filatovanton:

Мини-тур забит! Играю как Антон Филатов, Рад!
13.03 Петербург ->
15.03 Нижний Новгород ->
17.03 Саранск ->
19.03 Москва 
Small Russian tour as Anton Filatov starts Tomorrow, very exited! 13.03 Petersburg ->
15.03 Nijni Novgorod ->
17.03 Saransk ->
19.03 Moscow 

filatovanton:

Мини-тур забит! Играю как Антон Филатов, Рад!

13.03 Петербург ->

15.03 Нижний Новгород ->

17.03 Саранск ->

19.03 Москва 

Small Russian tour as Anton Filatov starts Tomorrow, very exited!

 13.03 Petersburg ->

15.03 Nijni Novgorod ->

17.03 Saransk ->

19.03 Moscow 

Would like to share a preview of a “Mystical Union and Erotic Harmony” track made after the Lusher test with a little help of google translate woman. I’ve passed this test a few months ago and have found out that there is no more accurate way to verbally express the feelings of that moment.

workin’ on new tracks, very exciting about what’s happening with me right now. Here is a little sneak-peek of current material from the last year show in Petrozavodsk with Sashash Ulz and High Wolf

experimedia:

Rainbow Valley / Wind in the WillowsSplitChemical Tapes
The two musicians on the latest split cassette from Chemical Tapes may live in different parts of the world (Rainbow Valley resides in the United Kingdom, Wind In Willows in Russia), but both artists find common ground with healthy bouts of new age and cosmic ambience.  The flowing, long-tone works from Tangerine Dream are clearly a touchstone for each with a sound that epitomizes calming and therapeutic synth-led music.  Still, small differences appear: Rainbow Valley is content to let synths gleam and hover in static movements whereas Wind In Willows allows lo-fi washes of soft distortion to saturate his bright tones. – Ryan Potts, Experimedia

experimedia:

Rainbow Valley / Wind in the Willows
Split
Chemical Tapes

The two musicians on the latest split cassette from Chemical Tapes may live in different parts of the world (Rainbow Valley resides in the United Kingdom, Wind In Willows in Russia), but both artists find common ground with healthy bouts of new age and cosmic ambience.  The flowing, long-tone works from Tangerine Dream are clearly a touchstone for each with a sound that epitomizes calming and therapeutic synth-led music.  Still, small differences appear: Rainbow Valley is content to let synths gleam and hover in static movements whereas Wind In Willows allows lo-fi washes of soft distortion to saturate his bright tones. – Ryan Potts, Experimedia