experimental electronic duo by Andrey Guryanov and Felix Mirensky.
Drojji use free improvisation techniques supplemented by a premeditated conception.
Utilizing EDM elements, narrative structures common for rock and pop music and noise,
Drojji produces a multilayered stream of sonic information. The core idea of this stream
is subtle constant changes based on reworking and recognizing real-time sound
material to reconstruct it with a different process. Drojji creates flexible soundscapes
where recognition is a process rather than a result.
Drojji think of themselves as digital nomads, possessing different information mostly
created or digitalized within the time of our life, rather than knowledge inherent in any
way. Knowing and feeling that Drojji equalize the weight of information they obtain,
question its value. And they also attempt to recreate and reinvent their cultural code.
Drojji are interested in combining their very own human nature with technological
instruments, pushing both of them to the edge. They use their self-created software
combined with conventional instruments and different experimental techniques such as
no-input mixing to acquire primal material. Then Drojji analyze, recognize and
reassemble and reconstruct it. The result of this plays a role of an external collaborator
as well as returns to their production chain as plain sound.
The amount of informational noise balanced with instruments and methods of control
allows Drojji to move their music to the territories not preliminary available, but rather
developing in a real-time. Using their feedback chains Andrey and Felix reacquire their
role of an ultimate analyzing machine equipped with both logical and irrational and at
the same time try to reduce themselves to just an analyzing machine as their
recognition chains are.