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Monument
Монумент
Molchat Doma - Monument.png
Studio album by
Released13 November 2020
Recorded2020 in Minsk
Genre
Length40:11
LanguageRussian
LabelSacred Bones
ProducerRoman Komogortsev[a]
Molchat Doma chronology
Etazhi
(2018)
Monument
Монумент

(2020)
Singles from Monument
  1. „Не смешно„
    Released: 15 September 2020
  2. „Дискотека„
    Released: 14 October 2020
  3. „Ответа нет„
    Released: 29 October 2020

Monument (Russian: Монумент) is the third studio album by Belarusian post-punk band Molchat Doma. It was released on 13 November 2020 through Sacred Bones Records, their first release with the label after signing with them in January 2020. It was recorded in their home town of Minsk in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused the cancelation of their previously planned 2020 tour. The singles „Не смешно“ (Not Funny), „Дискотека“ (Discothèque), and „Ответа нет“ (No Answer) were released in promotion of the album. Monument received positive reviews from critics and entered some US Billboard charts, including Top Album Sales at number 97 and World Albums at number 12.

Background

Molchat Doma’s second studio album, Etazhi (Floors), was released in September 2018. Throughout the next year, the album slowly gained popularity on YouTube through an unofficially uploaded stream of the album, which gained roughly two million listens before being taken down due to a copyright notice, as well as recommandations and playlists on the platform.[1][2][3] While touring in 2019, the band performed the then-unrecorded songs „Не смешно“ (Not Funny) and „Ответа нет“ (No Answer), both of which would later appear on Monument.[4]

The band later signed with American independent record label Sacred Bones Records in January 2020.[5] Around the same time, one of the songs from Etazhi, „Судно (Борис Рыжий)“ (Vessel (Boris Ryzhy)), began gaining popularity on the video sharing platform TikTok as a result of it being used frequently as background music in videos on the platform;[6] this would cause the song to eventually reach No. 2 on the Spotify worldwide Viral 50 chart[7] and No. 1 on the United States Viral 50 chart.[1] Molchat Doma were set to tour North America, alongside American singer-songwriter Chrysta Bell,[5] in 2020, but were forced to postpone their tour dates when the COVID-19 pandemic had severely impacted the continent.[6] While isolating in their home town of Minsk due to the severity of the pandemic, they began recording a new album.[4]

Promotion and release

Monument was officially announced as Molchat Doma’s third studio album on 15 September 2020. On the same day, they released the lead single from the album, „Не смешно“.[8] A music video for the song was released on 29 September.[9] A second single from the album, „Дискотека“ (Discothèque), was released on 14 October, with a music video also being released on the same day.[10] The third and final pre-release single for the album, „Ответа нет“ was released on 29 October, with an accompanying lyric video also being released for it. The band also performed the song live on the Russian late night talk show Evening Urgant.[11]

Monument was released on 13 November 2020 through Sacred Bones Records, the band’s first release through the label. It received releases on digital platforms for download and streaming as well as physical releases. It received standard releases as a CD, cassette, and black 12-inch vinyl.[4] The album also received multiple exclusive vinyl releases. Through Sacred Bones‘ website, a blue vinyl limited to 2,000 copies, „blue ice“ vinyl limited to 1,000 copies, and blue vinyl with deluxe packaging limited to 400 copies were made available. Members of Sacred Bones‘ Record Society club were also able to exclusively order a „purple stardust“ vinyl through the website.[4] Exclusive versions were also sold by Rough Trade in the United Kingdom as a „black and clear splatter“ vinyl,[12] Newbury Comics in the United States as a silver vinyl,[13] and Seasick Records in the United States as a „blue stardust“ vinyl.[14]

Reception

Critical

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic80/100[15]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[16]
Loud and Quiet8/10[17]
musicOMH[18]
Pitchfork7.0÷10[19]
PopMatters[20]
Spectrum Culture80%[21]

Monument received positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from professional publications, the album received an average score of 80, based on 5 reviews, indicating „generally favorable reviews“.[15] AllMusic’s Paul Simpson felt that Monument sounded „brighter and more polished“ than Etazhi as well as „more overtly danceable than their earlier records“. Simpson further stated that the album contained „some of their most hook-filled songs to date“.[16] Nick Soulsby of PopMatters wrote that „the album’s clearest virtue is its precision: nine songs, no filler, no visible weaknesses — Monument is as solid as the monoliths to which it harkens“.[20]

