Few

Few


Few

Few claims that his electronic music creative activity was inspired by the soundtrack of 56 Stuff’s “Exhibition Nr. 56”. Therefore, the date of his beginning is 1998. That soundtrack was made by Yellowhead and Bookadehuk who called themselves DJ 5 and DJ 6 on that occasion. It was music recorded at 56 BPM and it was extremely hard for perception. It’s difficult to say how that was able to inspire anybody, but remains a fact.

Few began to create under a distinctive slogan “The stupider it is — the better it is”. Then his music became more lyrical and melodic. Combining this work with a career as a drummer in a heavy metal band he released several records, one of them was almost pure acid jazz.


Listen to some music by Few:

Few - Like a Sex Machine Few - Braking Engine

Released on 56 Stuff
Johnson’s Bricks (2003)
Vantuz (2001)
Optimal Pluralism (2000)
Redisochny Nektar Dlya Pylesosa (2000)

Yellowhead — Semolina Porridge (2005)
The Girl and the Mushrooms (2004)
Different Listening 2 (2004)
Different Listening (2003)
Tainy Hod Fishkee (2002)