#1
Russian(or not???) group(or one man project?), makes strange electronic music, they called their genre "lightwave". All lyrics writed in non-existing language. May be somebody listen it or something similiar? Its interesting to learn your opinion

For review I can propose to turn off your brain and listen one of their best albums such as "Rakhilim", "Hor Hor" or "Roah"
Sorry for my bad English

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#2
I've listened to them. I kind of like them, but haven't tried looking for any of their albums yet. I enjoyed their stuff because it wass nothing like anything else I'd ever heard.

Some artists they remind me of/artists you might like if you like dvar include
Anima Sound System
Ulver
Coil
and maybe even Lemongrass
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Last edited by ICOG at Mar 26, 2011,
#3
I consider that their last 3 albums are failed and Im already not interested of listening their new works, but other albums took a good place in my collection.

Its strange, they live in Moskow, but they wasnt been very popular in Russia for a long period. As I know, records was making in Italy and Japan and only now there is some attention to them in Russia.

Quote by ICOG
I've listened to them. I kind of like them, but haven't tried looking for any of their albums yet. I enjoyed their stuff because it wass nothing like anything else I'd ever heard.

Some artists they remind me of/artists you might like if you like dvar include
Anima Sound System
Ulver
Coil
and maybe even Lemongrass


I also remember Tactile Gemma
Sorry for my bad English

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#4
I can't imagine them having much popular appeal so I'm not surprised their stuff is hard to come by.

Do you know if they still record new material or have they stopped?
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it ain't no sin
take off your skin
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#5
Quote by ICOG
I can't imagine them having much popular appeal so I'm not surprised their stuff is hard to come by.

Of course, that music can't be very popular, but I see that Russia is full of bloody ugly pop music that very often makes no places for other artists. Althrough, may be I'm not quite right, but there is a lot of Russian artists prefer to collaborate with more civilized European countries.

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Do you know if they still record new material or have they stopped?


I think they still active.

"El Mariil", their last album, released in 2010. Sounds better then two last ones, I'm trying to understand it.
Sorry for my bad English

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