Luna has cultivated a unique, sultry, and sophisticated sound, one she describes as “pop with echoes of electronic and rock.” You find yourself entranced by her nostalgically moody synth pop melodies, without even understanding a word of Ukrainian.
Ana Zhdanova is a young singer-songwriter from Minsk, Belarus. Inspired by minimalists’ motto “less is more” Ana creates dreamy pop music, refreshing and reinventing memories from her early childhood.
Mustelide is the Minsk-based singer, songwriter and producer Natallia Kunitskaya, who creates intelligent pop and electronic music, using some weird everyday samples, analogue synthesizers. Singing in her mother language, her voice is beautifully soft, sounding modern, spherical and exotic.
Instrumental band from Minsk – The Glitchhh, doing great job mixing shoegaze with blues, and post-rock with metal together. That trio formed not so long ago, but already blowing people’s minds both live and in your headphones. Every musician from that band before coming together was higly expierenced by playing in various projects all styles of music. Band has released 2 EP and one album by now.
Those who need to put labels on things dared to describe this anti-genre DIY project from Minsk as cloud-punk. The dolphin giggled. The proof is always in the other pudding. The anti-genre essence of the genre is in combining what seems incompatible at first. Old-school rap, 1990’s guitars, cold post-punk on the hot sands of a Belarusian beach. Bedroom pop of stadium-sized dimensions. Battery-powered lo-fi shoegaze. The dolphin swims against the stream and still goes in the same direction. The pudding likes the debut album.