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Dairy High

Dairy High

Dairy High


Dairy High are often hailed as being one of the first Russian indie bands. Even though its not exactly true, they still were the first Russians to inherit traditions of American alternative rock music scene of mid 80s early 90s and the Britpop invasion. The Russian band formed in 1999. Dairy High took the unusual step of rehearsing and gigging for well over a year before recording even a demo tape. They mostly played small venues and never performed outside of Moscow. Read more on Last.fm
Dairy High are often hailed as being one of the first Russian indie bands. Even though its not exactly true, they still were the first Russians to inherit traditions of American alternative rock music scene of mid 80s early 90s and the Britpop invasion. The Russian band formed in 1999. Dairy High took the unusual step of rehearsing and gigging for well over a year before recording even a demo tape. They mostly played small venues and never performed outside of Moscow.

While not generally classified as a shoegazing band, Dairy High did share a tendency to blend poppy melody with loud guitars. The first song which they released was called Zralok (the Czech for shark). Zralok appeared to muted reaction on three compilations in 2001-2002. Dairy High split in 2002 when band members went to pursue different musical directions giving birth to several other acts. The year 2003 was marked by a release of Radio the Boat compilation which featured , a new song by Dairy High.

However, the studio sessions came to a halt and there were no live shows. In the late 2005 the band was revived. Four new songs were recorded in Riga (Latvia) to coincide with Dairy High' first ever festival appearance at Zaljumballe, a local festival of alternative music. The new songs will be released as an EP in early 2007. http://www.myspace.com/dairyhigh 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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