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      CommentAuthormbertier
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2010
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    Pas encore écouté, mais ça s'annonce très intéressant :

    The first episode of the PARASOL ELEKTRONICZNY. RUMOURS FROM THE EASTERN UNDERGROUND series is an exception in two regards. Firstly, as I happened to be on a journey to Tallinn at that time, I conducted the interviews with the artists myself. This task is usually carried out by our umbrella agents. The second unusual feature is its duration. At over 80 minutes, it could almost be considered a double feature. However, television pilot programs are often longer than their follow-ups, and I don’t see any reason why this should not apply to audio features too. Also, the Estonian episode is a good introduction to the vibrancy and variety of the Eastern European underground scene.

    Each episode of the series features some recurring topics and sections: a new national anthem composed by one of the featured artists, introductions to instruments and favorite sounds, miniature audio diaries offering "a day in the life" impressions, spoken word in the local language, descriptions of some local psychological and economic survival tactics and discussions around the "symptoms of the East".

    "We don't know if we are East or West. We want to be more like a Scandinavian country", says post-punk diva Kiwa, one of Estonia's most famous underground artists, who still survives on a bare minimum. Indeed, with its small Protestant population and outlandish language, Estonia has much in common with Finland. Still, there is a strong connection to other Eastern European countries, particularly in terms of their shared political history. Artists and musicians like Kiwa, Taavi Tulev and Aivar Tõnso have lived through the intense political changes that shook their country: from Russian occupation to independence, democracy, capitalism and a right-wing government. Other artists were too young to witness these changes.

    The political and economic uncertainties have also led to the emergence of a rich artistic resistance. In their brutal propaganda satire "Choose order", the radical film group ESTO TV comments on the growing nationalism in Estonia. The members of the group weren't afraid to infiltrate political gatherings of the right-wing party, pretending to be their truest and most radical followers.

    Although artists like Andres Lõo and Kiwa laconically assert that there is "no market for contemporary art", Estonia has a blossoming music scene that is full of optimism. As most of the musicians don't have a job, issues concerning crisis and security become irrelevant. Or, as the musician Rainer Jancis put it: "We can lose our lives but we can't lose our jobs."

    Felix Kubin, 2010.11.09

    Featured artists

    Aivar Tõnso
    Katrin Essenson
    Raul Keller
    Kiwa
    Sequoia (Lotte Jürjendal & Katrin Rätte)
    Taavi Tulev
    Andres Lõo
    Tencu (Andres Tenusaar)
    Rainer Jancis

    http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/parasol/PARASOL_ELEKTRONICZNY_1_Estonia.mp3

    via http://rwm.macba.cat/

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      CommentAuthorubunoir
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2010
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    very interesting. wonder if poland will be featured too? (well, the title is in polish)

    • CommentAuthorRWM
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2010
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    Posted By: ubunoir[div class=CommentHeader][span][/span][/div][div id=CommentBody_48432 class=CommentBody][p]very interesting. wonder if poland will be featured too? (well, the title is in polish)[/p][/div]

    Poland will be also featured in the near future. Thanks for the announcement!