New East Digital Archive
Moa Pillar’s new Humanity album
Exclusive premiere on The Calvert Journal

Fedor Pereverzev aka Moa Pillar is perfect at merging all kinds of genres: from forward-thinking electronica or pounding dark techno to sound art. The Muscovite describes the genre he works in as “spiritual bass”, a deeply dark and atmospheric journey into the future of cults, religions and self-awareness.

Humanity is released by Full of Nothing label based in Karelia, run by Anya Kuts and Ivan Zoloto (also known as noise duo Love Cult). “Humanity is a crushing sound odyssey in all its HD glory,” they described. “Fedor’s day job at one of the leading Russian sound design and audio-branding cliques, Monoleak, has surely paid off: the textures and character of Humanity are as thick as stone. This is dance music for proper celestial freaks and true children of the New Age.”

Digital downloads are available from Boomkat
Cassettes are available for pre-order directly from Full of Nothing

Text: Anastasiia Fedorova