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"SIBERIAN NEWSPAPER"

Siberian-Newspaper
The violins that laugh and cry, run uncontrollably or slowly swing and wave in the fine company of percussion, guitar, piano, didgeridoo and contrabass.

Seven musicians creating marvelous, pulsating, extremely stimulating sonic matter founded Siberian-Newspaper in 2005; since then they have released two albums: [COMICAL SALUTE] and [ASIATIC SPY].

Their music is vivid, dramatic or soothing, moving, hypnotizing and attracting attention, emotional, sparkling with changeable colours.
At times it sounds like electrifying stream and sometimes it gently wraps around you like ephemeral, magical smoke.

While listening to it one may sense the familiar, well-known motives, but also get enchanted by the new, exotic tones.

Exceptional.

So far my most favourite piece has been 'New Delhi Stream', but I keep listening...
- yesternight.pl


"Rising star from rising sun"

Siberian Newspaper boast one of the best names of the weekend, and as the musicians gather onstage (a couple of seated men with acoustic guitars, a drummer, violin, double bass, keyboards and a lad sat cross-legged at the side of the stage with a colourful digeridoo-type-thing) there's no way of knowing what they might sound like. The answer, when we finally manage to collect our thoughts after half an hour of quite the most stunning music of the weekend, is - everything. All instrumental and with arrangements of orchestral complexity, they sound - if this doesn't appear too much of a ridiculous exaggeration - like all the music on Earth. The hot rhythms of a North African souk blended with medieval English folk; Spanish guitars and the Aboriginal drone of the didgeridoo; the widescreen post-rock of Godspeed and their Canadian contemporaries, the glacial Arctic soundwaves of Sigur Ros and the classical-hued pop of The Durutti Column. Some tracks are wildly danceable, others brooding landscapes. And yet the result is consistent, well-rounded and resolutely unpretentious - the seven surprisingly young musicians smile at each other between bouts of necessary concentration, and towards the end address the almost universally speechless crowd in shy, faltering English: "It is an honour to come here and play our music." No mate, it's an honour to have you here playing it. The large pile of CDs for sale is gone in minutes; everyone I know who was there came away with one and all agree they were the revelation of the weekend. - Cath Aubergine


"SIBERIAN NEWSPAPER"

Siberian-Newspaper
The violins that laugh and cry, run uncontrollably or slowly swing and wave in the fine company of percussion, guitar, piano, didgeridoo and contrabass.

Seven musicians creating marvelous, pulsating, extremely stimulating sonic matter founded Siberian-Newspaper in 2005; since then they have released two albums: [COMICAL SALUTE] and [ASIATIC SPY].

Their music is vivid, dramatic or soothing, moving, hypnotizing and attracting attention, emotional, sparkling with changeable colours.
At times it sounds like electrifying stream and sometimes it gently wraps around you like ephemeral, magical smoke.

While listening to it one may sense the familiar, well-known motives, but also get enchanted by the new, exotic tones.

Exceptional.

So far my most favourite piece has been 'New Delhi Stream', but I keep listening...
- yesternight.pl


Discography

1st album [Asiatic Spy]
2nd album [Comical Salute]
3rd album [Historia Siberiana]
1st DVD [That's comical salute show.]
BBC radio aired "Miss silence" from Comical Salute, "The Story Of The Exiled War-Horse That Escaped From The Stockade" from Asiatic Spy.

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SIBERIAN NEWSPAPER, formed by Takao Amori in 2005, is an acoustic septet consisting of Violin, Acoustic guitar, Classic guitar, Contrabass, Piano, Percussion and Didgeridoo. The unique combination of the instruments weaves together to break free from the conventional Rock music. They keep the time, the place and the occasion in mind, Their variable ensemble is sometimes gentle and sometimes rude to evoke the scene, colors, smells, memory and feeling from your deep inside. Their 1st album “ASIATIC APY” was released in 2006, which received high praise from inside and outside of Japan. A half year later, they made a big success in "IN THE CITY" Manchester U.K. "Like all music of the world." stated local media, and the reputation gradually spread. Having heard this news, BBC RADIO aired their songs over and over. In 2007, they performed at FUJIROCK FESTIVAL, the biggest rock festival in Japan. Their 2nd album "COMICAL SALUTE" was released in 2008. In 2009 "The Four Seasons" released ,an innovative remake of Antonio Vivaldi's famous classical work of the same name. The band freely combine and mix styles from around the world including European folk, gipsy swing, blues, latin, irish, bossa nova, ska, and even metal and minimal music. The album's twelve songs each evoke different landscapes of the world's seasons.

In 2010, They have held one band music festival “ZOOBERIAN” by themselves. The band played 65 songs from 12 pm to 10 pm.