Matt Cotsell of musicOMH complimented the album’s title and overall imagery, adding that „Molchat Doma are having a blast reclaiming their heritage and proving themselves to be a more than an entertaining chip off the old Bloc“.[18] Writing for The Quietus, Laviea Thomas wrote that „in so many ways, Monument encapsulates everything Molchat Doma has to offer“, feeling that it was a proper finish to a successful year for the band that included a signing to Sacred Bones Records and an uptick in streams.[22] Pitchforks Ashley Bardhan felt the album’s performances sounded „more confident“ with the music sounding „less muddy“, also complimenting the band’s decision not to „[pander] to the audience attracted by their improbable TikTok breakthrough“.[19]

Commercial

In the United States, Monument failed to enter the Billboard 200, the primary album chart for the country, although it entered other Billboard charts. On the Top Album Sales chart, which counts only pure album sales, the album entered at No. 97.[23] On the World Albums chart, which ranks the best-selling world music albums, the album entered at No. 12.[24] Additionally, it peaked at No. 14 on the Top Tastemaker Albums chart[25] and number 21 on the Heatseekers Albums chart.[26]

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Egor Shkutko; all music is composed by Roman Komogortsev.

Monument track listing[27]
No.TitleLength
1.„Утонуть“ (Utonut‘, „Drown“)5:44
2.„Обречен“ (Obrechen, „Doomed“)4:08
3.„Дискотека“ (Diskoteka, „Discothèque“)4:04
4.„Не смешно“ (Nye smeshno, „Not Funny“)3:52
5.„Ответа нет“ (Otvyeta nyet, „No Answer“)4:02
6.„Звезды“ (Zvezdy, „Stars“)3:46
7.„Удалил твой номер“ (Udalil tvoy nomer, „Deleted Your Number“)5:10
8.„Ленинградский блюз“ (Leningradskiy blyuz, „Leningradian Blues“)4:00
9.„Любить и выполнять“ (Lyubit‘ i vypolnyat‘, „To Love and Fulfill“)5:26
Total length:40:12

Personnel

Personnel adapted from album liner notes.[27]

Charts

Chart performance for Monument
Chart (2020)Peak
position
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[28]21
US Top Album Sales (Billboard)[29]97
US Top Tastemaker Albums (Billboard)[30]14
US World Albums (Billboard)[31]12

References

Notes

  1. ^ Credited for recording and mixing.

