R. Stevie Moore is the icon of low-fi and the pioneer of home-based recording, who has released around 400 albums of all kinds of music: from sunny pop-songs to hip-hop and the sounds of a toilet flushing (a lot of them can be found on his web-site).
Moore, turned 61 this year, is still as full of beans, wacko and talented as before. A shaggy old man wearing huge glasses and an acid shirt, singing psychedelic songs about love, a grandpa we dreamed of but never had.
The night will start with a tournament conducted by the rules of the hood.
The winner of the tournament will receive 5000 rub.