Electroforez

Elektroforez is a Russian synth-pop group, founded in Saint Petersburg in 2012 by Ivan Kurochkin and Vitaly Talyzin. Since 2016, the group has been actively touring, playing over 100 concerts in Russia, Belarus, the Baltic states, Germany, and Ukraine. They released their debut album Quo Vadis? in 2017 and the same year won the Golden Gargoyle music award in the Electronic Project category and went on to perform on Tallinn Music Week. In April 2018, Elektroforez performed in Minsk, Warsaw, Poznan, Berlin, and Kaliningrad as part of a showcase of Russian bands including Kazuskoma, Spasibo, Glintshake, and Shortparis. During the tour, the group caught the attention of a number of Polish promoters. At the end of 2018, the group released the music video for the song Ikea (Russian: Икея). In 2019, Elektroforez was featured in The Quietus's series on the Russian alternative music scene.

Über Electroforez

Elektroforez is a Russian synth-pop group, founded in Saint Petersburg in 2012 by Ivan Kurochkin and Vitaly Talyzin. Since 2016, the group has been actively touring, playing over 100 concerts in Russia, Belarus, the Baltic states, Germany, and Ukraine. They released their debut album Quo Vadis? in 2017 and the same year won the Golden Gargoyle music award in the Electronic Project category and went on to perform on Tallinn Music Week. In April 2018, Elektroforez performed in Minsk, Warsaw, Poznan, Berlin, and Kaliningrad as part of a showcase of Russian bands including Kazuskoma, Spasibo, Glintshake, and Shortparis. During the tour, the group caught the attention of a number of Polish promoters. At the end of 2018, the group released the music video for the song Ikea (Russian: Икея). In 2019, Elektroforez was featured in The Quietus's series on the Russian alternative music scene.

Genres: Elektronische Musik, Experimentell

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