Moscow electronic duo Drojji will take to the stage at Garage Library as part of the quiet music concert program Quiet, Please!
Drojji is a duo of musicians and sound artists Feliks Mikensky and Andrey Guryanov who perform electronics live with elements of plunderphonics, footwork, free improvisation, and many other genres. For their concert at Garage, Drojji are working on a special quiet program where they will revisit lyrical songs of the 1960s and 1970s, using this music material for discovering parallels with some extreme electronics via the common romantic spirit they share.
In the musicians’ own words, “Drojji is an exploration of neurotic energy, its relationship with the excessive information flow breaking beyond any limits, as well as the relatively recent possibility of and, perhaps, necessity in having several simultaneous information flows”.
Born in Moscow in 2017, the Drojji duo has since performed at Moscow venues, including New Space Theater of Nations, Winzavod Moscow Contemporary Art Center, and GROUND Gallery. Their tracks have been included in various independent compilations released by Russian and foreign labels