As you see, this site hasn't been updated for a long time.
This is not because I quit making music, but, on the contrary, because music and musical journalism
started taking too much time. Nowadays I play in several bands, DJ in clubs and write for numerous
Russian musical magazines.
Furthermore, the format of a static web-site is obsolete now, all the activity has moved towards
various web 2.0 resources. So, if you found this page, here is the list of links providing more
up-to-date information on my activity including muisc and journalism.
Ambidextrous "Elephant Effect" -
my latest album.
Ambidextrous @ Bandcamp - all recent releases and some
older ones are here, listen online and download.
Ambidextrous @ Soundcloud -
visit this page to listen to some new unreleased material.
Ambidextrous @ discogs.com -
Detailed and regularly updated Ambidextrous discography. Albums, singles, remixes, compilation
appearances and so on.
Nick Zavriev @ discogs.com -
Here you can look at the list of musical projects where I participate.
organickloud @ livejournal -
my blog. It's in Russian (sorry, English-speaking friends), but I guess it is readable through
google translate. It is almost entirely about music. Show announcements, gig and album reviews and
a little bit of idle thoughts.
organickloud @ last.fm -
via my last.fm account you can check what I am m listening to.
Ambidextrous @ myspace -
not so regularly updated, but you can listen to the music and watch some videos.
Jermook @ myspace -
my band Jermook. There's me on electronics, the bass player Don and singer Arusyak.
We play a mixture of armenian folk music, trip-hop and electropop.
Jermook @ bandcamp -
Official releases from Jermook, streamable and downloadable.
Dream Mechanics @ myspace -
the band led by Ilya Richter with me on keyboards. Richter calles our music "post-psychedelic".
Light Under Water @ myspace -
Now defunct band led by Dima Pilot of Bosch's With You. Two electric guitars plus
me on keyboards, no rhythm section. Halfway between ambient and post-rock.
Nick Zavriev @ zvuki.ru -
My articles (also in Russian, sorry) written for the oldest russian musical web-zine called
Thanks for coming!