After a number of successful experiments, the friends decided to create a group. Hi-Fi’s initial lineup was made of Mitya Fomin, Timofey Pronkin and Kseniya Oleshko. In August 2, 1998 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, Hi-Fi began filming the clip for Не Дано. Wearing angel white clothing, the trio looked extremely distinct from the common grey life. The person who had the idea of the group's title also gave the idea to the debut album's cover. Somebody's back in nice lingerie was seen behind the glass of every music store until the day when the last CD was sold. This cover design has been commented by the group's ex-member Oksana: "At least, there is an underwear." In 1999, starting from February, the song Беспризорник could be heard five times a day, no matter the radio station.
Considering the news leak that the recorded material did not fit on the debut album Первый контакт, Hi-Fi had to release the sequel named REпродукция. The big success influenced the group’s amount of concerts across the country and left no space to other events. The third album of the group was Запоминай. Its hits За мной, Он, Глупые люди and Я кричу have made up to the respected places on various Russian charts sine its release in 2001. In the same year, the album of remixes follows with a different name. In 2003, Таня Терешина joined the group to keep up the role of Kseniya. The news shocked all of the fanbase, but Tanya succeeded on her own.
Featuring the work of the fellows, Седьмой лепесток and Беда partially belongs to the singer’s curriculum vitae. In 2005, Tanya left for a solo career. In 2006, Hi-Fi admits Ekaterina Li for the missing role, as well as a dance troop of four other girls. Билет track was proposed before it was promoted on music channels.
Its video was announced, but only a small part of viewers have seen it. The video for Седьмой лепесток remix was made with Katya. Hi-Fi still get good airplay. Its members always look happy on television and perform harmoniously on the stage. Official website: http://www.hifigroup.ru. Hi-Fi (Psytrance) Hi-Fi The project arose from the idea of uniting multiple universes exist in Psytrance.
Merges New Era Hi-Tech, which has been tolling the four corners of the planet, with the vanguard psychedelic essence of psytrance. Hi-Fi comes with a strong sound, aggressive bass lines and groovy moments leading to the runway madness. This union resulted in a unique sound, highly energetic and yet transcendent. Hi-Fi is the live remix that created the famous music group Gorillaz feel good that exploded in Brazil in a matter of weeks, and soon after, went beyond its borders, awaken from the interest of several record companies in England and Germany. Hi-Fi also had the pleasure of the music remix Fri style icon of the biggest psytrance world, Astrix.
Some of his recent productions include remixes with weight as the English THE PRODIGY. The remixes have reached such success to the point where even members of The Prodigy have access to music and to top it off, loved ones, as they say their own words - "loving the sounds ... worlds on fire is my fav. With only six months after its debut, the HI-FI project had already been presented in several states of Brazil, among them Rio Grande do Sul, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Santa Catarina, Paraná, etc.. By such feats, shared the stage with major artists from all corners of the globe such as: Wrecked Machines (Brazil), Skazi (Israel), Infected Mushroom (USA), Ananda Shake (Israel), Vibe Tribe (Israel), Krome Angels , Eskimo (UK), Megaband (UK), Phanatic (Israel), PVS (UK), GMS (Netherlands), Painkiller (Spain), Astrix (Israel), among many others, making its presence was confirmed in the biggest electronic music events the south. Hi-Fi is one of the fastest rise in lives in Brazil, promising to come with everything and create a new design on the national hi-tech fullon. Read more: http://www.myspace.com/hifipsytrance#ixzz14T3xBDKV Read more on Last.fm.
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