Idiosync — Live at 56 Stuff Evening

September, 2010 | 59:11

Photo by Alexander Berzing

Painstaking work with sound bits, high number of inner musical events, and intricate rhythmic, melodic and compositional moves.

Photo by Alexander Berzing

September, 2010

September, 2010

This live set was performed by Idiosync at our event with an unpretentious and unambiguous title “56 Stuff Evening”.

The event took place at a new venue in a historical part of the city. The club was already semi-officially opened, though, honestly speaking, not really 100%-finished. That was pretty intriguing.

What was also, and mostly, intriguing is a prospect of seeing and hearing a life performance by Idiosync. His first album wasn’t yet released at that time. The fresh material hasn’t been presented ever before. Not many people on this planet knew what exactly to expect. However, the introduction to the author’s idiosyncratic methods of working with sound captivated the audience entirely and instantaneously.

Jokes aside, we find this recording one of the best in our collection of live performances and highly recommend to listen to it.

Recorded at Shoom club, St. Petersburg.

Listen to the entire set right now:

Fiftysixed and Stuffed

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(MP3, 320 kbps, zip-archived)

Download the mix for free (MP3, 320 kbps, zip-archived)