KOSMOFEST AT the MUSEUM of COSMONAUTICS in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the great October Space Revolution!!!
60 years ago something happened that never was before. The rocket built by the human hands of people, overcoming the earth’s gravity, rushed into space, and then people heard sounds coming from the orbit. “PI-PI-PI-PI…” – sounded from the orbit. People clung to the radio, listening to the sky, young men were calling for girls to search for a moving star in the night sky (by the way, after such “satellite” nights families were created and even the children were born). Fathers urgently learned the constellations not to lose their credibility. And even in the distant Namib desert Bushmen cut a new petroglyph on the stones.
On October 8, Sunday, the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the space age will be celebrated in the Museum of Cosmonautics by the bands “Neboslov”, “Cape moon”, “Ieroglif”, “Eternal Wanderers”, “Aqualung”, “Port of Juky”, “Oxo and Invisible”, “Wind Ship”. In addition, at the festival will perform a number of poets with their poems of space: Svetlana Chernova, Anastasia Lukomsky, Olga Komissarova, Kristina Usova etc.
We are glad to present a live version of the song “Valley of Oblivion” performed on June 3rd 2016. The song is devoted to people of art and science who were forgotten by those for whom they lived and worked. Oblivion as one facet of the Cosmic Sorrow.
Here are some fragments of Eternal Wanderers’ performance at the festival Art-Aura 4 Feb 2017. Included excerpts from the songs: Following a Neutrino’s Flight, the End of the Satellite Age, The Mystery of The Cosmic Sorrow.