Slovenska Televiza - Tardes de domingo en Pripyat

What if a group of young people had escaped the evacuation of Pripyat after the Chernobyl accident? Behind this idea, one can only find a bittersweet story in which, above the probable dramatic outcome, friendship and enthusiasm for life can be glimpsed. Everything is open in the end, it’s better that way.

“Sunday Afternoons in Pripyat” is the new single from Slovenska Televiza, released by the Barcelona label Manufactured Desire Records. It is an ultra-limited edition of only 22 lathe-cut vinyl copies that, in addition to the main track, includes the instrumental “Micromegas” on side B.

Each cover has been made by hand in paper and binding cloth, designed by Wladyslaw Trejo in collaboration with the prestigious Ukrainian photographer Maxim Dondyuk. The cover image was rescued from the exclusion zone along with other photographs, postcards and family footage urgently abandoned by the disaster and exposed to weather and radiation for decades. Lost memories that Maxim Dondyuk tries to reconstruct in his “Untitled Project from Chernobyl”.

7″ / Digital Album

Posted on February 4th, 2022 under Releases, ,

Slovenska Televiza - Documento

Slovenska Televiza is a minimal electronics duo based in Valladolid and Barcelona. Wladyslaw Trejo and Lunademayo stays close to coldwave then expands to avant-garde and experimental approaches, reaching a proposal as strange as it is fascinating.

It must be said that Slovenska Televiza is not only limited to the musical arena, its commitment extends to other artistic facets as already shown with their very special debut, a performative action implemented in Latvia, where they traveled to leave behind the entire output in several locations.

12″ / Digital Album

Posted on October 22nd, 2018 under Releases, ,