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kopi 03:49
sulema 04:21
omut 03:43
burelom 04:23
ghar 04:05
typh 03:35
plot 03:51
spazm 04:03
polyn 04:27


'kojoohar' is an accidental one man project from southern ukraine, weaving tarry audio cocoons from pulsatile cartilage of obsessive-compulsive ambient industrial and slimy flaps of post-flegmatique noisewave, invoking analog and digital miasma of pocket devices, paralyzing entropia of modular synths and beatific dyslexy of reverently crafted samples, all concrescent in acataleptic mantrae heralding the impending serenity of inner void.

'ködzid goo' is an experimental hip-hop project, rising from the northern komi lands. conceived as a way to wind the scraps of chaotic thoughts over monotonous beats, over time it grew into something more conscious, with a core of unhealthy self-reflection, self-digging and self-burying, just to torment own flesh with a touching knife.

'dotla' manifests angst industrial sound consecrated with occasional samples from the founding fathers of the genre, and features heavy lyrics spiked with solemn images and numerous literary references. it's a dark, dystopic angst pop with deep aesthetic lyrics and unrelenting vocals by ködzid goo and nož nad lesam. «delivered in a blank monotone, devoid of any emotion and humanity, it sits well with the stark, mechanoid instrumentation that thumps and grinds low-end bass throbs welded to dead-hearted beats, overlaid with icy synths», touching upon the subject of self-immolation, leaving to nowhere, dissolving into nothingness. however, it's not about self-destruction or self-eradication, but rather about some kind of decomposition for further rebirth. it «reminds us that we’re all on the outside, all alone, and all doomed».


released February 18, 2021

artwork by empty house
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