musician, composer, sound artist, event organizer, journalist.
Born 1960 in Moscow. Started his music career in late 70s, playing with local new-wave/post-punk, electro-pop and industrial bands (The Centre, The Prospekt, Notchnoi Prospekt, Alexey Tegin group). In late 80s-early 90s he moved to more experimental sounds, mixing noise, free improvisation, field recordings, spoken word, techno, traditional, contemporary music, sound tracks etc….
He collaborates with many Russian and international musicians, projects, artists, dance and theatre companies. Participated solo and with different projects at many international festivals (Sonar (Barcelona), Avanto (Helsinki), Phonotaktik (Vienna), CTM (Berlin), The Morning Line (Vienna), Mutek (Montreal), FIMAV (Victoriaville, Canada), Sonic Protest (Paris), Sonic Circuits (Washington DC), Interpretations (NYC), Unsound (Krakow), SKIF (St.Petersburg), Geometry Of Now (Moscow), MENT (Ljubljana) and many others), tours in Europe, North America and China. His discography contains more than 100 albums and compilations, released in Russia and other countries.
Since 2003 he curates annual festival of experimental music «Noise and Fury» for The DOM Cultural Centre in Moscow.
During the 80-2000s Borisov worked for different radio stations in USSR and Russia, wrote for life style and music magazines and websites in Russia and abroad.
Slow Slow Loris(Electronics)
Slow Slow Loris use voice and electronics to search for the intersections where melody meets noise, emotional meets avant-garde, feminine meets industrial, non-rhythm meets accuracy, and raw meets craft. Following up their debut album, From Monster till Mourning on Staaltape, they released their second album, Of Heroes in Helium in May 2017 on Cloister Recordings.
-Michyasu Furutani/// Dance, Vocal
-Ken Mutant/// vocal
-Han Sato/// tenor saxophone
Amélie Legrand + Adam Goodwin(Cello/Double Bass)
Amélie Legrand is a French cellist and composer currently based in Berlin, Germany. She is active within many different musical scenes, including noise rock, Arabic music, free improvisation and film score composition. She is dedicated to exploring the cello to its fullest potential and collaborating with various performers and artists.
Adam Goodwin is a Texan double bassist, composer, and visual artist. He engages in a wide spectrum of artistic activity that involves frequent collaboration with performers, composers, sound artists, choreographers, dancers and visual artists.
Having completed music degrees in both classical and contemporary double bass performance, Goodwin moved to Berlin, Germany to delve fully into the world of experimental and improvised music. He is also active within the Turkish and Arabic music scene in Berlin.
Tatsumi Ryusui(Ambient Guitar/33 guy)
is a Berlin based musician born in Ehime, Japan. He taught himself to play guitar at the age of 10, and since this point has expanded into the world of circuit bending, the collection of field
recordings and building his own instruments. He is active within the experimental music scene in Berlin, where he has lived and worked since 2009.