Xuman

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Xuman
Xuman band.jpg
From left to right: Sasha Xuman and Ilya Sosnitskiy
Background information
Origin Moscow, Russia
Genres Epic pop, electropop, indie rock
Years active 2009-Present
Labels Xuman Records
Website Xuman Records
Members Sasha Xuman
Ilya Sosnitskiy
David Sagamonyants
Past members Dmitry Vinnikov

Xuman [ˈhju:mən] is an epic pop band from Moscow, Russia founded May 11, 2009 by Sasha Xuman and Ilya Sosnitskiy. Through the band's lifetime their style switched from electropop[1] to indie rock music. But by releasing Play single in December 2012 they have found their own style.

History[edit]

Xumans first public appearance was made in December 2009. During 2010 Xuman has been forming its live band and started playing gigs across Russia. When the Golden Age album came out in March 2011,[2] Xuman started its Golden Age tour that ended in October of that same year. There were no live acts of the band in 2012 as band members were occupied with Xuman Records sound production work. By the end of 2012 Xuman started making new tracks again with a fundamentally different approach and released the new 'Play' single in December. In May 2013 they released '49 Nymphomaniacs' EP. A new live program was presented at Bosco Fresh Fest in Moscow the same month.

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Discography[edit]

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Singles[edit]

  • 2010 — Panic[4]
  • 2012 — Play[5]

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