Raskolnikov\\\'s Dream is a melodic electronica project from Greece. Uriel is his first release.
Raskolnikov\\\'s Dream has received some positive review from the press. Silent Ballet (http://www.thesilentballet.com/dnn/Home/tabid/36/ctl/Details/mid/384/ItemID/2315/Default.aspx) has described the album as following
\\\"Raskolnikov dreamed a terrible dream. He dreamt that he was a child again, back in the little town they used to live in. He was a boy of seven, walking one holiday with his father outside the town. The afternoon was gray and sultry, the place just as he remembered it, except that the dream was more vivid than his recollection.\\\"
\\\"This is the beginning of Raskolnikov’s Dream, both an excerpt from Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment and a the name of a very ambitious electronica project out of Greece. The project consists of one man who calls himself, appropriately, Raskolnikov. Based on his first official release, Uriel, Raskolnikov isn’t a DJ so much as an electronic soundsmith. Thirteen tracks compose here a rich sonic mixture of IDM, ambient, industrial, and several other near-retro electronic genres.\\\"
You can get more info at: http://raskolnikovsdream.com