- 6 years ago
Playing tracks by
Zvuki Mu, Alissid Jazz, Eject, I'm above on the left, Joan Silver Pin and more.
A piece of rainy music from young Russian artists and some veterans as well. What's inside--> arguably the best Russian rock band Zvuki Mu ("Sounds of Moo"), one of their records produced by Brian Eno himself, folk/ethno trend represented by Alissid Jazz and Volga, some recent krautrockish sounds by Eject and Mokh (part of prolific VOM collective), ambient tracks by Joan Silver Pin and Noises of Russia (rare example of "Ortodox christian noise"), 80's new wave legend Notchnoy Prospekt ("Night avenue") and a frequent Russian reference, Andrey Tarkovsky is tributed by Eduard Artemiev, who used to compose soundtracks for his films, and a track by IAOTL, that opens with a famous Stalker monologue about the significance of music