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A recording of Viktor Tsoy’s last concert with his group Kino has recently been rediscovered.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Yanka Dyagileva’s punk rock album Anhedonia, the greatest monument to perestroika that you’ve never heard of.
Autumn is colder and darker than summer, but is it really that depressing? Classic poets and rock musicians weigh in.
“Mother Russia” is much more than a stereotype. Everyone has opinions on it, Russian rock musicians included.
Lakes vanish, free food appears, and a priest speaks to the dead.
Check out five of the best up-and-coming Russian indie bands of 2018 and 2019.
Curious about Russian rock but don’t know where to start? Here are five bands to start your playlist.
St. Petersburg (or Leningrad) has always occupied a special place in the world of Russian music. Famous for its rich classical traditions, especially at the Mariinsky Theater, in the second part of the twentieth century St. Petersburg became the epicenter of underground and experimental music.
When the music you sing is banned, when the entire genre is identified with the enemy, how do you find the courage to keep singing? Just ask Boris Grebenshikov!
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