Baran Records / 7inch
Bioconstructor should be truly considered the godfathers of soviet synth pop and one of the first bands in USSR who used only electronic & synth equipment for their music. The band was formed in 1986 in Moscow and shortly managed to develop their unique “techno-romantic” style and vision. They also gave birth to the famous russian band “Technologiya”, which later got national fame and recognition. Despite their successful concert activity all around Soviet Union only one tape album was recorded. Some tracks from this album (with an altered sound) were released in 1989 on a split LP with a band “Farewell, Youth!” on the USSR’s only major label Melodiya.
A year later Bioconstructor split, but shortly afterwards the former leader and vocalist of the band, Alexandr Yakovlev, transformed this project into Bio — a techno-pop group which are active until today. This unique record is in a certain way a representational release. It includes a self titled track by Bioconstructor and another powerful one — “Teletourism”. Audio was taken from original tapes from Alexandr's personal archives. Limited to 320 copies, Baran Records 003