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Reality Remixed: Low Orbit Satellite, Valer Den Bit, Shuma, and Max Vertigo
A Belarusian "ethno-jazz" ensemble announces some remixed, yet traditional compositions. That same desire to stay relevant through reinvention informs a number of other dance releases.
Four Kinds of Escape: Gorbach, Curly Brown, Tapecut, and MBMK
Four instrumental producers from Minsk and St. Petersburg see their newest works as an alternative to frustrating, if not awful reality. The worse actuality appears, the more they fantasize.
Oceanic Desires: Curly Brown, Naive Diver, Gorbach, and Guru Groove
Two new St. Petersburg recordings romanticize the homeless, aimless experience of cosmonauts. Even in Moscow, a related desire is audible, even among the most goal-driven musicians.
Krumping and the Cosmos: Oak, Nakedbear, Kubrick's Cube, and Gorbach
Not surprisingly, some of the language used to praise US styles within Slavic music borrows from American slang. Talk of anything "cosmically" impressive, however, goes way beyond cliche. A wide range of related imagery opens up.
– Chamber No.5
02 Chamber No5.mp3
– The Paranoid
03 The Paranoid.mp3
– New Birth
02 New Birth.mp3
– Dream (feat. Diamos Roll)
04 Dream (feat. Dia.mp3
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