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N-616

N-616

N-616


Industrial project from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. N-616 was formed in the year 2000. Initially, the sound was Industrial. The result of work in 2000 lead to the demo "Snow.” During 2001, the demo "Cold" was recorded, which contained more elements of different styles from Darkwave to EBM. This collection of material was finalized and released on Folvork Productions as an album titled "Cold & Snow". Further evolution of the project led to the album "Electro Paradigm Of Futurism Read more on Last.fm
Industrial project from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. N-616 was formed in the year 2000. Initially, the sound was Industrial. The result of work in 2000 lead to the demo "Snow.” During 2001, the demo "Cold" was recorded, which contained more elements of different styles from Darkwave to EBM. This collection of material was finalized and released on Folvork Productions as an album titled "Cold & Snow". Further evolution of the project led to the album "Electro Paradigm Of Futurism,” which contained even more electronic and experimental material. It was released in 2003 on the same label. In late 2003, the “[ex-Planet Earth]” album was recorded , which was mostly EBM but filled with various impurities. Winter 2004 was marked by mini-album, "Winter World III.” In 2005, the material from "[ex-Planet Earth]" and "Winter World III" were combined and released on the label Desolate Catacombs of Smersh. After more than ten years of silence, N-616 resumes its activities.

The creators of N-616 are better known by their project EONIC (Ambient / New Age) and cooperation with the St. Petersburg disc jockey and producer DJ Special (Discolies project). 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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