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AIrborne Drumz

AIrborne Drumz

AIrborne Drumz


Airborne Drumz is a breakcore project formed in 2007. www.myspace.com/airbornedrumz I'm from small city which is in the north of Russia. I started making music as a guitarist when I played in band called Cunt Tornentorz. We played something like grindcore/mathcore/deathmetal. We recorded like 2 albums and played many gigs. But after a while the band has collapsed. However, music has become my passion and I wanted to keep goin' with it. I always wanted to put some electronic parts to my instrumental material. Read more on Last.fm
Airborne Drumz is a breakcore project formed in 2007. www.myspace.com/airbornedrumz I'm from small city which is in the north of Russia. I started making music as a guitarist when I played in band called Cunt Tornentorz. We played something like grindcore/mathcore/deathmetal. We recorded like 2 albums and played many gigs.

But after a while the band has collapsed. However, music has become my passion and I wanted to keep goin' with it. I always wanted to put some electronic parts to my instrumental material. So, I started to learn how to make electronics. I tried different things, tried to use my instrumental background in electronics.

As a result I made a short album "Microdot Microspace". It was something like downtempo or triphop or whatever. . .

After a while, I began to work with different musicians and wanted to make band again. But everything was wrong in that city. I moved to Moscow. The fucking megapolis, capital of this country. Fucking 20 million people and you feel like a shit but it gave me many possibilities.

I went on terror/breakcore parties, met people, met musicians. I could ask 'em and that was great. I learn how to make breakcore, how to make electronic music, how all this underground music society works. I began to live this underground. 2nd album "Starshine" has been written in Moscow.

All those events gave me a lot of ideas. I just tried different styles like speedcore/8bit/glitch/blah blah. . .

all mixed with breakcore. When it was finished I started to play gigs. Parties gave me even more. I spoke with interesting people again and met new and new musicians. I absorbed new ideas.

Each day I lived only my music. I wrote it, I played it, and all other time I thought 'bout music. Pure emotions and feelings. My life was f'ing hard that time.

I tried to survive. Kept money to rent an apartment, found time to write my stuff. Damn city where you gotta pay 1000$ per month for 1 room flat. I finished "Fuck Tha Void" album in February 2009 and after long label search I stopped on Marry Works. It's a nice Japanese record label.

I send all materials to the owner and the artist made me a cd cover. The label said that they are sending everything to factory to make cds and I was happy at last. Next day the owner (Di-bit) deleted his page, the page of a label, and so on. Nobody knows what happen to him.

There's no any contacts to speak to him. He just disappeared from the internet. . .

. I hoped he was fine, I didn't know. 3 months later, i couldn't wait any longer and I shared my 3rd album. But it wasn't the end...

Di-bit appeared as suddenly as he disappeared but in a whole year. He send me cds and everything was great. 2009 was really amazing. I played a lotta gigs in different cities. Performing and traveling are the best things in the world.

In summer i played with Horse the Band (my very favorite band) in Minsk and Kiev and after i while i made 2 remixes on their songs. I was so happy that it happened. One rmx is released on their album "Desperate Living (Deluxe Edition)". Also, in the end of a year I played on SickFest (the biggest breakcore event in Russia) and later I released on their small cd compilation. 2010 was even better.

I played gigs in many new places (like Minsk, Petrozavodsk, Saratov, St. Petersburg and even Murmansk). It was so exciting. I started to make bass tracks cuz fashion is changing so fast and u gotta try something new n stay up 2 date.

I made a vinyl split with Gromov. I released 2 non-breakcore tracks on it. I went to my 1st small tour which took a week. I got a lot of experience in the end.

I always was close to instrumental mathcore. I mean people and music. So, I made my own band GHFC. I still making new tracks and working with different musicians. So, I hope soon there will be some new releases.

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