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Pandora Snail is a Progressive Rock / Fusion band from Saint-Petersburg, Russia.


Ulyana Gore defines her music as "New Art", considering Pandora Snail follower of Impressionism and Modernism in both classical and rock music. "Any serious artist is trying to reinvent the wheel, and we are not an exception. Our "bicycle" - a bright melody, the relative complexity of the composition and no style limitations. "Simply put, it's instrumental music on the verge of prog-rock, fusion and neo-classical.

"War And Peace" - debut album of the band Pandora Snail.





























Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Dilemma 
02. By The Mountain River
03. To Catch The Wind
04. Submarine 
05. James Pont 
06. Mother's Tears
07. Red Rivers
08. Stones' Names
09. Dance Under The Bullets
10. After The War
11. Satori

Total Time: 1:02:27

Line-up / Musicians

Ulyana Gor / keyboards, composer, vocals
Oleg Gorgadze / guitar, electric guitar, conposer, vocals
Kirill Klyushin / bass guitar, contrabass
Artem Gareev / violin
Igor Cheridnik / drums, percussion

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ArtBeat - AB-CD-12-2014-085 

Sounds in the record: Yanina Podrezova, Demyan Titov, Yulia Alexandrova and Nikita Sokolov.

Recorded at the studio "Interzvouk".
Sound Engineer: Sergey Navetnyi
Mixing: Alexey Topolov
Mastering: Sergey Bolshakov
Art: Konstantin Nagishkin
Design: Alexander Medvedev
Executive Producer: Nikolay "BigNick" Bogaychuk

Album released label Artbeat in 2015. 

Biography of the group:

Pandora Snail band was founded by professional musicians in 2008 in Saint-Petersburg as an instrumental project, but in practice the band became the solid team in 2010. 

On February 2011 the band got a new drummer Igor Cheridnik, enough skilled and known musician, who played in many well known St.Petersburg bands such as "Auction", "Kolibry", "Igry".

The whole year 2011 was spent by musicians preparing musical content composed by Ulyana Gor, who was the author of majority compositions in the first album, polishing and making better performance of melodic and complicated compositions.

Since that moment the band became the permanent member of music festivals, mainly progressive, and making recital performances in their native city St.Petersburg.

All the members of Pandora Snail are serious and professionally skilled people. The leader of the band and keyboard player Ulyana Gor has classical grand piano player education. Kirill Klushin is also enough known bass player, the member of "Union of Commercial Avantgarde".

In 2014 Igor Cheridnik leaves the band. His place now is occupied by young drummer Vsevolod Shuvalov.

In 2015 the label from Moscow ArtBeat released the first bands album «War And Peace». 

Today the bands members are:
- Ulyana Gor (keyboards, composer)
- Oleg Gorgadze (guitar, composer)
- Vsevolod Shuvalov (drums)
- Kirill Klushin (bass guitar)
- Artem Gareev (violin)

Information taken from the page Faсebook group.

Listen: 

http://pandorasnail.bandcamp.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-tRT24pISQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wr4tySAiCkI

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 05 2015 at 10:35
Please, change the name of the thread, if it's a Fusion band, it can't be Symphonic

And they play some sort of  Fusion






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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2015 at 01:17
Perhaps the artist closer to the Eclectic Prog, than Fusion.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 26 2015 at 05:30
Pandora Snail is very good band! It definitely deserves to have page at ProgArchives!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 01 2015 at 15:28

Based on their concert I attended last week, I believe they are headed the Eclectic way much more than anything else. They've played more 'James Pont'ish compositions (NOT present on the album, I believe) than neo-classical and even fusion'esque.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 08 2015 at 06:33
Group page on the site JazzMusicArchives: http://www.jazzmusicarchives.com/artist/pandora-snail/
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 08 2015 at 09:01
The JR/F team passed them to Eclectic a while back.  So far I see no movement on this.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 09 2015 at 10:39
Originally posted by Evolver Evolver wrote:

The JR/F team passed them to Eclectic a while back.  So far I see no movement on this.

