VARIÁT just released new collaboration work

Our sub-label I Shall Sing Until My Land Is Free just released a new EP “The Well For The Thirsty” from Monolog & Variát. “In the realm of sonic exploration and artistic activism, the collaborative project between Danish artist Monolog (Mads Lindgren) and Ukrainian creative entity Variát (Dmytro Fedorenko) transcends conventional music boundaries. Drawing inspiration… Continue reading VARIÁT just released new collaboration work

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UNSTABLE IRRITATIONS

On 5th of July at Panke Somewhere between the pre- and post-apocalyptic feeling of reality. With the aim to capture its pattern, as precisely as a man can see its own reflection. In the direction towards the most real one can be. For the one who searches, from the one who searches.Here we are with… Continue reading UNSTABLE IRRITATIONS

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Radio On Berlin with Dmytro Fedorenko

Radio On’s friendship with Dmytro started in the winter of 2013-2014. In a weekly series of skype connections we listened to his reports from the Maidan uprising. Those events turned out to be decisive in the further development of Ukraine as an independent state. Russia didn’t agree with the new government. The war in Donbass,… Continue reading Radio On Berlin with Dmytro Fedorenko

A new interview with Variát from the Chain D.L.K. zine

“… This project sees the imprint of a newly founded label Prostir and blends dissonances, corroded and corrosive sounds forged by hammered toms, drilled cymbals, metallic objects hit like percussion, and over-amplified combined with sparkles of synth-driven pierced modulations and even hooks to folk songs. Let’s give the word to its author.”

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VARIÁT is in Top100 albums of 2021!

http://www.indierockmag.com/article34782.html “I Can See Everything From Here” is in 15th position of Top100 albums of 2021 by Indie Rock Mag version! “On connaissait l’Ukrainien Dmytro Fedorenko pour l’électro-indus forcené et le glitch déstructuré de son projet Kotra, pour les expérimentations synthétiques en tous genres du label Kvitnu désactivé il y a peu, ou plus récemment… Continue reading VARIÁT is in Top100 albums of 2021!

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Yellow Green Red reaction to Variát

Perfect for the autumnal season, here comes the Ukrainian artist Dmytro Fedorenko and his Variát project. It’s kinda like dungeon-synth without the synth, if that makes sense? In place of any obvious keyboards comes bass guitar in an extremely heavyweight form, often bristling at the edges with digital distortion and speakers vibrating beyond their capacity.… Continue reading Yellow Green Red reaction to Variát

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Indie Rock Mag reviewed Variát

On connaissait l’Ukrainien Dmytro Fedorenko pour l’électro-indus forcené et le glitch déstructuré de son projet Kotra, pour les expérimentations synthétiques en tous genres du label Kvitnu désactivé il y a peu, ou plus récemment pour les soundtracks techno post-apocalyptique et vaporeux du duo Cluster Lizard qu’il forme avec sa compagne et graphiste Zavoloka chez Prostir,… Continue reading Indie Rock Mag reviewed Variát

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A short review on VARIÁT from the Silence And Sound:

“VARIÁT builds industrial architectures ready to collapse in the gaping holes opened by metal monsters playing post-metal fueled by gothic folk and cabalistic experimentation. An intense and dark album.” https://silenceandsound.me/2021/10/26/variat/

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