References

  1. ^ a b Zhang, Cat (25 June 2020). „How Belarusian Post-Punks Molchat Doma Became a TikTok Meme“. Pitchfork. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  2. ^ Dumler, Jean (23 October 2019). „Eine der beliebtesten New-Wave-Bands aus Osteuropa kommt nach Berlin“. Tagesspiegel (in German). Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  3. ^ Stefanini, Giacomo. „Se il punk è ancora vivo nel 2020, è anche grazie ai canali YouTube“. Vice Italy (in Italian). Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  4. ^ a b c d „Molchat Doma: Monument“. Sacred Bones Records. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  5. ^ a b Pearis, Bill (28 January 2020). „Belarusian darkwave band Molchat Doma sign to Sacred Bones, reissuing LPs, touring North America“. BrooklynVegan. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  6. ^ a b Amter, Charlie (18 May 2020). „Belarusian Group That Sounds Like Joy Division Scores Streaming Hit on Anniversary of Ian Curtis‘ Death“. Variety. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  7. ^ Davidson, Emma Elizabeth (21 May 2020). „Three TikTok fashion challenges to shake up your wardrobe“. Dazed. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  8. ^ Hussey, Allison (15 September 2020). „Molchat Doma Announce New Album, Share New Song „Ne Smeshno“: Listen“. Pitchfork. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  9. ^ Graver, David (29 September 2020). „Molchat Doma: Ne Smeshno“. Cool Hunting. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  10. ^ Teeple, Alice (14 October 2020). „Belarusian Post-Punk trio Molchat Doma are a Dancefloor Smash Hit in their Video for „Discothèque“. Post-Punk.com. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  11. ^ „Molchat Doma share single „Otveta Net“ & Russian TV performance ahead of album ‚Monument‘ out Nov 13 on Sacred Bones“. Bizzarre. 30 October 2020. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  12. ^ „Molchat Doma - Monument“. Rough Trade. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  13. ^ „Molchat Doma - Monument Exclusive LP“. Newbury Comics. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  14. ^ „Molchat Doma - Monument [LP - Blue Starburst + Print]“. Seasick Records. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  15. ^ a b „Critic Reviews for Monument“. Metacritic. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  16. ^ a b Simpson, Paul. „Monument - Molchat Doma“. AllMusic. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  17. ^ Crabtree, Isabel (9 November 2020). „Molchat Doma - Monument“. Loud and Quiet. Retrieved 27 November 2020.
  18. ^ a b Cotsell, Matt (13 November 2020). „Molchat Doma – Monument“. musicOMH. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  19. ^ a b Bardhan, Ashley (17 November 2020). „Molchat Doma: Monument Album Review“. Pitchfork. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  20. ^ a b Soulsby, Nick (9 November 2020). „Molchat Doma’s ‚Monument‘ Echoes the Belarusian Protests“. PopMatters. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  21. ^ Dempsey, Colin (10 November 2020). „Molchat Doma: Monument“. Spectrum Culture. Retrieved 27 November 2020.
  22. ^ Thomas, Laviea (18 November 2020). „Molchat Doma - Monument“. The Quietus. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  23. ^ „Top Album Sales Chart: Week of November 28, 2020“. Billboard. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  24. ^ „World Albums Chart: Week of November 28, 2020“. Billboard. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  25. ^ „Tastemaker Albums Chart: Week of November 28, 2020“. Billboard. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  26. ^ „Heatseekers Album Chart: Week of November 28, 2020“. Billboard. Retrieved 26 November 2020.
  27. ^ a b Monument (vinyl sleeve). Molchat Doma. Sacred Bones Records. 2020. SBR-262.{{cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)
  28. ^ „Molchat Doma Chart History (Heatseekers Albums)“. Billboard. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  29. ^ „Molchat Doma Chart History (Top Album Sales)“. Billboard. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  30. ^ „Molchat Doma Chart History (Top Tastemaker Albums)“. Billboard. Retrieved 24 November 2020.
  31. ^ „Molchat Doma Chart History (World Albums)“. Billboard. Retrieved 24 November 2020.

External links

Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Molchat Doma die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

S Krysh Nashikh Domov ¦ Etazhi ¦ Monument

Molchat Doma auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Molchat Doma
Molchat Doma in 2019. From left to right: Roman Komogortsev, Egor Shkutko, and Pavel Kozlov
Molchat Doma in 2019. From left to right: Roman Komogortsev, Egor Shkutko, and Pavel Kozlov
Background information
OriginMinsk, Belarus
Genres
Years active2017–present
Labels
Websitemolchatdoma.com Edit this at Wikidata
Members
  • Egor Shkutko
  • Roman Komogortsev
  • Pavel Kozlov

Molchat Doma (Russian: Молчат Дома, lit.‚Houses Are Silent‘, pronounced [mɐlˈt͡ɕat dɐˈma])[1][2] is a Belarusian dark wave/post-punk band from Minsk, formed in 2017. Their current lineup consists of Egor Shkutko (vocals), Roman Komogortsev (guitar, synthesizer, drum machine), and Pavel Kozlov (bass guitar, synthesizer). Their style is influenced by 1980s Russian rock music and has been described as post-punk, new wave, synth-pop, and cold wave.

They self-released their first album, S krysh nashikh domov (С крыш наших домов, ‚From The Roofs of Our Houses‘) in 2017 and later released their second album, Etazhi (Этажи, ‚Floors‘) in 2018, through German independent label Detriti Records. After gaining popularity worldwide, they signed to American independent label Sacred Bones Records in 2020, who reissued their albums, marking their first releases in North America. Their third studio album, Monument (Монумент), was released on 13 November 2020.

