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Domus Mixtapes: Moscow


Experience the global sounds of Moscow with a special evening of performances as part of the Domus Mixtapes series at Strelka. Curated by sound designer Daniel Perlin (DJ N-RON), the Mixtape Live series continues its with it’s third incarnation of the Domus Mixtapes Live by looking to the sounds of the city of Moscow. Following Milan and London, the Mixtape Live series and the Mixtapes tracks at the Domus website offer a rare chance to catch the latest sounds and styles from a variety of cities. The evening at Strelka will begin with presentations of soundmaps made locally by local artists/designers/musicians created during the Strelka soundmapping workshop. Then 3 groups will perform outside, giving a wide sonic portrait of the city. After, the event continues in the bar with dj’s from Moscow, New York and beyond.


18.30 — 20.00 Contemporary Approaches to Sound-mapping worksop: presentation of the results

20.00 — 23.00 Live music: Moa Pillar, Lapti, Stoned Boys

23.00 — 04.00 Dj sets: DJ N-RON and special guests

Stoned Boys

Moscow-based electronic duet Stoned Boys are Jenya Gorbunov (also known from his band NRKTK) and DJ Lee, a promoter of new R’n’B and bass music on Moscow dancefloors. The project is a little over a year, during which the guys produced two mini-albums, played on one stage with Pictureplane, shot a video for their track Dead Friends, made remixes for On-The-Go, MAKE and Burzum, and also created an event at bar Strelka, where they proved that post-punk and rave-psychodelia can live side by side in harmony with new R’n’B and bass music.


From jungle rave tracks with no bass or drums to ghosts of 80s sci-fi soundtracks, Lapti has a way of making the old sound new. His unique choice of lo-fi samples in combination with surgical synthetic elements results in a strange feeling of nostalgia for the future. A credit to the Moscow beat scene for many years, Lapti has built his own world to escape to during the winter months. Hop in the DeLorean for some ice-cold-electro-retro-future-funk.

Moa Pillar

Moscow-based electronic artist Feydor Pereverzev, who works under the name of Moa Pillar, skilfully combines a powerful bass sound and futuristic beats with ethnic motives. Making his debut with the track «Water Lilly» on the Fly Russia collection last year, today Moa Pillar has recognition from fellow electronic artists and made appearances on tracks of other talanted Russian beatmakers on MTV Iggy. Feydor recently published an EP on the G5 Music label and is currently working on his new album.