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Vezhlivy Otkaz

06/25/19 | 9:00 pm

DROM

85 Avenue A Map

212-777-1157

$15 and up


25-06-2019 12:00:00 25-06-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York Vezhlivy Otkaz | 9:00 pm Vezhlivy Otkaz, which means "polite refusal" in English, is one of the most original and erratic rock bands in Russia. It was formed in 1985 with a then-popular reggae/ska blend. Since then, they have gone through numerous stylistic changes, flirting with everything from free jazz to Russian folk. Their sound, however, has always been unique and immediately recognizable. Roman Suslov's rhythmic guitar work and unusual high-pitched vocals gives VO's music a precisely constructed, crystal-clear sound that is completely devoid of any of the extra noise so typical of rock-n-roll. The sound is so well organized that sounds almost academic. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=368156 DROM DROM

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Vezhlivy Otkaz, which means "polite refusal" in English, is one of the most original and erratic rock bands in Russia. It was formed in 1985 with a then-popular reggae/ska blend. Since then, they have gone through numerous stylistic changes, flirting with everything from free jazz to Russian folk. Their sound, however, has always been unique and immediately recognizable. Roman Suslov's rhythmic guitar work and unusual high-pitched vocals gives VO's music a precisely constructed, crystal-clear sound that is completely devoid of any of the extra noise so typical of rock-n-roll. The sound is so well organized that sounds almost academic.

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