History

Molchat Doma performing in Lithuania, 2019

S krysh nashikh domov and Etazhi (2017–2019)

Molchat Doma formed in Minsk, Belarus, and began releasing music in 2017.[2] They self-released their debut studio album, S krysh nashikh domov (Russian: С крыш наших домов, ‚From The Roofs of Our Houses‘), on 24 April 2017.[3] In July 2017, they released the song Kommersanty (Коммерсанты, ‚Commersants‘) as a single.[4] Later that year, S krysh nashikh domov received a re-release through German independent label Detriti Records.[5] The following year, the band released their second album, Etazhi (Этажи, ‚Floors‘), which included Kommersanty, on 7 September 2018,[6] also through Detriti.[7] The label released the album both digitally and on vinyl.[7]

Over time, the band’s first two albums gained popularity through YouTube and Bandcamp.[2] Their music was uploaded to YouTube unofficially by a user named „Harakiri Diat“, who also uploaded music by other bands with similar sounds. By the end of 2019, Etazhi had gained roughly two million listeners through their upload of the album.[8] The band were not initially as popular in their home country of Belarus as they were in the rest of Europe; they had played sold-out shows across the continent but never in Belarus. They have stated, however, that they have no interest in performing a sold-out show at Minsk-Arena.[9] Later that year in September, the band released two singles. The first was called Zvezdy (Звезды, ‚Stars‘)[10] and the second was a collaboration with Russian post-punk band Ploho, called Po krayu ostrova (По краю острова, ‚Along the Edge of the Island‘).[11]

Signing with Sacred Bones Records and Monument (2020–present)

Molchat Doma performing in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2020

In January 2020, Molchat Doma signed with American independent label Sacred Bones Records, who later reissued their first two albums on vinyl in North America.[2] During the first half of 2020, the band gained popularity through the online video platform TikTok, specifically their song Sudno (Boris Ryzhy) (Russian: Судно (Борис Рыжий), ‚Bedpan (Boris Ryzhy)‘), from Etazhi; the song had been used as the soundtrack to numerous videos created on the platform.[12][13] Some notable videos that used the song include one made by a user based in San Francisco, California, who compiled several clips of his native country of Russia, adding that he misses being there,[13] as well as a „challenge“ that involves a fast photo compilation of the video creator trying on as many clothes in their wardrobe as possible within a time limit.[12] The song’s popularity during this time resulted in it reaching No. 2 on the Spotify worldwide Viral 50 chart.[13]

Molchat Doma had planned to tour in North America for the first time, alongside American singer-songwriter Chrysta Bell,[2] but the original tour dates were canceled once the COVID-19 pandemic had impacted the continent.[13] The band contributed to a Black Sabbath tribute album, along with other signees of Sacred Bones, titled What Is This That Stands Before Me?. They covered their song „Heaven and Hell“ (Russian: Небеса и ад), with a dark wave sound and Russian lyrics, for the album.[14] The album was released in May 2020,[14] and their „Heaven and Hell“ cover was released as a standalone single on digital platforms later that month.[15]

On 15 September 2020, Molchat Doma announced their first album through Sacred Bones, titled Monument, and its release date of 13 November. Alongside the announcement was the release of the album’s lead single, Ne smeshno (Не смешно, ‚Not Funny‘).[16]

Members

  • Egor Shkutko (Belarusian: Yahor Shkutko) – vocals
  • Roman Komogortsev (Raman Kamahortsau) – guitar, synthesizer, drum machine[17]
  • Pavel Kozlov (Pavel Kazlou) – bass guitar, synthesizer[18]

Musical style and lyrics

Molchat Doma’s logo

Molchat Doma have stated that they were influenced by 1980s Russian rock music from the Perestroika era, most notably the band Kino.[19] They have also drawn comparisons to both the Cure and Joy Division; Egor Shkutko’s vocal style and on-stage appearance were also noted as similar to that of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis.[20] Pitchforks Cat Zhang described Shkutko’s vocals as „spectral and disembodied“, also pointing out that his „droning voice“ is often „clouded in reverb“.[21] Molchat Doma have expressed praise for the Cure singer Robert Smith and Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan, and enjoy the idea of having either one appear at one of their shows.[22]

