Psoy Galaktionovich Korolenko (Russian: Псой Галактионович Короленко, born April 26, 1967) is a pseudonym of a Russian Jewish singer-songwriter by the name of Pavel Eduardovich Lion (Russian: Павел Эдуардович Лион). At the same time Pavel Lion is a slavist with a Ph.D. in Russian literature.
Classmates A.Kagadeev (bass) and his brother S.Kagadeev (vocals, text), and S.Butuzov (guitar, piano), together with A. Liver (Dmitry Tikhonov) (accordion, piano, text), Ivan Tourist (show, vocals), S.
BUCK-TICK (バクチク) is a Japanese rock band, formed by Imai Hisashi in 1985 in Gunma, Japan. They are commonly credited as one of the founders of the visual kei movement. Their musical style is very hard to describe as they keep changing it and developing their music all the time.
"Манго Манго" — любимцы московского рок-сообщества. Их веселые песенки, представляющие собой синтез панк-рока и КВНовской традиции, ушли в народ в качестве частушек — "Аквалангисты", "Таких не берут в космонавты", "Активированный уголь — черная пилюля". Это — неоэкзотика, это - новая любовь, это нужно людям!
The Red Elvises are a Russian-American band that performs rock and roll, surf, rockabilly, reggae, lounge and traditional Russian styles of music. Believing that one cannot go wrong with "The King" Elvis Presley as an inspiration and with "red" being not only their favorite color but the national color of their native country, the band name Red Elvises was created.
Kazuki Tomokawa (友川かずき) (born February 16, 1950, birth name: Tenji Nozoki, 及位典司) is a prolific Japanese musician, active in the Japanese music scene since the early seventies. He is often described as a "screaming philosopher".
Cassiopeia (cosmic synthy-pop, Minsk) Electronic alternative pop-music mixed on the synthpop, analogous to “Ladytron”, has met with the texts filled in with slightly absurd poetics of the texts akin to “N.O.M”