Red Groove is a dance and electronic music project from Belarus.
Red Groove has started as a collaborative effort to bring commercial house, electro and electroclash to the electronic scene of Belarus back in early 2003. By the time this project has started, the people responsible for this music have already had experience with downtempo, disco-house, lounge, easy listening and breakbit and were members of the most requested electronic acts in the country.
In fact the name for the project appeared only after they had about 30 minutes of great music ready and after one of the members, Denis Korabkov has played this music at Kazanip, the most influential festival of dance and electronic music of ex-USSR territories that takes place in Crimea, The Ukraine every summer. The other people who started writing music together with Denis have soon lost interest in house and future pop and for the last couple of years Denis remains the only active member of the project. He still plays occasional gigs in Minsk and summer 2007 saw the first remixes to his music from artists form outside of ex-Soviet territories.
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