Nest by The Grus The Grus is an experimental electro space pop duo from Tver, northwest Russia, which consists of Alexandra Zhuravleva – vocals, piano and keyboards and Simon Gendor – lead guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer, drums and production. The duo makes their music using analog synthesizers, vintage guitars from the Soviet time, tape recorders,
demo tape 2012 by kenneth anger A very nice lo-fi indie pop from Moscow – i think it’s been a while since we featured an album from Russia, right?
Breaking EP by Popheart There are only two songs in this EP, but they’re awesome and I’d love to hear a full album of such bright synthpop.
Акварелью by Малыш Камю Some really pretty and airy pop that’s making a great use of electronics. The vocals and the instruments are incredibly harmonic and pleasant. The name of the album means “Watercolor”, and if I had to guess how watercolor sounds, I would say it sounds exactly like this album by the talented
Cocaine Cake & Coca Cola by Sgt. Penarlaster I am usually not into Beats but this one really does it to me. Maybe it’s the obvious Russian influences in the music itself.
Девочки в ракете судьбы by Прикуриватель This album comes all the way from Russia, and it’s somewhere between shoegaze and hard rock. Great guitars and some electronic elements makes it an interesting and gives it an experimental feel. When an album starts in a way that makes you want to hear more it’s a very
Lawless Days in Reservation by Bungalow Bums Although this sounds super American, these guys are actually from Russia. It’s a wonderful psychedelic rock and Americana you won’t be able to stop listening to.
Wind and Stones by Boma This album, by the Russian band Boma, was released four months ago, but it sounds like it was recorded in London back in the 80’s (and I TOTALLY say that as a good thing). These guys really understand the meaning of “new-wave”, and along with more poppy influences they created
Ship011 – Ghostek – Easy Changes EP by Ghostek Its must be hard to manage bring something new or nice to a genre that can be sum into one word – Burial. Ghostek nailed it.
We didnt need any other proof of russian young producers to be the next thing, but those proves just keep coming
This album is so, SO good. I don’t understand a word but still enjoy it very very much and only wish it was more than five songs long. These guys, from the city of Rostov-on-Don in Russia, make very decent post-punk rock with electronic elements, and I’m sure that if a mainstream band would release
The Consequences EP by Subrange If you like the youtube clips with a picture of a nice sunset and a girl with tattoos and a cat and the music just fit right in between of them all, you can try listen to this kind of music without all the rest of it.