In the dark waters of Nocktern: Stoimen Stoyanov



10 September 2020 text Kristina Yordanova photo instagram.com/ramble.rattle
He says that right before the apocalypse comes, he'll have to buy a gramophone for his record collection. He'll most probably listen to it in the dark studio that he shares with Aled Ordu, while Malcolm in the Middle (his favourite tv series lately) is streaming on a broken monitor.


Stoimen is the voice in front of the heavy guitars of the band Them Frequencies and at the same time he has a full-time job as a visual effects artist in the film industry. Meanwhile, since 2014 he has been behind Nocktern - an electronic/neoclassic/ experimental/new jazz music project. This year, Boris Malevanov joined him with his drums and pads. In April, the two boys caught our attention with the single Dark Water, which is just the beginning of an entire upcoming album. Before they launch their next single and we see Stoimen at the Radar Festival in October, we talk to him about the important collaborations, the music tapes and Jean-Claude Van Damme.

 

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