There are at least 2 artists named CD-R:

1. Moscow avant-garde composer Nikita Golyshev (CD-R) is well known as a deep experimentalist, making micronoise and electroacoustic music that is in the cutting edge of any spotless mind. In “Vesna” (this means spring in Russian) CD-R curiously turns to his roots and presents a collection of tracks that can be conditionally described as “pure acid bacchanalia” or even “new rave movements”.

Hard-edged electronica meets the times we can name as “the beginning”. No computers were used during the recording process: only hardware synthesizers, samplers and an ancient Soviet effect-machine.

2. The Kanto graduate, a 19 year-old painter, a cartoonist, puzzlenist, a composer, label owner(RDCREC) and a video producer. The incoherent DEMPA system artist who has announced much videos which edited and cut off the television. The present stock music is 1000 or more. From RDCREC which self sponsors, it rises, simultaneously the work of no less than eight sheets is released. Nobody knows after that how such positive activity will change with a release from now on for eight more sheets in one month that it is superfluous. RDC RECORDS is due to deal also with the publication from now on.

(using 19-t translation system, 2003)

Edited by [deleted user] on 7 Apr 2007, 22:12

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