Nikita Zabelin: The Postmodern Russian Techno Prince

The strangeness and postmodernist ideologies that exist within the Russian DJ and producers music makes him a symbolic reflection of the country’s contemporary electronica music scene.

“The Russian Prince of Techno…” Nikita Zabelin leans back in his chair and, proceeding with a short laugh, discusses the topic with a weight of solemnity upon his face. The music press inside…

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Music and society writer based in Manchester / Zine Creator @ Knee_Xap / araworth.writer@gmail.com / https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27933642&fan_landing=true

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Alexander W. Raworth

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Music and society writer based in Manchester / Zine Creator @ Knee_Xap / araworth.writer@gmail.com / https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27933642&fan_landing=true

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