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THE HATTERS – АЛКОХАРДКОР

The ‘hottest’ new Russian band around bare all on their latest video that mixes up Balkan folk breakdowns, skanking Ska Punk and a slightly surf bassline that makes it sound like the theme tune to a 70s Eastern European super-hero … Continue reading

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THE HATTERS – НАРУЖУ ИЗНУТРИ

These are one of the most exciting bands coming out of Russia right now, following the likes of Leningrad with big rock and pop songs that carry a major brass heavy Balkan influence. As well as working heavily with and … Continue reading

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Dobranotch – Du Hast

The latest single from Russian Klezmer band Dobranotch is an unlikely cover of Du Hast, a Metal Techno track from 90s East German band Rammstein. It’s rather brilliant. Grab a copy of the single from iTunes, and if you’ve not … Continue reading

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Ленинград — ЗОЖ

Leningrad‘s video’s are fantastically dark and comical and this latest, following a pair of paramedics around some seriously twisted accidentally deaths, perhaps takes that a step even further. It is of course brilliant as always and the track is the … Continue reading

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Leningrad – Buyout (Ленинград – Отпускная)

I don’t think there’s been one release from the latest Leningrad album that hasn’t been worth posting. This is perhaps the first time I really wish I understood Russian to know what the song was about, but it’s still a … Continue reading

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Iva Nova – Signals

Love what these ladies are doing at the moment. It’s a fresh take on Eastern European Folk fusion music, though this single also has a bit of a Tangoesque, Gotan Project vibe to it as well. If there was a … Continue reading

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Ленинград — Карасик

Leningrad get all Chas & Dave for their new single. Switching up the Gypsy Punk vibe for some good old Russian Rock N Roll.

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