What about tomorrow? An Oral History Of Russian Punk From The Soviet Era To Pussy Riot
Through the use of interviews and photos, this oral history takes you through four decades of the Russian punk scene’s evolution, from the early bands like Avtomaticheskie Udovletvoriteli (“Automatic Satisfiers”) and Naive (M.R.R.) to more contemporary bands like Distress, Ricochet, and the anti-fascist/straight-edgers Proverochnaia Lineika. Lightly skipping over Pussy Riot, who, lets be honest, despite their political and scoial relevance, were a a piss-poor paraody of a punk band.
288 pages, 13cm x 21cm.