Grozny, RUSSIA, 2011 - The rock band G-Town in their rehearsal room in the Chechen capitol of Grozny. "Music is good for you," says singer Marat. "It helps you forget things." Like therapy? I ask. A kind of therapy, he nods. But, he adds immediately, he doesn't want to talk about the war. We're here for the music. Marat and his friends play whatever they like, which is mostly golden oldies from the '60s and '70s. "We're a bit older," he says. "All the friends we have are here. We play every day between 6 and 8. We don't need an audience."
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Grozny, RUSSIA, 2011 - The rock band G-Town in their rehearsal room in the Chechen capitol of Grozny. "Music is good for you," says singer Marat. "It helps you forget things." Like therapy? I ask. A kind of therapy, he nods. But, he adds immediately, he doesn't want to talk about the war. We're here for the music. Marat and his friends play whatever they like, which is mostly golden oldies from the '60s and '70s. "We're a bit older," he says. "All the friends we have are here. We play every day between 6 and 8. We don't need an audience."

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Date: 5 Jan 2011
Location: Grozny Chechnya Russia
Credit: © Rob Hornstra / The Sochi Project
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