The St. Petersburg musician with the unusual and provocative pseudonym Idiot plays modern pop music, which the artist himself defines as sparkle-rock, a" sparkling " sound, an embodied mix of vintage and low-fi sound. This spring, the musician released the album "Siyaniye" - the quintessence of sound combinations of cultural intertext and musical innovation at the intersection of disco and electric rock. The album was inspired by black-and-white films and the "golden era of music" of the late XX century. Idiot's music takes us back to the 70s and 80s, into a special kaleidoscopic universe of bohemian party with rhinestones, which has a place for Russian-French lyrics and eclectic references to the titans of the world stage — from David Bowie to The Rolling Stones. In an interview with "Afisha Daily", Idiot called the album "Siyaniye" a "phoenix album", because the recordings from it miraculously survived the fire just a week before the release — a fire broke out at the musician's house, which destroyed almost the entire apartment.