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Edition of 300. Kiev-based label Muscut opens 2018 with an LP from St. Petersburg musician Eugenii Fadeev (Flaty). Raising the attention of the musical community with his work for the 12th Isle and GOST ZVUK labels as AEM Rhythm Cascade, he's also recently released on Udacha and his own label ANWO as Dada Ques. In addition to the aforementioned, Flaty also adopts such aliases as Ocurob and Wrong Water.
Under the name Wrong Water, he presents this current release of a dozen
tracks, most of which were recorded purely using analog instruments.
Drawing inspiration from the music of such electronic pioneers as Delia Derbyshire, Bruce Haack, Mort Garson,
and others, Wrong Water is an attempt to qualitatively re-think the
heritage of the '70s and '80s. Thus, through tireless experimentation,
Fadeev manages to create his own inimitable neo-library parable. Full of
graceful flickering stars and midnight tropical breathing, Dozen
is a welcome addition to the endlessly fascinating world of Muscut.
Performed, recorded, produced, and mastered by Flaty. Lettering by Zhenia Anfalov; Graphic design by Dmytro Nikolaienko.