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‘Out Of Order’ CD, 2007
‘Uniquetunes’ CD, 2008
‘Suicidal Cumshot/Kfp/Zeleniy Dyadya’ VINYL, 2009
'Style Kings' Digital, 2009
‘8’ CD/Digital, 2009



The Uniquetunes band began in 2005 as a jazz-quartet in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. In 2008 the structure was changed and now it includes 8-pieces. Band use only analog instruments (15 for 8 people playing), including: Fender & Gibson guitars, Music Man bass, AKAI MPC 5000 sampler, Korg's SX-1, SX-2 grooveboxes, Korg R-3 synth, Selmer tenor saxophone, Jupiter bass-clarinet, Maxstone soprano saxophone, Vestax/Technics DJ's equipment.

Uniquetunes fairly rapidly became appear on a level with the high professional standards and won the recognition of public and critics. They also have positive reactions from Clutchy Hopkins (USA) & Jaga Jazzist (Norway). But it is hard to define a style of their music: its rough genre is Post-Jazz, Experimental Drum'n'Bass, Indie-Rave and etc.

There followed many shows in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. They shared the stage with Red Snapper (UK), Russian Circles (USA), DJ Krush (Japan), Bonobo (UK), DJ Vadim (UK), Amon Tobin (Canada) and many others. Critics and the audience compare band with Sonic Youth, Enter Shikari, Jaga Jazzist and even Pink Floyd live’s. All shows were a great success with fans from all musical backgrounds. “People dance on Uniquetunes like they dance on Radiohead”, - Juliano Di Capua (theatre stage director) say.
Uniquetunes both work out a musical content and represented themselves as actors in "Medeya" performance (Teatro Di Capua), which had been successfully launched in March, 2010. In March 2010 Uniquetunes won “Best electronic and visual act” nomination in “Contemporary Art Awards 2009, named after Sergey Kuryokhin”