Music Project. Experimental Duo. Mikhail A. Repp - Sound. Eugene “Iowa” Zoidze-Mishchenko - Voice.
Second LP "Who Cares What Music is Playing in My Headphones?"
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Ukraine: 21.05.2015 | Japan 22.05.2015 | Worldwide: 25.05.2015 | Russia: 26.05.2015 | North & South America: 09.06.2015
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Who Cares What Music Is Playing In My Headphones?, the second full-length album from the international duo from Moscow and Zaporizhzhya, Dan Deagh Wealcan differs dramaticly from the first one, regarding both composing and overall sound. Nine completely different tracks, recorded throughout 2014, they do not bear any common concept, which is, in a way, a conception itself. This is a "Playlist from the Author", arranged at free will, an attempt to embrace different styles and genres. After all, the music that's in your headphones is important only for you...More calm and philosophical, but still complex work is a major step forward for the duo, combinind such genres as Industrial, Progressive, Post-Rock, Hardcore и Electonic.
Credits: All music was written, arranged, programmed, performed, recorded, mixed and digitally edited by Mikhail A. Repp (march - november of 2014) at Home Conditions kind-of-like-a-Studio, Moscow, Russia. Additional keyboard solo in “Easy Way - Long Way" and “No More Than Usual” by Eugene “Iowa” Zoidze-Mishchenko. All lyrics was written by Eugene “Iowa” Zoidze-Mishchenko. “Annoying interlocutor” words in “What Was That?” written by George Carlin. Lyrics subject and concept by Mikhail A. Repp. Vocal was performed and recorded by Eugene“Iowa”Zoidze-Mishchenko (april - october of 2014) in Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Mastered at TA Production by Anton Vorozhtsov (Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine). Background photos and design by Mikhail A. Repp. Executive producer: Natalia Repp. Produced by Mikhail A. Repp
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