"This album is another work, done in the way, I call "homegrown avant-garde" - an effort to come closer to art brut music - to play some strange and simple things, which can frighten, make smile, or cause disgust, which are made by an ordinary amateur. I used different sources of sounds - sounds of metal things, scotch tape scratching, heat radiators, noises out of my favourite bicycle, the crackle of cooked pumpkin seeds, firework explosions, a Slinky spring, coffee cans, improvised string instruments, voice, a toy guitar, xylophone, a violin, mouth harp, homemade flexatone, squeaks of metal gates, noises of a photo camera zooming, some instruments, I don't know how they are called, because in the shop, where they are sold even the shop assistant doesn't have any notion of their names. Also, there are some tracks, which were recorded long ago - somewhere in 2003 or 2004, when I was a student - they are synthesizer melodies. It's an unpretentious compilation of different works, different in mood, different in execution."-Kirill Platonkin, 2014
released February 3, 2014
Album Art by Kirill Platonkin
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