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Punk TV

Through the coldest gets to of mom Russia, Novosibirsk’s Punk TV harkens the decadent records of Manchester, England. From 2004, the trio of Alex Kelman (sampler, keyboards, and acoustic guitar), Vladimir Komarov (bass acoustic guitar and vocals), and Konstantin Nikonov (drums and percussion) recognized themselves both outside and inside of Russia, uncharacteristically cheerful amongst their peers about acquiring path and support from Traditional western Europe. Centered out of Moscow, their first singles, “Snowboy” and “Zoomer Goodnight” had been sung in British, savoring the decade-old dance-rock music of groups just like the Content Mondays as well as the Rock Roses. They managed to get towards the rotation of London’s BBC Radio 1, where these were stamped the “Russian Chemical substance Brothers.” In June of 2005 the group released their self-titled debut record around the Russian label Alley P.M., and re-released it in the us in 2006. In 2007 they released the recording Music for the Broken Secrets, whose effervescent dance beats, shoegaze harmonies, and fresh wave aesthetics once more flew in English airspace.

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