Snow Slow Party
Snow Slow Party
At the age of 13 he started making music. As it used to be at that time there were a lot of home lo-fi recordings and rock-based experiments. In 1992, together with a friend Vlad Tsvetkov, Roman started a band by name of Second African Hunt. After three years of making music the band switched to a combination of guitar sounds and analog-computer tones.
After the S.A.H. activity dropped down to zero, Roman started a new solo project 0:28, oriented to an atmospheric electronic music and ambient. At the period from 1999 to 2001 three albums were created: “Introverb”, “This On the Moon Ground”, “De Ja Vu”. Naik Borzov was impressed with his music so much that he invited Roman to take a part in his big concert in Moscow. Collaboration of the electronic musician from Izhevsk and the metropolitan rock-star continued with some remixes of Naik’s and his wife’s Ruslana songs.
In his creative work Skarednov tries to develop a number of different directions simultaneously: vintage-romantic music, cynical IDM and experimental downtempo. So, 0:28 is not the only title that Roman stands behind of. In addition there are: ABC Galaxy (tuneful tracks with style allusions to the 80s) and Snow Slow Party (the synthesis of classical piano texture and synthetic sound of a drum machine).
Listen to some music by Roman Skarednov:
Released on 56 Stuff
Snow Slow Party Snow On (2012)
ABC Galaxy Glambrainwow (2008)
The Discreet Charm of Consumerism (2015)
Marginal Stuff for Genuine Dorks (2014)
Not So Easy. Less Quiet. (2011)
Easy. Slow. Quiet. (2010)
7×8. 56 Stuff Remixes Itself (2010)
Music Take-Away (2008)