Brasil and the Gallowbrothers Band is a second, after One Inch of Shadow, headquarters of t.e.r., Dominic Savio and Mirt. Since 1995 they've created music together and solo. As One Inch of Shadow, Mirt, Dominic Savio and Brasil they had recorded for numerous labels (Perun, Nefryt, MonotypeRec., Digitalis Industries, Last Visible Dog) including their own label, Cat Sun. On stage they collaborated e.g. with Black Forest/Black Sea and Stworywodne.Jaszczury. They performed, among others: at Wrocław Industrial Festival, Muzyka w Krajobrazie in Inowłódz and Audio Art in Warsaw. Many of their compositions were placed on compilations among such artists as Legendary Pink Dots, Tony Wakeford, Hybrids, Tor Lundvall, Birchville Cat Motel, My Cat is an Alien, Fursaxa or Bardo Pond. Known as Brasil, they launched three albums. First "Wander Till Spring" (Cat Sun), second - "The Band Plays On, The Dunes Move On (Caught Me with Your Eyes Closed)" (Last Visible Dog), third - "Legionowo" (MonotypeRec).
"Legionowo" is an postindustrial soap opera which libretto is written by the housewife's longing to eldorado from TV, the fear of leaving their poky rooms, as well as mumbling of their husbands when sipping beer. Despite of it they still believe that is all right, safely and it has never been better than now. The album praises the warm slowly beating heart of the town as well as its gray, rough and squalid crust. The town perceived as dormitory. Oh, it would be fantastic to sleep through whole life, not to attract anybody's attention - lover's, boss's, terrorist's, neighbor's. "Legionowo" has nothing to do with morality play, it is rather a collage created by field recordings and their interpretation, snatches of memories, improvisations, melancholy and dirt straight from rubbish tip full of substitutes.