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About Nogu Svelo!

Nogu Svelo! is a Russian pop / punk / rock / theatrical musical band from Moscow.
The name of the band can be roughly translated as “Cramp in the Leg”, but the instantly catchy Nogu Svelo! sounds great anyway, regardless of what it means!
They started in the early 90's and their success has seen them sell over a whopping 10 million records and perform to crowds of over 100,000 at large-scale music festivals in Russia and Europe.

The band’s founder, front-man and primary songwriter is Max Pokrovskiy. His work as a musician, composer, movie actor and TV personality has earned him critical acclaim and celebrity status, forever placing him at the top of Russia's celebrity pyramid. While keeping his status, he remained true to his roots and is a respected artist, both among the independent art scene as well as the pop world.

Max Pokrovskiy is a person of the world and an advocate of the friendship of nations. Not knowing English or any other foreign language, but wanting to be understood internationally, he composed Haru Mamburu, an infectiously catchy, tongue-in-cheek load of waffle in a non-existent language. The song is ridiculous, but it is also quite brilliant and it gives a perfect example of what Nogu Svelo! are all about to an audience in any part of the world.

From that moment the popularity of the band in Eastern Europe skyrocketed, making Maxim's dream of making the music that will be internationally understood and loved closer to reality.

Now Nogu Svelo! are based in Brooklyn, where the most paradoxical band from Russia keeps on creating some fresh over-the-top tunes, flavored with the unique spirit of New York.


The band’s long history manifests in 14 released studio albums, 4 singles, 2 concert DVDs and 28 video clips.

Most of the band's albums were released by the major Russian labels: Soyuz, CD Land and Mystery of Sound. Nogu Svelo! won numerous awards throughout their lifetime including a Russian MTV Movie Award, the MTV Special Prize, the popular Russian TV Channel 1 "Star" award and many other recognized awards.

The band has regularly performed at major summer festivals in Russia and abroad.

In 2019 for the first time in the 30-year history of Nogu Svelo!, the band’s song Eroticheskie Sny/Erotic Dreams feat 25/17 got to the top of the Chartova Dyuzhina chart on Nashe Radio.

2018 marked the band’s thirtieth anniversary. Nogu Svelo! held a concert called “30 years in spite of show business”, that summarized the whole artistic life of the band. Nogu Svelo! managed to demolish the officious status of the Kremlin Palace and received numerous enthusiastic reviews from the show’s audience.

As part of the anniversary, Max Pokrovskiy s company Max Incubator launched a new documentary series blog on Nogu Svelo’s YouTube Channel. It is called “30/30”, or “30 Years in 30 Weeks”, and it chronicles the history of this cult group. The “30/30” special was also broadcasted on the Nashe TV Internet Channel.

In 2015, Nogu Svelo! presented their first US released single, “My Name Is Dick”, was produced by the two-time Grammy Award winning producer, Howard Benson in Los Angeles, CA.

The music video to the single, “Have a Nice Flight”, was released with Game Insight, which gave Max his own quest within their bestseller game, “Airport City”.

Max Pokrovskiy and Nogu Svelo! are regulars guests on numerous talk shows and other types of international broadcasts on such such prominent TV channels as the National Channel One, Russia 1, NTV, Russia 2, MTV, A1, Music Box, O2,etc.

Max is also well known for being the celebrity contender on the “The Last Hero”, Russia's version of the world famous reality show, “Survivor”. The song “I Am Not The Last Hero!”, written by Nogu Svelo! front-man became the main soundtrack for the hit TV series.

It wasn’t the only soundtrack created by the talented band. In early 2005, Pokrovsky wrote the song “We Go East!” for director Dzhanik Faiziev’s movie The Turkish Gambit. The movie was a huge box office success both in Russia and internationally. The group won the Best Soundtrack award in MTV Russia Movie Awards for the song.

Nogu Svelo! composed music for the Moscow Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard. The song remained the circus’s background theme during their world tours.

Besides being a composer and songwriter, Max Pokrovskiy also demonstrated his acting chops in Hollywood films such as Treasure Raiders and In the Rhythm of Tango, for which Nogu Svelo! also recorded songs for the soundtrack.

One of the most notable achievements of the band’s tireless leader is composing the anthem for Team Russia used in the 2012 Olympic Games. The anthem was released to the media at the first olympic event in London.
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Genres:
Alternative, Indie, Rock
Band Members:
Dimitri Vishnepolsky, Max Pokrovskiy, Felipe Hostins, Pasha Karchevsky, Matt Breuer
Hometown:
Brooklyn, New York

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About Nogu Svelo!

