It didn’t take long to prove this approach right. The band was praised by critics and became one of the most recognizable names on local electroica scene with its landmark album “Outernational” in 2000. Dmitry went solo shortly after its release, while Dan continued with hired musicians and toured clubs all over ex-USSR with a full-size band. On stage live ethnical string instruments, guitars and drums teamed up with ancient Soviet-made synths and sequencer backing tracks. In 2003 follow-up album “Phoenix” was released. It indicated a shift towards more intense sounding and somewhat darker music, which got the press by surprise.
Band’s debut “Electronic Ethnology” is available on New York label Proforma Records. Two later albums remain unreleased in the West.
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