cassette, color cover. Length: 66 min.
A special Russian edition (all translations etc.) of a French experimental punk band. Great cover!
split split tape. Length: 60 min.
International tape (Russia, Croatia, Turkey) with different noise examples. SASQ is testing a new mixing console. Alexander Belov is shocking with obscene cries and diletant guitar. Gruuthaagy performing ambient noise. KOLPA is playing some lo-fi kitchen shitnoise.
A review (I suppose, by one of the artists) is here.
pro-printed cassette. Length: 40 min.
One of the latest projects of Eric Boros (HERMIT, NNY, Manufracture and many more interesting activities) - this time avantgarde jazzcore with just guitar, drums and m/f vocals. Tape released with Ej Tu Dirst (Volosovo, Russia) and Eric himself.
split tape, 40 min.
This tape features a live gig of these punk/hc bands in Deep Sound club on the 1st May 2005. Great live shew feel, many peoples remarks. Also there were a reunion and easter gig of EVIL POP (including 1 new song!). Released with SzSS (St.Petersburg), No Manipulation (Belarus) and Xerotika (Belarus).
Media: business card CDR. Length: 3 min
As promised I have re-released SASQ #6 this time it's done on a business card CD for more comfort. Because dubbing these 3 minutes of kitchen sounds, bass and guitar on C90 tapes is kinda luxury.
3" CDR with bonus spice. Length: 15 min
Unique package made from Russian noodle soup box, extremely tender release, easy to break and hard to mail. Currently available for Russia only because of possible customs problems. In 2017, some people finally created a video demonstrating welcomed use of the release:
pro-printed split tape, 60 min. With Monopolka.
Dark ambient noise from Jason Campbell (Canada) with remixes by R.A.Pavlov and some of the latter's original stuff. Released with Monopolka. The tape was done without listening and approval from Monopolka's part, so later it was labelled as "Monopolka's worst release" in their catalogue.
pro-printed cassette, about 45 min. With Monopolka.
The tape includes recording sessions made by R.A.Pavlov and Philipp Wolokitin by phone using unique phone line recording tool. 356-0-356 is Monopolka's headmaster's phone number by the way. Except of noise and teeth scratching there are some spoken word parts with Anna Zaytseva and Karl Khlamkin, and the one I especilly
enjoy where R.A.Pavlov is refusing to sing the song about cunt. Released with Monopolka.
An art object made from a DVD. Just 1 copy, the lucky owner of it is Lapitch (ask him maybe he will sell it!)
Media: before this release, it was a DVD
Length: 120 mm
cassette, copied cover, 50 min
Stereo guitar ambient, lo-fi soundtracks and home sessions. The first side is the same as Korovij Shum but mixed differently (and greater). Originally released by by Uhogorlonoise Records.