OLIGARKH

The St. Petersburg project, OLIGARKH, is at least three years old, with two records under their belt, performances in Russia and Europe and now a new EP titled, “Get Up and Go.” Their music grew from fringe-electronica until it became a big, even conceptual idea to rethink the old – but the point is stillContinue reading “OLIGARKH”

New Russian Music: Mana Island’s perfect pop, the return of Cheese People and Kung Fu from Xuman

Continued column devoted to the actively growing domestic independent music scene, the responsibility of whose content has been taken up by the public, with the very obvious name of “NEW NOW AND HERE” Mana Island – Bitten (If You Say So) Last week’s most resounding premier was the first single from Levin, the long-awaited debutContinue reading “New Russian Music: Mana Island’s perfect pop, the return of Cheese People and Kung Fu from Xuman”