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Usssy
Country
Russia
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Usssy (sometimes styled uSSSy) was a Russian noise-rock band that blends Middle Eastern sounds, including microtonality, into their music. Core members were Artem Galkin (guitar) and Pavel Eremeev (drums, guitar), though both played a variety of other instruments, and they occasionally worked with other people.
Website
http://usssy.bandcamp.com
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (9)
Usssy — Unsharp Mask Usssy — Unsharp Mask
(Bandcamp no#, 2013, DL)
Usssy — Usssy Usssy — Usssy
(Tenzenmen 181tzm, 2013/2016, DL)
Usssy — Afghan Music House Party Usssy — Afghan Music House Party
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, DL)
Usssy — Karpet Birch Usssy — Karpet Birch
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, DL)
Usssy — Live at Substancia 2012 Usssy — Live at Substancia 2012
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, DL)
Usssy — Ud Usssy — Ud
(Bandcamp no#, 2011, DL)
Usssy — Oko Usssy — Oko
(Bandcamp no#, 2010, DL)
Usssy — Rush Hour Usssy — Rush Hour
(Bandcamp no#, 2010, DL)
Usssy — Usssy Usssy — Usssy
(Bandcamp no#, 2009, DL)

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