Molchat Doma described their sound as „post-punk, new wave, and darker ends of synth-pop“.[23] Writers have similarly described their sound as post-punk,[13][24] new wave,[24][25] synth-pop,[24] and also cold wave.[24] They have no drummer and instead incorporate a drum machine into their sound.[7] Corporate intelligence firm and foreign investment think-tank Emerging Europe described their lyrics as „not explicitly anti-Soviet“ but also „[painting] a bleak picture of life under communism as well as contemporary life in Belarus, a country still trying to break free of the shackles of its communist past“, opining that „had they been around 40 years ago, Soviet state censorship would have denied the band the right to record“.[26] Molchat Doma have often been connected with „doomer music“, a specific type of music listened to by doomers. It typically features cold and gloomy atmospheres, sad and introspective lyrics usually focusing on loneliness, and an overall dystopian sound, all of which writers have connected Molchat Doma’s music to.[25][26][27] Many of their songs have appeared on „doomer playlists“ on YouTube as a result; this also played a part in the band gaining popularity through the platform.[25]

Discography

Studio albums

List of studio albums
TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positions
US
Heat.

[28]
US
World

[29]
S krysh nashikh domov[30]
  • Released: 24 April 2017
  • Label: Self-released[a]
  • Format: CD, LP, CS, DL
Etazhi
  • Released: 7 September 2018
  • Label: Detriti[b]
  • Format: CD, LP, CS, DL
Monument
  • Released: 13 November 2020
  • Label: Sacred Bones
  • Format: CD, LP, CS, DL
2112

Singles

List of singles
TitleYearAlbum
„Коммерсанты“
„Businessmen“[4]
2017Этажи
Floors
„Звезды“
„Stars“[10]
2019N/A
„По краю острова“
„At the Edge of the Island“ (with Ploho)[11]
N/A
„Небеса и Ад“
„Heaven and Hell“
[15]
2020What Is This That Stands Before Me?
„Не смешно“
„Not Funny“[31]
Monument
„Дискотека“
„Discothèque“[32]
„Ответа нет“
„No Answer“[33]
„Мёртв внутри“
„Dead inside“ (with Elektroforez)
2021N/A

Other charted songs

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
Spotify
Viral 50

[13]
„Судно (Борис Рыжий)“
„Vessel (Boris Ryzhy)“
20182Этажи
Floors

Remixes

  • Geometric Vision - „Slowemotion“ (Molchat Doma Remix)[34]
  • Antipole - „Marble“ feat. Paris Alexander (Molchat Doma Remix)[35]
  • Ash Code - „Fear“ (Molchat Doma Remix)

References

Notes

  1. ^ S krysh nashikh domov was originally self-released by Molchat Doma but received a re-release in 2017 through Detriti Records.
  2. ^ Etazhi was originally released through Detriti Records but received a re-release in 2020 through Sacred Bones Records.

