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Obiymy Doschu biography
The band was formed in 2004 from Ukraine and comprises of the following band members

Volodymyr Agafonkin vocals, acoustic guitar
Oleksiy Katruk electroguitar
Mykola Kryvonos bass guitar, recorder
Serhiy Dumler drums, percussion
Maria Kurbatova keyboards
Olena Nesterovska viola
Olexandra Vydrya violin
Hanna Kryvonos back vocals

In 2009 they released the album Elehia. The music is best described as a blend of ambient, new age, progressive rock.

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4.14 | 24 ratings
4.21 | 54 ratings

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4.67 | 3 ratings
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4.67 | 3 ratings
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4.60 | 5 ratings


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 Son by OBIYMY DOSCHU album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.21 | 54 ratings

Obiymy Doschu Crossover Prog

Review by Booba Kastorsky

5 stars I never heard of this band before, but decided to try it when I saw them in top 2017 albums list. Well, after two listening, I must say they deserve it! They are from Ukraine, and their name means Hug the Rain, and the album name is Dream. Ok, now let's talk about music. I can't really define their style: it's definitely "prog", with all elements of the genre, but it's quite friendly for non-prog listeners. Not because it's simplified, like Anathema, but because on top of well-performed music it is beautiful and melodic. And it is never boring and predictable! A song can start as a heavy metal, and then will morphs into haunting and beautiful acoustic and flute-dominated piece, and then concludes with melodic guitar solo. Arrangement is lush: all traditional rock instruments plus female vocal, plus flute, sax, violin and cello. They sing in Ukrainian, not a widely-spoken language outside the country, so most people will not be able to appreciate their lyrics. But I think it won't prevent prog fans to appreciate this wonderful discovery! We listen and appreciate Rock Progressivo Italiano without understanding their lyrics, right? ;) Actually, I guess Rock Progressivo Italiano would be a closest comparison to how this band sounds! And Ukrainian language is believed to be the most "musical" among Slavic languages, seriously! Excellent musicianship, beautiful melodies, excellent vocals lush arrangement, quality mix and sound, what is not to like?! I rarely give 5 stars, but these guys deserve it! Can stop listening to them!
 Son by OBIYMY DOSCHU album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.21 | 54 ratings

Obiymy Doschu Crossover Prog

Review by mbzr48

5 stars

This is my 1st review ever on this website, I just don't like to write reviews even though I listen to an enormous amount of albums all the time (about 500 a year!) 2017 is shaping up to be the very best prog year ever at least for me, case and point I gave this year to 40 albums 5 stars (I have a list) and here is the latest 5 stars album review!

I came across this amazing band from the Ukraine about couple of month ago when someone brought to my attention this band and their 1st album from 2009 called "Elehia" I listened to few tracks on YouTube and was stunned, on this web site they got 13 ratings and 6 of them are 5 stars, how come more people didn't hear about this amazing band, including myself? I ordered the CD "Elehia" and was blown away by the whole album!

Fast forward to the new album "Son" arriving November 17th, I contacted the band and received a copy from them and this is going to blow your minds away... The album has been mixed by Bruce Soord, It's 72 minutes of complex, hauntingly beautiful, poetic rock music with lush string arrangements and songs perfected over a decade! 15 musicians including a string quartet, 10 sound engineers, 200 hours of recording in 7 different studios and more than 8 years since the debut album. These are pretty unusual numbers for the Ukrainian music scene, but it barely scratches the surface of how much effort, sacrifice and love for progressive music it took for Obiymy Doschu to finish their epic second album "Son" ("Dream").

There are 3 instrumental songs (5,7,10) I gave all the songs 5 stars other than (6,10,11) 4 stars only, judge yourself. If you don't try and listen to this band, you are missing a wonderful experience, 2 albums... both 5 stars how can you go wrong? the lyrics are in Ukrainian so if you don't understand the words (I don't) the music will compensate you 10 times fold! A VERY HIGH 5 STAR ALBUM!!!

 Elehia by OBIYMY DOSCHU album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.14 | 24 ratings

Obiymy Doschu Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Ukranian band OBIYMY DOSCHY was formed in 2004, with Kiev as their base of operations. Their first full-length production, "Elehia," was initially issued in 2009, and one year later the two-track single "Svitanok" appeared. In late spring of 2011 the band signed to the Russian label MALS Records, which reissued their initial album for an international audience, with the title track from the 2010 single added as a bonus feature.

If you can imagine dark, melancholic music that utilizes details from classical and folk music to flavor a blend of acoustic rock and doom metal within a framework set inside the art rock universe, then you're pretty close to what Obiymy Doschu is all about ? not too far away from a band like Nightwish. If stripped of all their melodramatic elements that is, operatic vocals included, replaced by an approach more subtle and refined with subtle folk music elements added to the arrangements. If any of these descriptions sound compelling, the 2009 version of this production is legally available as a free download from Obiymy Doschu's homepage. Just in case this might be of interest to some of our valued readers.

Thanks to chris s for the artist addition.

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