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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), …

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Lech Janerka

Created in 1953 in Wroclaw, Poland, vocalist, bassist, composer, text message writer, and moreover, a professional photographer in an area geodesy workplace Lech Janerka started his profession with shows alongside his wife Bozena Janerka in student festivals by the end from the ’70s. In 1979, along with Krzysztof Pociecha (acoustic …

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Liroy

Well-known for his intense, no-nonsense style, Liroy (or Piotr Marzec) is certainly among Poland’s most significant rappers and hip-hop producers. He did miracles for the picture of contemporary Polish music overseas, dealing with a bevy of traditional western superstars from Malcolm McLaren to Ice-T. He comes from Kielce, a little …

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Zillertaler Schürzenjäger

Pass away Zillertaler Schürzenjäger, also called simply Pass away Schürzenjäger, were one of the most popular German-language volksmusik rings of the later 20th hundred years, especially throughout their early-’90s best, if they modernized their music approach to very much achievement. The band’s name partially identifies their host to origins — …

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Rio Reiser

A revolutionary designer and an enormous impact in his local Germany, vocalist/songwriter Rio Reiser was created Ralph Möbius in Berlin and spent the majority of his child years traveling because of his father’s work. As he’d say in later on interviews, music was an attempt to create something similar to …

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Extrabreit

Among the defining rings of Germany’s Neue Deutsche Welle, Extrabreit outlived their early-’80s heyday by years, unlike the majority of their contemporaries. Along with organizations such as for example Hubert Kah, Marcus, Spliff, and Geier Sturzflug, Extrabreit required components of punk, pop, and German schlager, mixed them with truckloads of …

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Justyna Steczkowska

Polish pop vocalist Justyna Steczkowska was created in August 2, 1972, right into a musically energetic and wealthy family. Learning violin as her initial device, Justyna got her initial taste of functionality using her family music group, which gained her valuable knowledge and resulted in her steely perseverance to produce …

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Willy Astor

A broadly popular and successful Bavarian given birth to German cabaret artist — musician, comedian, songwriter — Willy Astor was created in Munich about Sept 6, 1961. His 1st foray in to the globe of performance arrived at the early age of 14, in the group Akkordeonspiel. Following that, he …

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Stephan Remmler

Stephan Remmler is a German pop singer who’s best known to be the singer of Neue Deutsche Welle sensation Trio. Many of his tracks, specifically the minimalistic “Da da da,” had been hugely successful, and although Remmler’s reputation faded somewhat by the end from the ’80s, he continued to be …

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Rainhard Fendrich

Austrian pop singer Rainhard Fendrich was created in Vienna in 1955. Probably one of the most well-known numbers in the Austropop genre, Fendrich, who writes and sings in Viennese German also performs beneath the moniker Austria 3 with fellow guitarists/performers Georg Danzer and Wolfgang Ambros.

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