Kvitnu – the end

Today we present you our very last and final release. Yes, Kvitnu is being closed. Our amazing World is developing and changing extremely fast and intensively. And so are we, as an organic and integral part of it.  What time is better for a radical change than during such a great turmoil we all are …

Neural wrote about Voin Oruwu’s “Etudes”

After Big Space Adventure, a double LP published in 2018 for Private Persons, the sound artist Dmitriy Avksentiev, aka Voin Oruwu, now releases ten new futuristic tracks for the label Kvitnu by Dmytro Fedorenko and Kateryna Zavoloka. Native from Kiev, the musician has also performed under the monikers of Koloah and Tropical Echobird. Here he …

Chain D.L.K. about our release of Voin Oruwu

Most followers and fans of the releases by Kvitnu, the label masterfully managed by Dmytro Fedorenko and featuring Zavoloka handling on graphics and mastering, matches them to more techno-driven and electromechanical rhythms and a certain martial attitude, in spite of some of the latest releases moved towards more experimental and ambient stylistic zones, but most …

Toneshift review for Voin Oruwu “Etudes From A Starship”

As Titan opens there’s a spacey shimmer in the sweet theme emerging. A clear, bright journey has been launched by Kiev-based Voin Oruwu (Dmitriy Avksentiev). Between the tones and the gorgeous Mars-like surface textures of the brick-colored coverart (paintings courtesy Dmytro Fedorenko) this is a melodic leap into the space race. The lead track moves fluidly into Rising and then Blur Planet which …

New review for Voin Oruwu by Invisible Oranges

“With his follow-up record Etudes From a Starship Avksentiev makes a giant leap for Voin Oruwu. The record finds the producer liberated from the structures and confinements of standard electronic music. Straightforward progressions are sparse and few in this work, and instead of the usual textures popping in electronic music Avksentiev bases much of his …

Vital Weekly review for Voin Oruwu “Etudes From A Starship”

“Behind the name Voin Oruwu we find Dmitry Avksentiev, from Kiev. He sometimes works as Koloah. I don’t think I heard his music before. For Voin Oruwu he says that it originated from his love for “cinematography and exploring mystical atmospheres”. On ‘Etudes From A Starship’, he offers ten pieces within thirty-four minutes and perhaps …

Voin Oruwu “Etudes From A Starship” – our 63rd release is out!

We are proud to present our new release and a new artist in our catalogue – Voin Oruwu “Etudes From A Starship“ This time we bring you a chronicle of ten futuristic novels that will tell us about heroic deeds and great sacrifices, legends about invincible catastrophes and the birth of supernovas, tales of cosmic loneliness …