The Russian Band Diskoteka Avariya is composed of three members: Aleksey Olegovich Ryzhov, Anna Hohlova and Aleksey Borisovich Serov.
1980’s. Former member Nikolay Timofeev and current member Aleksey Ryzhov met when they were in high school. The duo created humorous material that made them famous. They are discovered by a Russian Television show, KVN. Then they are invited in various parties to entertain guests. The duo wanted to be rock stars and created a rock band “Fire Extinguisher.” But the band did not last long due to lack of money. The duo had to work as emcees at different local clubs to earn and save money. They formed another band, named “Interview”, when they were in college. Again, the band formed did not last long. But because of their great sense of humor, the duo was invited to have a radio show in a local radio station. They made a trademark by putting their own rap on part of the lyrics of a famous song. They were hired to perform in a local club, “Electron.” The club did not hit the taste of the people. After that event, they named their group “Disaster Disco.” After some changes, the club became progressively famous.
1990. The duo became the pioneers of house music in Russia.
1991. The duo became a trio when Oleg Zhukov joined the group. On a company event, the duo together with their fan, Zhukov, came. Zhukov was mentioning the name of the company, Kranek, over and over again during one of the performances of the duo. Those who heard his voice was captivated. And ever since then, Zhukov became a part of the band. In Moscow, the band recorded their first album “Dance With Me”
1997. The club got competition when another club opened charging half of what they offered. The rival club has one emcee whose style was like Timofeev’s. instead of competing with the new guy, they had an idea that it will be best to collaborate. The trio became a group of four when Aleksey Serov joined them.
1998. A year later, when Russia is in crisis, the band found that as an opportunity to record and release their second album “Soyus.” It was a success. After earning money they released their first official album, “Song About You and Me”
2002. The band was trimmed down to trio again when Zhukov died because of brain cancer. Things changed after Zhukov’s death.
2011. After almost a decade, the band released “A Time Not For Kids” album.
2012. Timofeev left to pursue a solo career. He was replaced by Anna Hohlova.
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