References

  1. ^ Molchat Doma Interview The Village (Video) (in Russian). YouTube. 4 January 2020. Event occurs at 0:17. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d e Pearis, Bill (28 January 2020). „Belarusian darkwave band Molchat Doma sign to Sacred Bones, reissuing LPs, touring North America“. BrooklynVegan. Retrieved 4 February 2020.
  3. ^ „Молчат Дома – С Крыш Наших Домов“. Discogs. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  4. ^ a b „kommersanty (single 2017) | Molchat Doma“. Bandcamp. Archived from the original on 18 December 2019. Retrieved 19 May 2020.
  5. ^ „Рецензия на альбом группы Молчат Дома „С Крыш Наших Домов“. Astarta (in Russian). 2017-10-02. Retrieved 2020-02-03.
  6. ^ „etazhi (2018) | Molchat Doma“. Bandcamp. Retrieved 19 May 2020.
  7. ^ a b c Lusso, Fabrizio (1 August 2018). „WL//WH Track Of The Day: Molchat Doma „Volny“. White Light//White Heat. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  8. ^ Stefanini, Giacomo. „Se il punk è ancora vivo nel 2020, è anche grazie ai canali YouTube“. Vice Italy (in Italian). Retrieved 13 June 2020.
  9. ^ Molchat Doma Interview The Village (Video) (in Russian). YouTube. 4 January 2020. Event occurs at 1:52. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  10. ^ a b „zvezdy (single 2019) | Molchat Doma“. Bandcamp. Archived from the original on 17 December 2019. Retrieved 19 May 2020.
  11. ^ a b „По краю острова - Single by Ploho and Молчат Дома“. Apple Music. Retrieved 19 May 2020.
  12. ^ a b Davidson, Emma Elizabeth (21 May 2020). „Three TikTok fashion challenges to shake up your wardrobe“. Dazed. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  13. ^ a b c d e f Amter, Charlie (18 May 2020). „Belarusian Group That Sounds Like Joy Division Scores Streaming Hit on Anniversary of Ian Curtis‘ Death“. Variety. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  14. ^ a b „Hear Marissa Nadler, Zola Jesus, Thou, Uniform, more cover Black Sabbath“. Revolver. 1 May 2020. Retrieved 3 June 2020.
  15. ^ a b „Небеса и Ад (Heaven and Hell) - Single by Molchat Doma“. Apple Music. Retrieved 3 June 2020.
  16. ^ Hussey, Allison (15 September 2020). „Molchat Doma Announce New Album, Share New Song „Ne Smeshno“: Listen“. Pitchfork. Retrieved 15 September 2020.
  17. ^ Kalesnikava, Masha (2019−08−12). „Molchat Doma: Post-punk band from Minsk suddenly stirs emotions around the world“. Euroradio.fm. Retrieved 2021-08-10.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  18. ^ „Cultprotest: Belarusians Are Together!“. Charter97.org. 2020-08-05. Retrieved 2021-08-10.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  19. ^ Velikanov, Alexander (10 September 2019). „The Story of a Vampire in a Clip of New Indie Rock Heroes from Belarus With International Amontions“.
  20. ^ Tyler, Kieron (31 March 2019). „Tallinn Music Week 2019 review: ‚We All Value Being European‘ . The Arts Desk. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  21. ^ Zhang, Cat (25 June 2020). „How Belarusian Post-Punks Molchat Doma Became a TikTok Meme“. Pitchfork. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  22. ^ Molchat Doma Interview The Village (Video) (in Russian). YouTube. 4 January 2020. Event occurs at 1:08. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  23. ^ „Molchat Doma“. molchatdoma.com. Archived from the original on 26 April 2020. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
  24. ^ a b c d Conde, Chris (January 30, 2020). „Eastern European Post-Punkers Molchat Doma Bringing Dark and Dancey Vibes to San Antonio on First U.S. Tour“. San Antonio Current. Retrieved March 14, 2020.
  25. ^ a b c Dumler, Jean (23 October 2019). „Eine der beliebtesten New-Wave-Bands aus Osteuropa kommt nach Berlin“. Tagesspiegel (in German). Retrieved 13 June 2020.
  26. ^ a b Turp-Balazs, Maximilian (15 February 2020). „Postcard from a Molchat Doma gig“. Emerging Europe. Retrieved 13 June 2020.
  27. ^ Walsh, Anya (6 November 2019). „Musique Doomer: le son du spleen russe devient un phénomène YouTube“. Neon (in French). Retrieved 13 June 2020.
  28. ^ „Heatseekers Album Chart: Week of November 28, 2020“. Billboard. Retrieved 17 February 2021.
  29. ^ „World Albums Chart: Week of November 28, 2020“. Billboard. Retrieved 17 February 2021.
  30. ^ „s krish nashih domov (album 2017) | Molchat Doma“. Bandcamp. Retrieved 19 May 2020.
  31. ^ „Не Смешно / Ne Smeshno, Molchat Doma“. Qobuz. Archived from the original on 15 September 2020. Retrieved 15 September 2020.
  32. ^ „Дискотека / Discoteque, Molchat Doma“. Qobuz. Retrieved 24 October 2020.
  33. ^ „Ответа Нет / Otveta Net, Molchat Doma“. Qobuz. Retrieved 30 October 2020.
  34. ^ „Slowemotion EP(2020) | Molchat Doma“. Bandcamp. Retrieved 9 Sep 2020.
  35. ^ „Marble EP(2021) | Molchat Doma“. Bandcamp. Retrieved 8 Jan 2021.

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