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The odd phrase Oblcast requires a little explanation. It consists of two elements, the first of which is the English word "broadcast." The second is "oblast," the Russian term for region or district. In this case, the region in question is Samara, a southern river port on the Volga. The staff at Oblast declare their intention to "only publish local stuff," although that certainly doesn't limit matters to Samara alone.
The emphasis here is instead upon "local" in the sense of avoiding Moscow and its centralized grandeur. For that reason, one of the most recent Oblcast publications has come from Mårble in Novosibirsk. More specifically, Mårble is a collaboration between Anton Glebov (SHR) and Mikhail Gavrilov (Misha Sultan) - who then publish through St. Petersburg's Hair.del label. Moscow is bypassed entirely.
Stylistically, we're dealing with "post-tape" psychedelia - the use of flutter, wobble, and other indicators of instability as a soundtrack to provincial life. When physical distances are disabling, mental escape only grows in its appeal and/or impact.
For more, visit: https://oblast.info/
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