ELEKTRO MOSKVA is a feature documentary about the beginnings of the Soviet Electronic Age and what remained of it - a huge pile of outdated, fascinating devices. Today they are being recycled and reinterpreted by musicians, inventors and traders, who carry the legacy into an uncertain future. An electronic fairy tale about the inventive spirit of the free mind.
- more than 25 minutes of deleted scenes and unedited fragments from the rough cut of Elektro Moskva
- Exclusive interview with Artemy Troitsky, one of the most prominent experts on Soviet-Russian popular music about Soviet Made Instruments, the music scene of the 1980-ies in Russia and other background stories.
the bonus material has russian audio with english subtitles only!
EM extended 1 – DELETED SCENES | english subtitled version | 2.0 stereo
More than 25 minutes of deleted scenes and uncut fragments from our raw material. Hear more stories from the inventor of the Polyvox synthesizer, more of Benzo's philosophic thoughts on soviet devices and life and scenes with other musicians and folk inventors.
EM extended 2 – ARTEMY TROITSKY | english subtitled version | 2.0 stereo
Interview with one of the most prominent experts of soviet/russian popular music, Artemy Troitsky. In this exclusive interview, which was shot during our research on russian electronic music, Troitsky talks about black markets and how he supplied ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons with an Ural electric guita...