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In the realm of post-punk strains, an enigmatic ensemble has emerged, known as Molchat Doma. This Belarusian trio, shrouded in a cloak of mystery, has ensnared the hearts of listeners with their haunting melodies and introspective verse. Their music harkens back to a bygone era, a time when Soviet echoes permeated the airwaves.


With each sonorous note, Molchat Doma summons a symphony of yearning and introspection. Their compositions, sung in Russian, traverse the borders of cultures, capturing the collective imagination. Themes of alienation and nostalgia intertwine like ivy upon a forgotten mansion, whispering tales of longing and human frailty. Their name translated to English means 'Houses Are Silent', and as a frame subtly indicates the contents of a painting so does their name.

In the year of grace 2018, their opus "Этажи" reverberated through the chambers of the musical realm, an aural feast for the discerning ear. With tracks like "Судно" and "Тоска," they wove a spellbinding tapestry, enchanting listeners near and far. As accolades flowed, Molchat Doma ascended the staircase of fame, their artistry an undeniable monument in the post-punk pantheon.


Language proves no obstacle to the soul-stirring melodies of Molchat Doma. They have traversed continents, igniting fervor amongst a diverse number of admirers; from Europe's storied avenues to the sprawling landscapes of North America.


As the sound of Molchat Doma evolves, their influence spreads like fire, kindling a spark in the hearts of all who seek solace in their captivating flames. Like the brushstrokes of a master artist, they paint upon the canvas of the new wave revival, leaving an indelible mark. With poetic finesse and a sonic allure, Molchat Doma reminds me that music, like life, is an intricate dance between light and shadow, joy and melancholy, forever entwined in a harmonious composition.


TLDR: Belurusian band singing in Russian sounds good yay, yippy!!!!!!!!




















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