Feodor Chistyakov is a popular Russian musician. He started his career in 1987 as the leader of the alternative rock band Ноль. An original sound of bayan (a Russian variety of accordion) along with Feodor’s strong and distinctive vocals attracted vast numbers of listeners and critical favor.
Zoopark were popular 80s russian rock band. It was formed in 1980 in Leningrad (later Saint-Petersburg) and broke up in 1991 due to the death of its frontman and author of all songs Michael "Mike" Naumenko.
АукцЫон (Auktyon) is a unique phenomenon on the contemporary music scene of Russia: in contrast to the majority of genre-challenged and as a rule stylistically within the framework of contemporary canons
Russian rock band Zvuki Mu was founded in Moscow in the early 1980's. Its lead singer and songwriter Пётр Мамонов (Pyotr Mamonov) is one of the most creative, revered and eccentric figures of the Russian art scene, whose absurdist lyrics are as playful and disturbing as his vocal style and explosive on-stage presence.
Born and raised in St. Petersburg (former Leningrad), the city which in the 80s was to become the center of the national rock culture, Lenia started his musical activity in the late 70s, playing in amateur rock groups. In 1983 he founded a rock band of his own, which was given the name of Auktyon (see also here).
Classmates A.Kagadeev (bass) and his brother S.Kagadeev (vocals, text), and S.Butuzov (guitar, piano), together with A. Liver (Dmitry Tikhonov) (accordion, piano, text), Ivan Tourist (show, vocals), S.
Аквариум (Aquarium) is a Russian rock group, formed in Leningrad, Russia in 1972 by Борис Гребенщиков (Boris Grebenshchikov), then a student of Applied Mathematics at Leningrad State University, and Анатолий Гуницкий (Anatoly "George" Gunitsky), a playwright and absurdist poet.
"Neprikasayemye" ("The Untouchables") is russian rock band, featuring songwriter, poet and film director Igor Ivanovitch "Garik" Sukachev as front man. The band was created in 1994, and since then it has become one of the most talented Russian rock bands.
Garik Sukachev is one of the most illustrious frontmen in the Russian rock scene, bandleader of Brigada S and Neprikasayemiye, with several side projects under his belt, plus he’s a director and a writer.
"Монгол Шуудан" means "Mongolian Postal Service" in Mongolian language. This unusual choice is explained the band vocalist Valeri Skoroded very simply: the band was standing at a bus stop by a Soyuzpechat booth and their eyes were caught by fancy postage stamps with exotic words "Монгол Шуудан" on them. (Note: Mongolian is written in Cyrillic alphabet.)