Новый альбом

Последний из Могикан

Фёдор Чистяков – Баян, Аккордеон, вокал
Алексей Смирнов – гитары, бэк-вокалы, бас (7,9)
Мария Боронина – бэк-вокалы (1)
Анна Аланд – бэк-вокалы (1)
Евгений Турута – синтезаторы, аранжировки, запись (7,9)
Андрей Алиханов – кларнет (2,3,5,8)
Мария Василевская – скрипка (2,4,5,8)
Слава Толстой – гитары (1-6,8,10)
Женя Рок – балалайка (1-3)
Борис Назаров – запись (1-5,8,10)

Записано в студии NYU (1-5,8,10)
Open Sound (СПб) – (7,9)
На коленках)) (6)

Фото на обложке – Кирилл Белов (Arteshok Photography Studio)


Since the early 1990’s, Fedor Chistyakov has been known as the songwriter, front singer, and accordionist for the band Nol’ (Zero), a cult model of Russian rock music. His unique manner of singing and the fact that he played button accordion, an instrument atypical of rock music at the time, made the band stand out, to the extent of being featured as exemplary in Western documentaries on Russian Rock. Fedor developed and added to the tradition of The Doors, The Pogues, Deep Purple, Chuck Berry, James Johnson and other rock classics. He is at the same time quite a sophisticated and insightful composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist musician, whose creative interests embrace rethinking classics and producing experimental instrumental music of many genres and styles. If there is literally the embodiment of the Russian Rock’n’Roll, then it is Fedor Chistyakov.


Musicians works with Fedor in US

Slava Tolstoy

Slava Tolstoy (Boston) – guitarist and producer. Works with musicians of many different genres such as Lynn Harrell, Kenny Aronoff, Eric Marienthal.

One of his most known and projects is International String Trio which fuses Gypsy Jazz with World Music and actively tours in US. He is also part of Valinor Quartet and a frequent collaborator of Olli Soilkkeli, Ben Powell, Bonazlo Bergara and others. Recenty he is partly back to exploring his Russian roots, writing and performing songs in Russian solo and with a band.

Rob Flax

Rob Flax is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, composer, and educator from Evanston, IL with a playful heart and an open mind.

He has performed nationally and internationally with groups of many different styles, including opening for B.B. King and Tower of Power, playing viola and violin with the Trans Siberian Orchestra and YouTube star Jacob Collier, upright bass in an Argentine tango ensemble, mandolin and fiddle in various bluegrass bands, electric violin in several rock bands, collaborations with modern dancers, and more.

Max Ridley

Max Ridley is a Boston-based musician, composer and teacher. He was awarded full-tuition scholarships to study at Berklee College of Music for both an undergraduate and graduate degree.

He has shared the stage with renown musicians such as Kenny Werner, Jeff Coffin, Terri Lyne Carrington, Donny McCaslin, Jerry Bergoniz, Ingrid Jensen and Rakalam Bob Moses. He has performed in venues such as the Blue Note, Boston Symphony Hall, the Kennedy Center and the Umbria Jazz Festival.