Met in 2001, Vasiliy and Konstantin discovered their tastes in music being almost the same. Both of them were interested in the work of such bands as Space, Zodiac, Kraftwerk and other groups from 70th and 80th, later - the french electronic music of the Daft Punk wave and tracks of Metro Area. They found something mysterious and magical in that music, something they were lacking in their everyday life, and it attracted them with its enigmatic depth. When the amount of accumulated emotions grew enough for creating something new, each of them started trying to do something on their own.
They showed each other the results, listened to them, shared ideas, and at the certain moment it became impossible to define the author of the original. So they decided to work together. At that time Vasiliy was studying at school, and Konstantin was working for a computer firm, so he was closely interacting with digital equipment, in contrast to Vasiliy (seeing him, computers pretended to be sick and refused to work properly). Both of them were seriously attracted by analog synthesizers with their deep cosmic sound, Vasiliy even tried to build his own, but their doubtful bleeping didn’t let to use them seriously – there was a chance to burn something on stage. At first, Acos Coolkas tried to imitate that fantastic feeling of the outer space which they heard in the music of their idols. When the first experience came they started searching for their own sound.
They realized that, looking for cosmos, first of all it’s necessary to look inside yourself, that miracle has its place in usual day-to-day life and it’s essential to see and recognize it, so every smallest thing can start to radiate the happiness. The music of Acos Coolkas is an attempt to transmit its creators’ microcosmos to the listeners, and help everyone to discover his own universe. http://www.acoscoolkas.theomatic.com http://www.facebook.com/acoscoolkas http://soundcloud.com/acoscoolkas http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/acoscoolkas http://acoscoolkas.blogspot.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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