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Kult

A genre-bending and occasionally politically charged Polish rock and roll collective that skillfully navigates the disparate worlds of punk, jazz, fresh influx, psych and very difficult rock and roll, Kult was formed in Warsaw in 1982 around mastermind Kazik Staszewski (saxophone, business lead vocals), Piotr Wieteska (bass), Tadeusz Bagan (guitars), and Dariusz Gierszewski (drums). The group’s early sound was mainly based around fresh wave and alternate rock and roll, but as the years passed (and bandmembers arrived and proceeded to go), Kult progressed into a cosmopolitan-sounding unit that could liberally toss in from 13 studio room albums, including a 2010 documenting of the MTV Unplugged concert that noticed the group’s reputation extend well beyond its indigenous Poland.

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