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|Members||Denis Arsenin (Bass)(1998-present)
Edgar Kempish (Drums)(1998-present)
Alexey Syomin (Guitar)(1998-present)
Ilze Paegle (Vocals)(2001-present)
Lilija Voronova (Keyboards)(2001-present)
Sergey Syomin (Archlute, Baroque guitar)(2001-present)
The band was formed in 1998 by Denis Arsenin (bass), Edgars Kempišs (drums) and Alexey Syomin (guitar).
In 2001, the group self-released a demo recording made during a rehearsal, Live Without Audience. The main theme of the record was history of Medieval France.
Later in 2001 more members joined the group: Ilze Paegle (classical trained soprano singer), Lilija Voronova (keyboards) and Sergey Syomin (Archlute, Baroque guitar).
After the successful debut album, the band was invited to a variety of regional and local prog rock festivals, including InProg 2005, to open the second day of the festival, Proguary 2005 and Proguary 2006 (photo coverage), Latvia's first widely publicised progressive rock festival. It also played at BalticProgFest 2007[clarification needed], the biggest Baltic progressive rock festival, organised in Lithuania.
On 6 September 2007 the band released their second album, Cherdak. The album was released on a new record label sometime in 2008 and consists of 4 tracks. In November 2007 the band went on tour to promote their latest album. The album was released in 2008 under the Italian label Mellow Records.
This list includes only official discography.
- Gramercy (2002) (Soleil Zeuhl)
- Cherdak (2008) (Mellow Records)
- The band's official web-site (English)
- About the band at Prog Archives (English)
- A list with quotes from positive reviews on the album Gramercy (English)
- About the band at the FREE!MUSIC Project (English)
- On stage at Proguary 2006 (English)
- About the band+interview with Ilze Paegle (Russian)
- About the band on another web-site (Latvian)