I hope that soon the case will move. And the page of the group will be created and progarhives.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 10 2015 at 16:35
Now their debut album Pandora Snail available at bandcamp: http://pandorasnail.bandcamp.com

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 15 2015 at 20:58
I liked this. Eclectic Prog is definitely the Sub-genre that suits the best for this band.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 19 2015 at 11:09
I added in the description of the group a little biographical information. 

Quote Biography of the group:

Pandora Snail band was founded by professional musicians in 2008 in Saint-Petersburg as an instrumental project, but in practice the band became the solid team in 2010. 

On February 2011 the band got a new drummer Igor Cheridnik, enough skilled and known musician, who played in many well known St.Petersburg bands such as "Auction", "Kolibry", "Igry".

The whole year 2011 was spent by musicians preparing musical content composed by Ulyana Gor, who was the author of majority compositions in the first album, polishing and making better performance of melodic and complicated compositions.

Since that moment the band became the permanent member of music festivals, mainly progressive, and making recital performances in their native city St.Petersburg.

All the members of Pandora Snail are serious and professionally skilled people. The leader of the band and keyboard player Ulyana Gor has classical grand piano player education. Kirill Klushin is also enough known bass player, the member of "Union of Commercial Avantgarde".

In 2014 Igor Cheridnik leaves the band. His place now is occupied by young drummer Vsevolod Shuvalov.

In 2015 the label from Moscow ArtBeat released the first bands album «War And Peace». 

Today the bands members are:
- Ulyana Gor (keyboards, composer)
- Oleg Gorgadze (guitar, composer)
- Vsevolod Shuvalov (drums)
- Kirill Klushin (bass guitar)
- Artem Gareev (violin)

Information taken from the page Faсebook group.



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"War and Peace" album by Pandora Snail is now available on ProgStreaming

http://www.progstreaming.com/_wb/pages/play-album.php?activeAlbum=01267%20-%20Pandora%20Snail%20-%20War%20And%20Peace
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 08 2015 at 11:37
Please correct the year of the album Pandora Snail. Correct year 2015. Have you listed 2010. "Interzvouk" is not a label, this recording Studio. Artbeat is a label, which released an album in 2015. In 2010 was completed entry batches of tools. Work on the mastering and mixing was carried out until approximately the end of 2014.




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^ Took care of it. Smile

And any time in the future that there might be an issue with a listing for your band, post about it on the errors thread found near the bottom of the forum homepage so that it'll definitely be picked up.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 21 2015 at 01:20
Hi all, 

Very soon we received a small amount of CDs of our album "War and Peace" (Numbered Deluxe Edition). All who would like to purchase our album on physical media, please write here: [email protected]

Attention! Quantities are limited!

Listen to our work on our page bandcamp or on the progstreaming website.




Here are some of the reviews left on various progressive sites:

"War and Peace is the first album by Russian band Pandora Snail. Even though it is an instrumental album, song titles like "Submarine", "Mother's tears", "Dance Under The Bullets", "After The War"...) signals that all the tracks illustrate various parts of a concept touching on different aspects of war. This could make for a dark and even gloomy album, but it's not the case at all.

If I was to categorise Pandora Snail's music I would use "Neo Trad" to do it. The eleven tracks on War and Peace all showcase acoustic violin played in a traditional manner. In good part the violin drives the melodies of this album. Another constant are the very dynamic percussions that also give the music a folklorish feel. This being said, War and Peace should not be considered a Folk music album. On some tracks the band can crank it up quite a bit. The keayboards, electric guitar and bass will then take a predominant role and some very nice interplay will take place, but with the violin and percussions never very far away.

The tracks on War and Piece cover a large palette of moods. Sometimes melodic, sometimes dynamic and at other times quite rock and even heavy. The pieces can be pretty short (about 2 minutes) to epic lengt ("James Pont" clocking at more than 16 minutes). Naturally it's on the longer tracks that the band shows it's Proggier side, even though the instrumentation is always interesting whatever the duration of a piece.

Being myself from Québec (Canada) where "Neo Trad" bands like Genticorum, Le Vent du Nord, Nicholas Pellerin et les Grands Hurleurs..., are very popular (all these bands mixing traditional instruments with modern ones), I must say I was very much impressed by Pandora Snail.

