This man stopped using the pseudonym but continues to produce and perform electronic music for himself and for us.
Hereafter you can see a blank sheet of paper it replaces for Denis a press release and an artistic biography at once. This caused not by our laziness or by an inability to create a sensible text, the reason is different. As Denis Davidov supposes, any kind of words which could be said about music itself or about the author of this music would inevitably affect the listener’s perception. So, in order to avoid any side effects or unwanted meanings, it was decided to replace all these played at one scene with
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Listen to some music by Denis Davidov:
Listen more: collaborations and compilations
Daydreaming and SleepwalkingA suitable accompaniment for dreams of different sorts, whether lucid or subliminal, empty or pragmatic, sweet or salty, trivial or peculiar.
Halfway BitterFrom melancholy to joyfulness and back. From melodic depths to rhythmic curiosities. A collective effort resulting in engaging selection of music tracks.
Music for EukaryotesA compilation that both you and your cat are able to enjoy. Along with a dog. And also a cactus. Perceive this selection of tracks from your very core!
FoldoutA compound music composition, varying in tempo, tone, mood, genre and sound. Made by 18 artists via the method Cadavre exquis de la musique.
UncategorizedA variegated compilation made with utter contempt for all the kinds of categorization. The style is whatever, the music is good.
Not So Easy. Less Quiet.A compilation-antonym to our previously released Easy. Slow. Quiet. This one couldn’t be called calming. It’s better to call it
well, not so calming.
Easy. Slow. Quiet.An asymmetrical response to the bustle and noise of everyday life, lousy weather and bad moods.
7×8. 56 Stuff Remixes ItselfA number of original tracks by various artists shuffled with remixes which participants did for each other.
Previously known as: Shtukk
Related link: DenisDavidov.info
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