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‘This Music Greets Death’ is Stas Sharifullin's first ever full album. A grim-sounding title is accompanied by a soft watercolour painting of strange, gentle creatures and their unknown world. A curious juxtaposition. But all is clear to Stas Sharifullin, and everything is as it should be.

“This is a record about the horizon of possibilities,” shares the Moscow-based sound artist. Here, death signifies a new beginning, a clean slate, a starting point of discussion. In a sense, this is a record of extra-ordinary optimism, a record celebrating curiosity and hope, despite an opening track which could be interpreted as nothing but bleak.


Stas Sharifullin’s collaborative spirit shines through in half of the tracks, with Rupert Clervaux, Nikolay Kozlov, Perila, Zurkas Tepla and Julia Sharifullina making appearances as either co-producers or vocalists, their contributions adding unique, but subtle flavours to the pieces which slot into the fullness of the album seamlessly.

  1. 1 - Revolution 0 (feat. Rupert Clervaux) 5:41
  2. 2 - Goodbye Black Sky 6:15
  3. 3 - Hell Is You, Yourself 3:24
  4. 4 - Fake Feathers (feat. Nikolay Kozlov) 3:07
  5. 5 - Carousel 2:37
  6. 6 - This Music Greets Death 1:31
  7. 7 - Climb Higher (feat. Perila) 7:00
  8. 8 - Oneiropolis (feat. Zurkas Tepla) 2:32
  9. 9 - Isles Discontinuity Birds 7:10
  10. 10 - Son 0 (feat. Julia Sharifullina & Rupert Clervaux) 7:59

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HMOT
This Music Greets Death

10,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Revolution 0 (feat. Rupert Clervaux) 5:41
  2. 2 - Goodbye Black Sky 6:15
  3. 3 - Hell Is You, Yourself 3:24
  4. 4 - Fake Feathers (feat. Nikolay Kozlov) 3:07
  5. 5 - Carousel 2:37
  6. 6 - This Music Greets Death 1:31
  7. 7 - Climb Higher (feat. Perila) 7:00
  8. 8 - Oneiropolis (feat. Zurkas Tepla) 2:32
  9. 9 - Isles Discontinuity Birds 7:10
  10. 10 - Son 0 (feat. Julia Sharifullina & Rupert Clervaux) 7:59

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about the cassette

‘This Music Greets Death’ is Stas Sharifullin's first ever full album. A grim-sounding title is accompanied by a soft watercolour painting of strange, gentle creatures and their unknown world. A curious juxtaposition. But all is clear to Stas Sharifullin, and everything is as it should be.

“This is a record about the horizon of possibilities,” shares the Moscow-based sound artist. Here, death signifies a new beginning, a clean slate, a starting point of discussion. In a sense, this is a record of extra-ordinary optimism, a record celebrating curiosity and hope, despite an opening track which could be interpreted as nothing but bleak.


Stas Sharifullin’s collaborative spirit shines through in half of the tracks, with Rupert Clervaux, Nikolay Kozlov, Perila, Zurkas Tepla and Julia Sharifullina making appearances as either co-producers or vocalists, their contributions adding unique, but subtle flavours to the pieces which slot into the fullness of the album seamlessly.

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