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Getting There: Lena Kudrina, Kawri's Whisper, Endless Melancholy & Isea N
The theme of time is foregrounded by several new publications, but their authors remain unsure of an ideal outlook: forwards to the future––or back to a superior past?
Chillout: New Recordings from Microcosmos and Alexander Saykov
The St. Petersburg label Microcosmos has published three chillout recordings, examining alternative views of actuality. Alexander Saykov extends them––to Moscow.
Quiet Exits: Paul Formatick, Alexander Zhakulin, L.O.S., and Vejopatis
A number of tech-house and dub techno releases this week speak fondly of solitude. Both isolation and introspection have a unique significance for those who work online.
Astronaut Ape, Cosmic Replicant, Slow Reflections, and Synthetic Sunrise
St. Petersburg's Microcosmos Records has published a chillout compilation that serves to illustrate the meaning of downtempo modes in Northern Russia. Reverie travels very far from home indeed.
Aspiration: Evgeny Bardyuzha, Bring Bliss, and Four KOS.MOS Artists
In the face of geographic, commercial, and industrial challenges, these Russian and Ukrainian artists manage to stay optimistic. They take faith from history, Soviet rockets, distant stars, and poetry.
Traveling Far: Yuka, Mark Meino, Alpha-Beta, and KosMosMusic
Several new techno and Goa trance recordings hope to erase binary notions such as here/there, material/spiritual, and so forth. On a lesser scale, escapism can be satisfied with a good vacation, too.
Euphoria through Industry: Anivia, A. Galchenko, Katrin Souza, and Essonita
As a new compilation of progressive and euphoric/uplifting trance appears, a couple of questions also emerge. How exactly does joy become "progress" and to what is it responding in the outside world?
Unspeakable Distances: The Forthcoming DAR Digital Showcase
Moscow's DAR Label is publishing some showcase albums of Slavic progressive- and tech-house. Despite the bold drama of those styles, they're tied to a melancholy reality.
Noiselessness: John Whitehorse, Mark Meino, Xen Mayer, and Inverted Anima
The Yekaterinburg techno label Deep-X continues to publish minimal and industrial recordings from a range of Slavic nations. Common to the most recent releases is a noisy, determined spirit - one designed to champion peace and quiet.
Homeland: Dave Pad, Mihail Shevchenko, Electrosoul System, and Evgeny Kott
A range of progressive house, breakbeat, and psychedelic recordings this week all involve some social critique. A positive alternative is found in two locations - a homestead and a (wider) homeland.
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