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Kedr Livanskiy - Kiska
Kedr Livanskiy - Kiska
Moscow producer/singer Kedr Livanskiy shares the intoxicating body music banger and lead single from her forthcoming sophomore LP Your Need, a pulsing, heady late-night club soundtrack that the press release calls "a celebration of life and rebirth", inspired in part by Kedr's affinity for DJ'ing house, breakbeat, dub, UK garage, and other styles of raw, OG underground dance music... Rea
Kedr Livanskiy - <i>Ariadna</i>
Kedr Livanskiy - <i>Ariadna</i>
Kedr Livanskiy shares the dreamy title track from one of our most anticipated full-lengths of 2017, the follow-up to her brilliant 2016 debut EP January Sun. According to her label 2MR, the new record was inspired by "the Izhevsk (sometimes referred to as "the capital of Russian electronic music") sound of the 80s", and album-opener "Ariadna" is a perfect, glimmering
Video Salon – Stars Reflecting
Video Salon – Stars Reflecting
Psyched to debut this beautiful new track from Russia's Galya Chikiss + Arcata, California's Brian Pyle, aka Video Salon, taken from their new self-titled EP, out soon on Not Not Fun. NNF's Britt Brown, who we should really try to hire as a ghostwriter, lovingly and accurately describes the duo's otherworldly sound: "seductive, shimmering nocturnal mirages of devotional drone and processional
video: Kedr Livanskiy - keep your word
video: Kedr Livanskiy - keep your word
Russian underground producer Yana Kedrina -- aka Kedr Livanskiy -- drops the gritty new visuals for "Keep Your Word" (the "stupidest song of the album"), taken from her brilliant debut EP January Sun. Directed by Yana with her friend Konstantin Bushmanov, it feels like something you might've stumbled upon watching some late-night Soviet public access version of Amp in the mid '
NV – Binasu
NV – Binasu
Thanks to Adam for the heads up on Russian experimental pop luminary Kate Shilonosova, aka NV, and her entrancing and addictive new album Binasu. The adventurous, genre-defying record is teeming with otherworldly, '80s Japanese new wave-indebted pop vibes, and with songs like the very kawaii "Kata" and the twinkling title track recalling the bright playfulness of some of Miharu Koshi's m

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