It's 2810 or 2180, or 2081... Wow, so we somewhere out there, right here right now, as always upside down.
What is SHINNE? It's like meta-retro-TRRAANCCCCEEE but 100% ours. The South Pole, fatality, noise on the telly, radio at night. In a scientific way, this is a mental-sensual extract from the symbolic anchors of the pre-millennium associated with all post-technogenic, hard-trance and rave in its primary understanding, cult computer games, cyberpunk and scraps of post-nuclear, dreamlike "memories" (in fact we don't remember was if real or not), a dream about the future and of course about what we don't know.
It's a bit of absurdity and expectation-lessness in a good way, "something like hope" (words from a Russian song). It's about an unrealized, irreversible future. It is somehow sublime, but definitely not pathetic. A real "sweet-n-sour" vibe sprinkled with fragile facets of dreaminess. In general, it is such a distillate of metadata - if you crumble all of the above in a salad, shove it in a still cube and squeeze out a transparent sparkling drop - that would be SHINNE.
And even so, SHINNE is like a group of ravers lost in 1991, performed a quantum leap and got on the magnetic tape of someone's sister favorite cassette. The film was buried in the frozen ground under the Turgenev Bridge for 25 years and dug in 2018. The dudes remained themselves but do not understand where they are and what will happen to them. They tell us something - not words, but clots of emotion-mutants, spilled from the depth, stretched to the present, which seems to inevitably rush to an end. Well shortly shine, please! We're out of timmme.
released January 28, 2018
Label: Hyperboloid Records
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: 01/28/2018
Release type: Digital (all formats)