Nogu Svelo! is a Russian pop / punk / rock / theatrical musical band from Moscow.
The name of the band can be roughly translated as “Cramp in the Leg”, but the instantly catchy Nogu Svelo! sounds great anyway, regardless of what it means!
They started in the early 90's and their success has seen them sell over a whopping 10 million records and perform to crowds of over 100,000 at large-scale music festivals in Russia and Europe.

The band’s founder, front-man and primary songwriter is Max Pokrovskiy. His work as a musician, composer, movie actor and TV personality has earned him critical acclaim and celebrity status, forever placing him at the top of Russia's celebrity pyramid. While keeping his status, he remained true to his roots and is a respected artist, both among the independent art scene as well as the pop world.

Max Pokrovskiy is a person of the world and an advocate of the friendship of nations. Not knowing English or any other foreign language, but wanting to be understood internationally, he composed Haru Mamburu, an infectiously catchy, tongue-in-cheek load of waffle in a non-existent language. The song is ridiculous, but it is also quite brilliant and it gives a perfect example of what Nogu Svelo! are all about to an audience in any part of the world.

From that moment the popularity of the band in Eastern Europe skyrocketed, making Maxim's dream of making the music that will be internationally understood and loved closer to reality.

Now Nogu Svelo! are based in Brooklyn, where the most paradoxical band from Russia keeps on creating some fresh over-the-top tunes, flavored with the unique spirit of New York.


The band’s long history manifests in 14 released studio albums, 4 singles, 2 concert DVDs and 28 video clips.

Most of the band's albums were released by the major Russian labels: Soyuz, CD Land and Mystery of Sound. Nogu Svelo! won numerous awards throughout their lifetime including a Russian MTV Movie Award, the MTV Special Prize, the popular Russian TV Channel 1 "Star" award and many other recognized awards.

The band has regularly performed at major summer festivals in Russia and abroad.

In 2019 for the first time in the 30-year history of Nogu Svelo!, the band’s song Eroticheskie Sny/Erotic Dreams feat 25/17 got to the top of the Chartova Dyuzhina chart on Nashe Radio.

2018 marked the band’s thirtieth anniversary. Nogu Svelo! held a concert called “30 years in spite of show business”, that summarized the whole artistic life of the band. Nogu Svelo! managed to demolish the officious status of the Kremlin Palace and received numerous enthusiastic reviews from the show’s audience.

As part of the anniversary, Max Pokrovskiy s company Max Incubator launched a new documentary series blog on Nogu Svelo’s YouTube Channel. It is called “30/30”, or “30 Years in 30 Weeks”, and it chronicles the history of this cult group. The “30/30” special was also broadcasted on the Nashe TV Internet Channel.

In 2015, Nogu Svelo! presented their first US released single, “My Name Is Dick”, was produced by the two-time Grammy Award winning producer, Howard Benson in Los Angeles, CA.

The music video to the single, “Have a Nice Flight”, was released with Game Insight, which gave Max his own quest within their bestseller game, “Airport City”.

Max Pokrovskiy and Nogu Svelo! are regulars guests on numerous talk shows and other types of international broadcasts on such such prominent TV channels as the National Channel One, Russia 1, NTV, Russia 2, MTV, A1, Music Box, O2,etc.

Max is also well known for being the celebrity contender on the “The Last Hero”, Russia's version of the world famous reality show, “Survivor”. The song “I Am Not The Last Hero!”, written by Nogu Svelo! front-man became the main soundtrack for the hit TV series.

It wasn’t the only soundtrack created by the talented band. In early 2005, Pokrovsky wrote the song “We Go East!” for director Dzhanik Faiziev’s movie The Turkish Gambit. The movie was a huge box office success both in Russia and internationally. The group won the Best Soundtrack award in MTV Russia Movie Awards for the song.

Nogu Svelo! composed music for the Moscow Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard. The song remained the circus’s background theme during their world tours.

Besides being a composer and songwriter, Max Pokrovskiy also demonstrated his acting chops in Hollywood films such as Treasure Raiders and In the Rhythm of Tango, for which Nogu Svelo! also recorded songs for the soundtrack.

One of the most notable achievements of the band’s tireless leader is composing the anthem for Team Russia used in the 2012 Olympic Games. The anthem was released to the media at the first olympic event in London.
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Indie, Rock
Band Members:
Dimitri Vishnepolsky, Max Pokrovskiy, Felipe Hostins, Pasha Karchevsky, Matt Breuer
Hometown:
Brooklyn, New York

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