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Alexei Pliousnine

Alexei Pliousnine

Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

Alexei Pliousnine - music performer, promoter, producer, lecturer, leader of APosition Creative Union. Alexei established his own guitar playing technique that he uses in his solo project MONOXPOM. Became active in music in mid 80-s. Since then participated in many projects and festivals in Russia, U.S.A., Germany, Poland, Finland, Argentina, Estonia. Alexei became the first Russian musician to be performing in Antarctica. Performed with: Peter Brotzman, Patti Smith, Famoudou Don Moye, Brian Godding, David Murray, Keith Rowe, Phill Niblock, Shelley Hirsch, Burton Greene, Raymond Boni, Yanka Diaghileva, Egor Letov, Sergey Letov, Gary Lucas, Henry Kaiser, Dror Feiler, Daniel Carter, Borah Bergman, Lukas Ligeti, Frank London, Jon Raskin, Marco Enieidi, Lou Grassi, Charles Gayle, Tim Hodgkinson, Jacques Di Donato, James Fei, Mola Sylla, Rob Schwimmer, Tom Buckner, Peter Principle, Tim Hodgkinson, Dmitry Kahovskij, Pierre Moerlen, and many others. http://aposition.ru/en/

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    "Space Age Pope" by Slice Upon Illusion

    From Alexei Pliousnine (Aug. 22, 2013, 8 p.m.)

    Slice Upon Illusion: Dok Gregory (guitar, theremin, vtol generators), Alexei Pliousnine (prepared guitar)

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    banned soundtrack for the exhibition at the Museum of Polithistory

    From Alexei Pliousnine (May 14, 2013, 8 p.m.)

    plunderphonic collage made by Alexei Pliousnine for the exhibition in Museum of Polithoistory. was banned and rejected by political reasons.

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    "Nors" - by MONOXPOM

    From Alexei Pliousnine (May 2, 2013, 8 p.m.)

    solo guitar live recording

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    "gouttes d'eau sur pierres brûlantes" - by MONOXPOM

    From Alexei Pliousnine (May 2, 2013, 8 p.m.)

    solo guitar work

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  • Jonathan


    Interesting experimental sounds! A mix of meditation style and ambient noises.

    July 29, 2012, 8 p.m.
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