Siberia has always been a hotbed for great rock and roll. Actually, scratch that -- Siberia has never been known for anything except being colder than a well digger's ass. But one band has managed to unearth itself from this frozen tundra and catch a few rays: the Red Elvises. Formed in Los Angeles by two political refugees named Igor and Oleg (how's that for Russian?), the group has brought its "kick-ass rokenrol" straight to the sweaty capitalist throngs for nearly a decade. And if you haven't attended one of its numerous area live shows over the years, you might as well have been living in Siberia, too.