The live recording of this performance named “Martyr” was released on Quasi Pop as very limited CD-R edition. The next album “Zhertvy Nimis Sero?” (“Victims of Nimis Sero?”) was the experiment of studio adaptation of the rithual material (voice and field recordings). Next step of Biblioteka Prospero was the writing, composing and studio recording of the trilogy “Sad” (“The Garden” in Russian). The first chapter called “Sad: Zvery, Oblaka and Echo Ritualov” (The Garden: Beasts, Clouds and the Echoes of the Rituals“) was recorded in 2004 using voice, acoustic guitars, piano, alto-violin, flute, wooden and metallic percussion etc…This is more song-oriented work of Biblioteka Prospero comparing to the previous records, probably in the field of ”psychodelic neo-folk“ or even ”anti-folk“. But since last few months the group members describes genre of ”Sad“ as ”Re-Folk“. At the moment Biblioteka Prospero as a duo of Juriy Samson (voice, guitar, piano, programming) and Edward S (programming, audio-processing, analogue synth, turntables, field recording) is working on “industrial suite” called “Askeza”. Also, the minimal-piano project “Potamophilus” is almost ready as well as second and third parts of “Sad”, & some other non-realized projects. Discography: 2005 “Sad: Zveri, Oblaka I Echo Ritualov” (CD, Quasi Pop/Cardiowave) 2005 “Live Bootleg” (CD-R, self-release) 2002 “Zhertvy Nimis Sero?” (CD-R, Quasi Pop) 2001 “Martyr” (CD-R, Quasi Pop) Compilations: 2006 “Thursday… Midnight… Atmosphere” (Cardiowave) 2006 “Million Ways To Spend Your Time” (CD, Quasi Pop) 2005 “…It Just Is (In Memoriam: Jhonn Balance)” (Fulldozer Records) 2001 “Lonely Happiness 1” (CD-R, Quasi Pop) 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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