Pussy Riot’s Musical Precursors? The National Bolshevik Party Bands, 1994–2007

@article{Rogatchevski2016PussyRM,
  title={Pussy Riot’s Musical Precursors? The National Bolshevik Party Bands, 1994–2007},
  author={A. Rogatchevski and Y. B. Steinholt},
  journal={Popular Music and Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={39},
  pages={448 - 464}
}
Abstract The current article opens a contentious issue for investigation: to what degree—if any—Pussy Riot have been influenced by the provocative, subversive, ironic, and self-contradictory aesthetics of the musical bands associated with the notorious oppositional National Bolshevik Party of Russia (NBP), now known as the Other Russia. This party, formed in 1993 by the countercultural author Eduard Limonov and the self-taught philosopher Aleksandr Dugin, tried to unite left- and right-wing… Expand
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