With War and Peace Pandora Snail have put out one of the most interesting new album in the "Neo Trad" genre. Fans of Folk music mixed with Rock, Prog, Jazz... should really check this band out.

Highly recommended indeed."

(c) Marc Roy, www.proggnosis.com

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"Hoy nos toca el turno de presentar al quinteto ruso PANDORA SNAIL por motivo de la reciente publicación de su primer disco “War And Peace”; el título en ruso se escribe “Война и мир”, y de hecho, circulan ejemplares del disco con ambos títulos en la portada. El grupo que grabó este disco que tenemos en las manos por Ulyana Gor [teclados], Oleg Gorgadze [guitarras], Kirill Klyushin [bajo y contrabajo], Artem Gareev [violín] e Igor Cheridnik [batería y percusión]: actualmente, desde la segunda mitad del año 2014, el baterista-percusionista del grupo es Vsevolod Shuvalov. El grupo se originó a fines de la primera década del nuevo milenio en la ciudad de San Petersburgo, siendo su proceso de asentamiento y estabilidad un poco largo, pero con paciencia y una labor inspirada entre los años 2011 y 2013, en base a composiciones de Gor y Gorgadze, el grupo fue completando un razonablemente amplio catálogo propio con la inspiración de sus héroes clásicos del rock progresivo y el jazz-rock. Grabado en el año 2014, el repertorio de “War And Peace” finalmente vio la luz del día a mediados de marzo pasado, a través del sello independiente Art Beat. Mientras repasamos los detalles de este disco, escribiremos los títulos de sus piezas en inglés (el grupo también utiliza títulos en su propio idioma en la edición de lengua rusa).

Durando casi 6 minutos, ‘Dilemma’ abre el repertorio con una dinámica vitalista que está bien soportada por los lineamientos melódicos del violín y el vigoroso groove de la dupla rítmica. Definitivamente tenemos aquí una inspirada muestra de equilibradas presencias de aires folklóricos y fastuosidad sinfónica, además de algunos coqueteos muy sutiles con el rock duro en ciertos riffs guitarreros. ‘By The Mountain River’ sigue a continuación para explorar caminos líricos marcados por una aureola de envolvente melancolía. Algunos matices novedosos emergen cuando el piano dirige unos breves interludios en clave jazz-rockera, pero aquí se cumple regla general del grupo según la cual el violín ocupa un rol protagónico (que no absorbente) a la hora de desarrollar los arreglos de los motivos centrales. Algo renovador tiene lugar cuando llega el turno de ‘To Catch The Wind’, pieza que cumple con la misión de desplegar una agilidad rockera bastante llamativa, permitiéndose así que la guitarra asuma un rol más prominente dentro del bloque instrumental global; por su parte, ‘Submarine’ se mete de lleno en la típica sofisticación melódica del sinfonismo, empezando en clave relajada y serena para luego virar hacia una expresividad vibrantemente extrovertida. Ya estamos metidos en más de 19 minutos de la propuesta musical de PANDORA SNAIL y nos hacemos una buena idea del enfoque artístico que el grupo exhibe ante el público, y es por eso que el momento es idóneo para explayarse en una larga composición de más de 16 ½ minutos: nos referimos a ‘James Pont’.

Una suite ubicada como quinta pieza del álbum: el mensaje es indudablemente claro respecto a la intención de la banda de ubicarla como ítem central del repertorio. ‘James Pont’ comienza con un groove muy marchoso que se sitúa a medio camino entre los modelos de U.K. y de JEAN-LUC PONTY (la época entre el ‘75 y el ‘77), siendo así que los guitarreos se ponen bastante fieros en algunos pasajes: este último factor ayuda al grupo a asentar aires de familia con el jazz-prog de coqueteos prog-metaleros que es tan recurrente en algunas laderas progresivas del nuevo milenio. A poco de pasada la barrera del octavo minuto y medio, una breve sonata de piano pone la cuota de expresividad manierista antes de que una nueva sección llena de punche rockero se desarrolle en un ejercicio de neta sofisticación al más puro estilo progresivo: elementos de YES, KING CRIMSON y DREAM THEATER, además de PONTY (nuevamente), salen a colación en la ilación multi-temática que se explaya luminosamente ante nuestros oídos. Es así como el quinteto arma y refuerza unos vericuetos musicales impresionantes dentro de una lógica multicolor poderosa: el aire etéreo de la minúscula coda sirve para refrescar la mente tras este hermoso asalto melómano al cual fue sometida.

