Ambidextrous is Nick Zavriev, an electronic musician from Moscow who lists the likes of Ulrich Schnauss, Zombi, Oneohtrix Point Never, Aphex Twin and Bochum Welt as influences.

This LP is a highly-limited (80 copies), hand-numbered affair on transparent green vinyl.

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Geek Mythology by Ambidextrous
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9/10 Ian 07 August 2014

We have two new releases on the Russian electronica label Sealt this week and this one in particular has really tickled my fancy, the minute the needle hits the groove I’m taken straight back to my hedonistic acid fueled youth, throwing shapes in the psychedelic church of the Megadog circa 1993. This veteran of Russian electronic music Nick Zavriev otherwise known as Ambidextrous has been making this lush ambience for quite some time now and this latest album of his is an absolute joy. If like me you have a fondness for this kind of old school chillwave akin to the glory days of Rising High Records and ambient soundsmiths like the late great Pete Namlook and The Irresistible Force, then you probably spent hours and hours in the Whirl-Y-Gig tent at Glastonbury monging out to the widescreen sounds of The Orb and Astralasia, if so then I guarantee this will be right up your street for sure. 

‘Geek Mythology’ is a mind melting sci-fi soundtrack with pulsing synths and just the right amount of rhythm to keep a constant groove throughout the album, as well as the 90’s psych trance nostalgia there’s also a dash of classic synth legends Tangerine Dream and Vangelis in there. Sealt Records have been putting out some excellent electronic music over the last few years, bringing a lot of unknown Russian artists like this to a more deservedly wider audience.


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