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Dmitry Almazov
Birth name Dmitry Almazov
Also known as Bobina
Born 11 March 1982
Moscow, Russia
Origin Russia
Genres Trance, progressive trance
Occupation(s) DJ, record producer, Remixer, Radio host
Years active 2003–present
Labels Ministry of Sound, Perfecto Records, Radio Record, Magik Muzik, Flashover Records, Loaded Records, Nebula Records, Diamond Records, Armada Music, Maelstrom
Website Official website
Notable instruments
Synthesizer, DAW, Keyboard Piano

Dmitry Almazov (Russian: Дми́трий Алма́зов; IPA: [ˈdʲmʲitrʲɪj ɐlˈmazəf]; born 11 March 1982 in Moscow), mostly known by his stage name Bobina is a Russian trance DJ, record producer and radio host. He hosts a radio show called "Russia Goes Clubbing". He has releases on the worlds top record labels such as Ministry of Sound, Perfecto, Armada, and Nebula. He has gained global popularity over the years and received support from top artists like Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten, and many others.[1][2]


• 2006 - Video “Beautiful Friend” was in MTV Russia & UK rotation.

• 2006 - Bobina’s single “Lighthouse” was first in Russian Top 40 and later in Top 100 best of 2006 singles (30000+ broadcasts) on Europa Plus FM.

• 2006 - The winner of Russian Dance Music Awards as “Most Rotated Artist” in dance music category.

• 2007 - Tiesto in Concert participant.

• 2007 - The first Russian DJ to participate in Trance Energy Festival (ID&T, Netherlands)

• 2008 - Bobina’s album “Again” was sold over 40000 copies in one year.

• 2008 - The winner of Russian Dance Music Awards as “Best Russian DJ of 2007”. [3] • 2008 - The first Russian DJ to participate in Miami Music Conference.



  • 2004 Catchy! (Uplifto Records)
  • 2005 Beautiful Friend (TME / World Club Music)
  • 2008 Again (Maelstrom)
  • 2009 Again. Remixed (Maelstrom)
  • 2011 Rocket Ride (Maelstrom)
  • 2013 Same Difference (Black Hole)
  • 2015 Uplifting (Black Hole)
  • 2016 Speed Breaker (Black Hole)



DJ Mixes[edit]

  • 2005 Russia Goes Clubbing (Stage 001)
  • 2008 Russia Goes Clubbing (Stage 002)
  • 2009 Russia Goes Clubbing 2009
  • 2010 Russia Goes Clubbing 2010
  • 2011 In Trance We Trust 017
  • 2012 Russia Goes Clubbing (Stage 005)
  • 2013 Russia Goes Clubbing (Stage 006)
  • 2014 Russia Goes Clubbing (Stage 007)


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