‘Mother’s Tears’ cumple con la función de devolver a la banda hacia el territorio del lirismo sereno, y esto se concreta con una sobria mezcla de sencillas melodías de corte sinfónico con amables grooves de motivación fusionesca. La situación es que el grupo parece abrirse sin tapujos al influjo de los geniales japoneses KBB. La siguiente pieza, ‘Red Rivers’, que no llega a los 2 ¼ minutos de duración, nos muestra una explosión de vitalista alegría a modo de preparación para el momento en que emerge ‘Stones’ Names’ para desarrollar este mismo espíritu alegre y lo arrope bajo un esquema sonoro exquisito. Encapsulado en una sobria ingeniería donde se alternan lo sinfónico y lo jazzero, el colorido patente del desarrollo melódica se centra en tonalidades no muy exuberantes. Una mención especial debe ir para el hermoso – aunque demasiado breve – solo de guitarra acústica que entra a tallar en un momento estratégico. ‘Dance Under The Bullets’ sí se encamina convincentemente por los senderos del jazz-rock con claros matices progresivos. Una vez más, el modelo de KBB se hace aparente como importante punto de referencia. Nos acercamos al final del álbum cuando llega el turno de ‘After The War’: el grupo aprovecha el momentum de extroversión colorida creado por la secuencia de las dos piezas anteriores y capitaliza esta nueva idea, y mientras perpetúa esta atmósfera particular, la capitaliza con recursos propios de la psicodelia progresiva en varios pasajes.

Finalmente, los últimos 8 minutos del álbum están ocupados por ‘Satori’, pieza que instala un lugar idóneo para que el grupo se explaye con soltura en todas las intencionalidades más estilizadas de su propuesta, alternando momentos marcados por una inteligente arquitectura sinfónica y otros donde el groove jazz-rockero se impone con luminosa gracilidad, además de insertar algunos pasajes focalizados en las cadencias pesadas de la columna vertebral de guitarra-bajo-batería. Como casi siempre, el violín es el protagonista más recurrente a lo largo de la ilación multi-temática, pero también hallamos pasajes en los que los ornamentos percusivos ostentan sus vibraciones celebratorias; también hay un interludio dirigido por el piano – a lo RICK WAKEMAN – en el cual se organiza la gestación de un pasaje sinfónico de talante renacentista. Ahora que hemos repasado íntegramente este disco que tenemos en las manos, reiteramos que PANDORA SNAIL ha sido un muy agradable descubrimiento de parte nuestra… más que agradable, en realidad: este disco “War And Peace” nos muestra una nueva luz en el mediodía presente de la escena progresiva rusa, instaurando un recurso de vigencia para el ideal del rock artístico a nivel mundial. Vale la pena descubrir a este grupo y seguirle el rastro en el futuro próximo."


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"Groupe originaire également de Saint-Pétersbourg comme Matushka, Pandora Snail pratique plutôt un rock progressif où s'immiscent des relents de fusion et de jazz instrumental, apportés par la contrebasse et surtout le violon. Composé de cinq musiciens utilisant aussi les instruments rock y compris les claviers, cet album pourrait être assimilé au genre Neo-Trad (style musical originaire du Québec, constituant un renouveau de la musique traditionnelle) proche d'un folk-rock où l'on retrouve des accents de jazz et de progressif.

Le folk-rock teinté de violon, sera effectivement la musique évoluant entre musique lyrique et rock progressif où, musique folk et musique métallique s'immiscent aussi à l'atmosphère générale. Parfois proche d'un Panic Room et parfois proche des Irlandais de The Corrs, les claviers et la batterie apportent aussi une facette plus progressive et plus rock. Ballade folk-rock pour suivre où, le violon danse ici avec légèreté au sein d'une composition, qui porte en avant la guitare acoustique.

