GQ RUSSIA - HOW THE DEATH OF AN EGO CAN GIVE BIRTH TO AN ALBUM
In 1994, Sasha Vasilyev sat behind a drum set on a wet stage in Moscow with his favorite Easton aluminum alloy drumsticks, cracking cymbals as Joanna Stingray and Boris Grebenshikov sang his rearrangement of the Beatles’ song “Come Together.”
GQ RUSSIA - HEROES OF RUSSIAN ROCK: FRIENDS, LOVERS, AND HUSBANDS
Despite what American society tried to teach me growing up - the wedding costumes, kitchen sets, and indelible Disney movies - I have always believed that it is better to be one of the guys than be with one of the guys. I have my mother to thank.
An American in the Soviet Music Underground
Dopplehouse Press, release date September 2020