Collaborative material from Bardoseneticcube's recording sessions with St. Petersburg-based saxophonist Igor V. Petrov. Definitely one of Bardoseneticcube's most singular and musical works, with a mixture of irradiated electronics, hazy lunar jazz, sedated drones and urban soundscapes. Think of a cross between Bohren & Der Club of Gore and Contagious Orgasm but set in Pripyat. Artwork by STPo.
Bardoseneticcube album is inspired by life and works of Nika Turbina. The musical dedication of Bardoseneticcube is presented in 12 untitled tracks filled with surrealistic feelings and some childish morbidity. Obscure loops and industrial soundscapes are buried under a pile of rhyme wreckage, melody fragments and almost chaotic manifold of strange sounds.
A live recording of the audio-visual program "Psychedelic Transfer" made on 31.03.2011. About 50 minutes of slowly evolving multi-layered psychedelic video projection by Yuri Elik accompanied by as much psychedelic ambient-noise music by Bardoseneticcube.
A new CD release is presented on the Vetvei label. It is a split of three already well-known projects: Bardoseneticcube (St.-Petersburg), Vresnit (Yaroslavl) and Kshatriy (Vsevolozhsk). Being active and variously cooperating in studios and at concerts, the authors have got a vision of joint release: this split is inspired by a condition of direct...