Punk TV (2005)

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“Alex Kelman, Volodya Komarov and Kostya Nikonov are the Siberian trio behind Punk TV, carving out a niche for themselves with a set that is sure to extend their appeal well beyond native Russia. Opening with the atmospheric, propulsive "Day by Day," this disc would be perfect accompaniment for a spy movie, with its trick-start beginnings ("Amsterdam"), tick tock rhythms coupled with floaty drones ("Zoomer Goodnight") and plenty of disco guitars for those spies' nights off. They'll probably even get the girl at the end. Romantic avant-garde indie new-wave poptronica? Yes, please,” - Kristi Kates, Remix Magazine

“An electronics whiz, a bassist, and a drummer, all from Siberia, open up theie debut album with a cute, curvy indie-pop tune about being on tour - but quickly they unveil a surprisinf array of dance beats, expert pacing, killer sonic kicks, and a rich atmospherics. Invoking vintage European film soundtracks, American rock classics, and 90s U.K. pop, the album is exhilaratingly integrated, avoiding the usual gauche misalliances of rock, disco, and techno.” - James Hunter, Spin Magazine

“Excellent album from a trio of Siberians who mix driving, droning guitars with thick buzzing electronics. It has a touch of New Order and Ratatat to it, a bit of breakbeat and a dark Flaming Lips-like beauty that seems to be found only in places not on the musical map. Cool.” - Tim Mohr, Playboy Magazine US

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released June 10, 2005

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Punk TV город Москва, Russian Federation

Hailing from the heart of Siberia (the city of Novosibirsk), Punk TV was formed in early 2004 by Alex Kelman, Vladimir Komarov and Kostantin Nikonov & promptly grabbed the attention of the Russian music press, earning high praise as "the best indie-band of the country". The band gigged all over Europe - CIS, supported The Rapture, The Happy Mondays and Ian Brown at their high-profile Moscow shows. ... more

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