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Effervescent in its construct, Andrey Pushkarev’s Photograph EP on his newly founded 'Luck of Access' imprint, is an exploration of the interplay of sounds and personal memories. Three tracks of compelling circular beauty curling slandered dub realms in a surreal dream-state of lush, liquid and hazy frequencies.
Written and produced by Andrey Pushkarev. Distributed by Yoyaku. All rights reserved to Luck Of Access.
Andrey Pushkarev continues to move floors with a combination of profound musical knowledge, unique professionalism, and a meticulously gathered vinyl collection. His exquisite taste, sharp technique at the decks, and uncompromising nature have won him a great deal of respect and admiration as a committed promoter of quality music.
The subtle charm of his mixes encourages a reflective, ruminative headspace; a sound which focuses on creating moods, all the while emphasizing the human aspect of music. His placid and uncompromising attitude at the decks masks an unquestioning exploration of the power of spatiality in which every track is given breathing room, and accordingly, takes on a sense of the organic.
It's a work of architectural, structural, and musical genius, ranging from deep and sensitive melodic techno, to soul-beating house grooves, creating a synesthetic aura that is almost as powerful as his record selection. A journey towards the endless pursuit of artistic truth.
A feature-length documentary, Kvadrat explores the realities of techno DJing, using the example of the leading Russian DJ Andrey PUSHKAREV. Filmed as a hybrid between a road-movie and a music video, the film not only illustrates the festive atmosphere of techno night clubs, but also reveals the lesser known side of the DJ profession: weeks of track selection, lengthy travel and a difficult schedule. Shot in Switzerland, France, Hungary, Romania and Russia, the film omits the typical documentary elements: no interviews, no explanatory voice-over, no facts, no figures. The visuals and the techno music replace them, leaving the detailed interpretation to the viewer.