Igor Rasteryaev

Nashe Radio Top 5: September 2011

Published: September 30, 2011

Nashe Radio plays popular music that isn’t quite “pop.” What’s big in Russian-language rock, rap, punk, R&B, and alternative? Nashe Radio’s all-Russian and eclectic playlist can tell you. Once a month, SRAS provides a snapshot of what’s at the top of their charts, with YouTube videos and links to our Russian music site.


1. “Русская дорога” (“Russian Road”)—Игорь Растеряев


2. “2012”—Алиса



3. “Белый шум” (“White Noise”)—[AMATORY]


4. “Толокно” (“Oat Flour”)—Калинов Мост



5. “Осень” (Autumn”)—Пилот

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Josh Wilson

Josh Wilson is the Assistant Director for The School of Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS) and Communications Director for Alinga Consulting Group. In those capacities, he has been managing publications and informative websites covering geopolitics, history, business, economy, and politics in Eurasia since 2003. He is based in Moscow, Russia. For SRAS, he also assists in program development and leads the Home and Abroad Programs

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