Russian version

De-Light is a young siberian melodic rock band with the great potential and firm intentions to realize it.

De-Light are:

  • Dmitry Beloglazov - guitars, vocals
  • Alexander Rassokhin - guitars, vocals
  • Eugene Odnoval - bass
  • Irina Lobareva - keys
  • Eugene Radchenko - drums

The history of De-Light starts in 2003 when two newly founded nameless bands join into one entity named "Orion". Initially the band performs only Russian and foreign rock hits scarcely playing its own pieces. It is only autumn 2004 when first songs come into life and along with it inevitable difficulties are brought. In a few weeks several musicians leave the band and eventually only two founders remain in the band: Dmitry Beloglazov (guitars, vocal) and Eugene Odnoval (bass). Then Alexander Rassokhin joins as a guitarists and Irina Lobareva takes place of a keyboard player. In January 2005, because of renewing the team and changing stylistic orientation the band changes its name to De-Light.

2005 is dedicated to writing new songs and further work on existing ones. Problems with drummers complicate the concert activity: they make business trips lasting for several months, get occupied with babies, for some reasons they have to interrupt their life in music. De-Light has played less than a ten of concerts during the year, but each performance yielded very positive public attitude. In December the band suffers from crisis for lack of fifth team's member and impossibility to give concerts. It is only by February 2006 when a new drummer comes to play with De-Light, Eugene Radchenko who recently played in the band "Na vzlyot". The time for active rehearsals has come for the band. It participates in the contest "Novosibirsk Musical Olympus" where it is awarded with the Spectators' Prize and wins the first place in "rock-vocal" nomination.

Currently the musicians are occupied with improving the existing material and writing something new. They are full of resolve to bring all their numerous plans into life.