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A review from Black Magazin (Früjahr 2003)

Aus Nord-Siberien habe ich, glaube ich, noch nie eine CD in den Händen gehalten, geschweige denn rezensiert. Es gibt halt immer ein erstes Mal und ich muss sagen, dieses erste Mal gefällt mir! Ausgefallenen Musik machen die beiden Russen da, hauptsächlich elektronisch, aber mit einigen akustischen Instrumenten und einer großen Portion Einfallsreichtum und Experimentierfreude. Die Musik zu beschreiben fällt nicht ganz leicht: ein wenig...

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A review from Funprox Review (May 2003)

I’m not hearing Russian music daily, but the artists that I’ve come across so far are usually to my liking. Not that I want to generalize Russian music, there is plenty of variety within their underground scene. Roricat, a new name for me, is certainly no conventional act. The two members Julica Rorica (voices and ‚magic‘) and Eugene T (guitars and machine) weave minimal but lovely carpets of sound. Uki Uki gives me...

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A review from Sonic Curiosity (May 2004)

The Wonderment of Roricat This CD from 2002 features 72 minutes of superbly crafted electronic music. Roricat is a Russian duo consisting of: Julica Rorica on voices and magic, and Eugene T on guitars and machines. Prepare to be astounded. Layers of crystalline guitar strains are interwoven with languidly lively electronics and sparse hand-drum percussion. When put into words, it sounds so minimal, yet what this duo create is a brilliant...

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RORICAT: Uki Uki (CD)

RORICAT: Uki Uki (CD)

Russian psychedelic dada-electronics & spacey post-rock. Russian duo consisting of Eugene & Julica make spacey, abstract instrumentals. Heavily delayed guitar strumming, accompanied by various random sounds and minimal hand drum percussion. Light & airy ambient guitars with subtle rhythms. Very relaxing yet propagates passion. A strange odd ditty, acoustic guitars, tiny cutesy little lead synth and sometimes an itty bitty Power...

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