Japanese Ash

Sounds from Bryansk, Novosibirsk, Mariupol, and Tallinn use a dream-pop or shoegazing aesthetic to suggest some realms beyond solipsism. In order to move past private experience, though, selfhood must first be erased.
Shoegaze, post-metal, and djent recordings are currently available from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, and Sevastopol. With varying degrees of drama, they all hope to escape the status quo.
The work of these artists comes from Moscow and Novosibirsk. Across the snowy distance between them, the topic of space - not surprisingly - arises fairly often. What lives out there... in the cold and dark of a Russian winter? The answers become increasingly ominous...
From Novosibirsk comes a collection of young electronic musicians, brought to our attention by the admirable efforts of a new Siberian blog. The sounds on display, however, are less than jolly


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