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Moscow's cultural scene is famously enormous and varied - but where to start? Our arts-savvy editorial team trawl what's on offer, to bring you our selection of Culture Picks for your leisure time. Current and upcoming recommendations are:
24.11.18  23:00 Signal Dome
Signal Dome is a large-scale urban event that will take place in a unique post-industrial space of Moscow Media Dome with a capacity of 5,000 people. Featuring such techno artists as Ancient Methods, Matthew Dear, Peder Mannerfelt, Kwartz, the event will be the first one after the Signal summer festival in Nikola Lenivets that brought together more than 7,000 visitors. In October, Matthew Dear released his new album and Ancient Methods rocked the techno-music lovers with a podcast for Resident Advisor. And soon, in November they both will head the lineups of the upcoming festival in the gigantic dance spaces of Moscow Media Dome. Read more
Moscow Media Dome 
28.11.18  20:00 Oi Va Voi (UK)
Formed at the dawn of the millennium by six young Londoners with diverse musical roots, Oi Va Voi made an instant impact with their debut album "Laughter Through Tears." Musically, the band spearheaded a movement of Jewish musicians to bring cultural styles into contemporary songwriting. The band blended their heritage with an emphasis on modern pop sensibilities reflecting their own individual interests in indie rock and alt-folk and the urban dance music of the clubs of London. The band takes its name from a Yiddish-derived exclamation popular in modern Hebrew meaning, approximately, "Oh, my gosh!". Produced by Grammy award winners Bacon & Quarmby, their first album was a double winner at the BBC Radio 3 World Music awards and Dutch Edison Award winner. It was listed in The New York Times Top 10 albums of the year and launched the career of guest vocalist KT Tunstall. This November the band is coming to Moscow to present its new album. Read more
Sixteen Tons 
 
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