“Music of the moment. Endless search for a sound of the future. UK bass, garage, jungle, IDM, ambient – all in one. Pieces of vocal that get stuck in your head like a pop song. Groove, brokenbeats, future.” RESIDENT ADVISOR
Over the past two years, the Muscovite producer focused on integrating film soundtracks into club music in the desire to create music with more emotion. Working in theatre, he soundtracked two contemporary ballet performances, combining various genres to create futuristic soundscapes. Gleb Voev is also a cofounder of the Beryoza ghetto community, which represents the bass scene in Saint Petersburg. He spent the summer in Cuba, making new music under the guidance of Gilles Peterson.
Three Russian “geeks”, Dmitry Garin (Acid Mafia), Alexey Devyanin (Pixelord) and Sergey Saburov (Saburov/SΛB), met online towards the end of the 1990s. A few years later, they established a label that became a community. Today, Hyperboloid is synonymous with “internet bass tunes” – a sonic palette of dark trap, wild juke, colourful synths twisting among IDM beats, and club mutations that dare go to the edge and beyond. The community of mainly Russian producers throws concerts all over the world, their releases are regularly reported on by globally recognised media, and their hometown events expand the horizons of the local audience. In 2015, they received the Russian Jägermeister Indie Award for Best Label, which is unstoppably approaching its hundredth release.
The Hyperboloid Night will feature A.Fruit, Bad Zu, Raumskaya, Saburov and Summer of Haze.