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Cisfinitum is a prominent post industrial project from Moscow, Russia. It was started in late nineties by composer and musician Eugene Voronovsky and since then has drawn significant attention as one of the most uncommon and distinctive on national experimental scene. Cisfinitum has very specific emotional sound lying within the boundaries of drone ambient and noise.

Cisfinitum’s leader and inspirer Eugene Voronovsky has graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory as a professional violinist. In his music he uses classical instruments such as violin, piano and percussion along with the sounds traditionally considered “non-musical”, like sound of mechanical coffee-grinder or dying man’s breath, all of this subjected to thorough processing, in which both Soviet analog tools and modern digital processing technologies are used. That’s why Cisfinitum can be called the industrial-ambient reading of academic music.

“Cisfinitum is the sound of eternity. I’ve always wanted to create the music of Russian cosmos, music capable of expressing information about Russia that is impossible to reveal by means of words. They call this ‘drone’ overseas, but I prefer to define it ‘metaphysical ambient’,”claims Eugene.

Cisfinitum has released a lot of material, among the full-length works are albums “Landschaft”, “V”, “Bezdna,” “Coniunctio,” “Malgyl,” “Music of Light” and “Mental Travellers” issued on such labels as Entity, Insofar Vapour Bulk, Waystyx, Ewers Tonkunst, Monochrome Vision, etc. The project has also performed live in various parts of the world and took part in a number of festivals along with prominent artists of modern experimental scene.

One of the latest Cisfinitum’s works is its collaboration with Rapoon.

Edited by veganwarcry on 25 Apr 2012, 17:05

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