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Kojevin

Kojevin

Kojevin


Kojevin is a shy genious of russian electro music. He makes everything from A to Z by himself. First of all he's the ideas' generator, also a songwriter, a producer, a vocalist, a percussionist, a guitarist, a bassist, a mixer, a sampler and an electronic gadget. He started his project "Kojevin" as a mix of 80's synthpop and electro of the 90's and depressed vocal a - la Seattle front man of Sub - Pop records made the sound so special and touching. Read more on Last.fm
Kojevin is a shy genious of russian electro music. He makes everything from A to Z by himself. First of all he's the ideas' generator, also a songwriter, a producer, a vocalist, a percussionist, a guitarist, a bassist, a mixer, a sampler and an electronic gadget. He started his project "Kojevin" as a mix of 80's synthpop and electro of the 90's and depressed vocal a - la Seattle front man of Sub - Pop records made the sound so special and touching. In the summer of 2004 he releases his first CD "All my files belong to you".

After that he kept on developing and creating his own style. Kojevin's experimenting with the sound and goes deeper in sound design and sound engineering. His music is changing, but whether it's electro-disco or house-rock there's always that funk pulse in it. His style is very unique, it was influenced by funk, electro, Detroit techno and even old school R&B, by Stevie Wonder, Larry Grahm, Cameo, Prince, Man Parrish and Derrick May. His first cd was reissued this spring by Extra Music Records.

Now Kojevin's almost done with his second album, which is going to be less electric, but more funky and definitely worth listening! 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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