New rock stars do not let the genre die in the post-Soviet space.
There were times when our Russian (read - Soviet) was on everyone’s lips. There were Tsoi, and Butusov, and "Splin", and Shevchuk and DDT, and Sklyar. There were famous rock clubs in the country. Now all this remains, but more in the hearts of music lovers. Everything in the world was eclipsed by popular music. A Russian rock left the stadiums in small clubs. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Leningrad Rock Club. Celebrated it quietly, but soulfully.
K.P.S.S. is a group of creator Sergey Babkin. The collective has nothing in common with the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU). The name of the group was coined by adding the first letters of the names of the participants: Konstantin Shepelenko (drums), Peter Tseluyko (bass), Stanislav Kononov (guitar), Sergey Babkin (guitar, vocals). The group declared itself truly at the festival “Gulyaypole” in Zaporizhia region. The music of “K.P.S.S.” is pop-rock, grange and punk. Sergey Babkin considers his project a musical performance.
“I wanted to play the role of a rock singer,” says the leader of the group. The group has its own pages in social networks and is very popular.
Apparently, this role perfectly well he succeeds. So in vain the once sad rocker Alexander Vasilyev from Splin sang that “the star of a rock'n'roll must die”. The musicians of the KPSS group live and live, giving joy to rock music lovers.