Radio, won first place on Comblain La Tour Jazz Festival (Belgium). He performed at jazz festivals in Romania, Belgium, Slovakia and Ukraine. He collaborated with Mark Raduli - playing for over a year in his quartet, as well as Michał Urbaniak, Olek Klepacz, Kayah, Kuba Badach, Kasia Cerekwicka and Piotr Cugowski. Currently he works with artists such as Majka Jeżowska, Izabela Trojanowska, Ńemy przez Ń, taktoprawda and Ewa Jach. He is a respected session musician.