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Russian post-punk rising stars Ploho release their new album on Artoffact Records. Siberian sovietwave trio Ploho records music which combines early post-punk, new wave and Russian rock, while drawing inspiration from the aesthetic and sounds of the late 1980s and early 1990s. The band's cold and depressing sound evokes the hopeful yet fearful era of the Soviet Union just before its collapse, and their popularity has led to a viral hit collaboration with Molchat Doma.
A must for fans of Molchat Doma, Drab Majesty, Kaelan Mikla, Cold Cave
Anthemic hooks paired with ironically detached vocals sung in Russian. And while being a dance floor friendly bop, the song is imbued with the sort of nostalgia and melancholy that makes it sound as though it could have been released during 4AD Records' heyday. —Joy of Violent Movement
Driven forth by droning keys, racing guitars, and swift bassline... Evoking the introspective feelings captured by The Cure circa 1980-1981. —Post-Punk
Cold post-punk influenced by groups such as Kino and Joy Division. —Scene Point Blank
TRACKS:01 Between Us 02 Forgive Me 03 Kind People 04 Stones 05 Stay with Me 06 00's 07 Dancing in the Dark 08 Old Movies 09 A Song of Windows and Walls