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Garage-punk band from Moscow. Founded in 2007. The idea was just to play raw punk and rock-n-roll as we all heard on New York Dolls early demos. Andrey worked in music mag and played bass in friendly heavy metal band. And suddenly understood – he’s got something to say. Each song is a true story about streets, girls, drugs and so on. Mess. played lots of gigs in Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Kyiv, Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod. Some of gigs they can hardly remember. In 2010 the band recorded 1-st LP ‘Mess’ and went on tour. After long pause they returned to the scene with saxophonist and new songs. LP ‘Lucky One’ was recorded at exellent ‘Music street studio’, which was later – destroyed by city government.
Андрей Шерыханов – вокал
Антон Кириллов – гитара
Александр Давлетбаев – барабаны
Дмитрий Бодров – бас
Петр Чайников – саксофон
Artwork by Дмитрий Соколов
Photo by Марат Никитин
Record in Music street studio
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Siempre vi lo que busqué
lo que había detrás
A través de la pared
escuché vientos quebrar
Sólo tu voz será la que me acompañará
de un lado a otro entre estos días de mierda
Cuántas horas te encontré
y no super qué decir
Si es el tiempo a quién maté
ya no hay nada para mi
Te recuerdo siempre acá
enseñándome a existir
las espinas ahí están pero puedo pasar
Te recuerdo siempre acá
enseñándome a vivir
las espinas ahí están pero ahora puedo pasar
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Underground music comprises musical genres beyond mainstream culture. Any song that is not being legally commercialized is considered underground. Such music may tend to express common ideas, such as high regard for sincerity and intimacy, freedom of creative expression as opposed to the highly formulaic composition of commercial music, and appreciation of artistic individuality as opposed to conformity to current mainstream trends. Apart from perhaps the underground rock scenes in the pre-Mikhail Gorbachev Soviet Union, very few types of underground music are completely hidden, although performances and recordings may be difficult for outsiders to find. One such Indian subcontinental band Jal which is very popular among the enlightened strata of the area.
Some underground musical genres never left their non-mainstream roots, such as jagged, aggressive UK 82-style hardcore punk bands like Discharge. Some underground styles eventually became mainstream, commercialized pop styles, as did for example, the underground hip hop style of the early 1980s. In the 2000s, the increasing availability of the Internet and digital music technologies has made underground music easier to distribute using streaming audio and podcasts. Some experts in cultural studies now argue that “there is no underground” because the Internet has made what was underground music accessible to everyone at the click of a mouse. One expert, Martin Raymond, of London-based company The Future Laboratory, commented in an article in The Independent, saying trends in music, art, and politics are:
… now transmitted laterally and collaboratively via the internet. You once had a series of gatekeepers in the adoption of a trend: the innovator, the early adopter, the late adopter, the early mainstream, the late mainstream, and finally the conservative. But now it goes straight from the innovator to the mainstream.
In effect, this means a boy band (for instance) could be influenced by a (formerly) obscure 1960s garage rock, early 1980s post punk, noise rock acts like Pussy Galore or even composers of avant-garde classical music such as John Cage and Karlheinz Stockhausen, while maintaining recognizability as a boy band.
Signum was a Gothic Rock bend from Novi Sad,Serbia. Quite amazing and very underrated band.
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Here’s three songs from Born Wrong’s Siesta Nouveax show from Feb. 18, 2012. The songs are “Burn A Debt”, “Hard times” and “Party Banter”. It looks like March will be the last month for the venue 🙁
Born Again will be appearing on the upcoming “Destroy Music” Hamilton compilation from Hammercity Records http://schizophrenicrex.com/hammercityrecords/
Jamieson Francis – Bass Vocals
Scott Paige – Guitar Vocals
Cj Ricottone – Guitar Vocals
Chris Whetstone — Drums
Cameras: Aldo Erdic & Mary Jankulak
Editing: Aldo Erdic & Candy Sass
Live @ ZAKK Passau / 2012-11-09
Recorded with an iPhone 4, edited with Final Cut Express.
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