Des claviers aériens ouvrent ensuite pour un morceau tourné plutôt vers un folk-fusion, mélangeant avec fougue tous les instruments utilisés, mettant surtout en évidence le jeu de la basse. Comme une jam-session endiablée, le bassiste tire sur ses cordes entrainant l'assistance et la batterie, qui prend alors le relais à coup de caisse-claire et de cuivres. Bien sûr le violon reste omniprésent, accompagnant ici une guitare plutôt funky.

Peut-être légèrement décalé, la musique de nos amis russes respire la recherche et l'imagination, en nous offrant des compositions inspirées et originales. Ici tout se mélange allègrement sans jamais étonner, dans un véritable tourbillon de notes sonores. Funk, folk, classique et progressif s'entremêlent et s'entrecroisent à volonté, pour donner un ensemble parfois déconcertant, mais pourtant si transportant. Ne laissant jamais l'auditeur au repos, les musiciens enchainent les constructions sonores quelque peu hors-normes où, chaque instrument est mis en valeur, prouvant la dextérité de chacun des protagonistes.

Décidément les musiciens russes ont décidé de nous faire perdre la raison, avec des albums où fusion musicale est de mise. Imaginez un rock-fusion où violon classique et relents funky font prendre la sauce de cette étrange alchimie sonore. A la fois intéressant et intriguant, le groupe Pandora Snail nous propose un voyage hors des sentiers battus. Ceux qui cherchent quelque chose de différent, ceci est à découvrir!"

(c) Thirionet, www.musicinbelgium.net

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"Shortly after writing a review for Roz Vitalis, I am once again confronted with instrumental progressive rock from Saint Petersburg in Russia. Pandora Snail may not have such a long history to look back to, but the quintet was already founded in 2008. According to their Bandcamp page, the debut album was recorded already back in 2010, but has only now been released by Moscow based label ArtBeat.

Pandora Snail has been founded by classical trained pianist Ulyana Gor, the band’s sound is of course heavily based on her piano and keyboard skills, although the other musicians also leave a deep impact on the music, especially the groovy bass parts of Kirill Klyushin and the lyrical violin played by Artem Gareev. It’s the latter whose impact allows for parallels to other prog violinists like David Cross (King Crimson), Eddie Jobson (UK), Jean-Luc Ponty (Mahavishnu Orchestra) and Graham Smith (Van Der Graaf). The lack of vocals is made up for the ubiquitous violin that kind of narrates the story. So is this a concept album? Not familiar myself with Leo Tolstoy’s doorstopper novel War And Peace, I can assume that this classic of 19th century Russian literature must have left its traces in the compositions.

The music itself takes some getting used to, this being instrumental and progressive stuff at the same time. The violin gives it all a certain folk affinity, but only occasionally. Most of the time the interaction between the melodic instruments and the rhythm section make for a very jazzy fusion feeling. The six minute opener Dilemma gives right away a good impression of what Pandora Snail is all about. There are the sweet melancholic folk parts, the more festive and soaring keyboard melodies and even some rocking guitars. The shorter To Catch The Wind shows the band from a livelier side where once again it feels as if keyboard and violin are duelling each other. Submarine combines Russian melancholy with an ironic take of groove based jazz rock. The quintet is pulling all the stops on James Pont, a nearly seventeen minute epic prog instrumental to be found in the middle of the album.

There are still some points of criticism that can be mentioned. The production feels a little thin at times, especially whenever the guitar tries to sound heavier. Also the manifold use of keyboard sounds, while normally quite successful, occasionally transgresses good taste, as on the concluding Satori where the overly mellow opening chords make for an awkward Eighties feeling, reminding of Alphaville’s Forever Young, and the heavy chorus effect on the bass guitar doesn’t help either. Fortunately this eight minute track also has its good moments.

I know instrumental music is not for everyone, just like some people have a hard time with progressive rock. In the case of Pandora Snail, the combination works astonishingly well. Ulyana Gor is quite the spirited songwriter who finds usually the right balance between nostalgic reverie and optimistic upbeat parts. War And Peace is an hour long debut album that manages to entertain quite thoroughly. If the recordings are truly already five years old, one can be quite curious about how the band has developed since then. Until then you can get yourself a good time with the band’s moving first album."

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