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    AT-006 T.V. Sovietica – Maquetas y Demos 1983-1984 LP
    Vinyl Ltd. to 320 copies.

    T.V. Sovietica was an exploratory sound project from Valencia (Spain) developed in 1983 in the postpunk era of the early 80’s which built on the work of “Neonada y Atentados”.
    From these beginnings evolved a brief, dark and unsettled trajectory based on sound effects inspired by electronic German music with influences from the artistic vanguard analogy (Satie, “Musique Concrete” and minimalism) The darkest, most introspective postpunk, radicalising with its’ experimentation, moving towards “industrial”, “anti-music” styles.
    The essence of its’ sound combines the use of guitars and electric bass with electronic instruments (Yamaha CS-15, Korg MS-10, Boss DR-55 , etc) , acoustic percussion, mechanical elements and vocals. Confronting frequencies elaborated from improvised riffs with vocal expression.
    Of the same generation as bands such as Esplendor Geometrico and Aviador Dro.
    The lost model, now recovered in this work demonstrates the beginnings of Spanish synthpop with “Contacto Telepatico”. The influence of New Wave in “La matanza de los bebes foca”, moving towards the conceptual project “Islandia” to which the majority of the themes belong, “ Oxido en tus ojos” (1984) draws to a close a period of work for the band, probably in its’ most corrosive moment.

    D.Martinez (Guitarra, Voz, Yamaha CS-15)
    P.Botella (Bajo electrico, Guitarra Melodica y Farfisa Compact)
    M.Alvarez (Korg MS-10, Boss DR-55 y Efectos Acusticos)

    Remasterizado por Mariano Lozano-P

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