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Player in the ears, embarked on board and go! "Search Network" will help disperse the adrenaline! This is music for those who do not sleep on life! For those who want to be the best!Read More...
"Searching the Web on a mobile phone, I'm out of your need - it is this line was a kind of Rubicon for the group. Tired of dull tearful, but terribly popular among the young bands style, "Search web" change his music toward unbridled drive. Lyrics are transformed from sad and about love in merry Counting.
Now the band's style is more reminiscent of a bright English rock (Bright British Rock), which is in Russia, why it is called indie rock.
February 13, 2008, "Search web" gave his first concert. Execution of the program makes the audience a mixed impression. Someone did not understand what it was. Someone liked so much that after the concert there was a desire to take his autograph. Group was pleased to see the admiration of musicians and other groups.
Since that time, "Search web" regularly played club concerts, collecting more and more people became one of the winners of the "A Place in the Sun", reached the semifinal of the international festival Emergenza, appeared on television, heard in live broadcast on the radio. The program group is regularly updated with new songs. In April 2008, was released the debut EP of "2008". In December 2008, the studio "Pulsar" musicians for the record time recorded a live album, "Learn How should". " In April 2009 the Internet was published the second part of the album "Learn How should!" And in November the same year was published the song "DiskotEka. In September 2009, a group of interested producer Leonid Burlakov, which resulted in several esters of different songs of the "Search Web" on radio "Maximum". A song called "DiskotEka" live in the TV show "MuzPrognoz" presented vocalist Renat Chess. The song was sung live, so much so that leading the program could not resist and began to sing along. 2010 had marked for the premiere of a new song on radio "Maximum". Andrew Bukharin track "Metrosexuals" in the "Lessons from Russian."