streda 10. augusta 2022

Lamourir - Live 29.2. 1992, Atrium, Košice

 

LAMOURIR - Slovenská alternatívna kapela z 90-tych rokov.

Vpylvy: JOY DIVISION, SONIC YOUTH, britská menčesterská scéna...




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Slovak 90´s alternative/post-punk band from Košice town, influenced by British/US independent scene...JOY DIVISION, DINOSARU Jr., SONIC YOUTH...

Mišo






štvrtok 21. júla 2022

Jugo-muzika, leto 2022

 

Po čase opäť plánujeme návštevu Chorvátska, no a dúfam že sa podarí natrafiť aj na nejakú hudbu.

Minulý rok to bol s muzikou poslabšie. V krásnom Dubrovniku som naďabil iba na nejaký suvenírový obchod/tabak-shop, ktorý poskytoval len chabý hudobný výber. Po dlhom špekulovaní som zobral 2CD 40 Velikih Hitova s rockovými baladami, ktoré ale za moc nestoja, tak ich sem ani nedávam.

Dávam aspoň dve reprodukcie/kresby mesta Dubrovník a foto obalu toho nie veľmi šťastného dvoj-Cédečka.
























Tak snáď budem mať viac šťastia.



Pozri aj iné články o balkánskom rocku/punku:

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2020/06/let-3-foto-2019.html

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2019/09/retromanija-osamdesetih-volume-05-2005.html

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2019/08/elektricni-orgazam-elektricni-orgazam.html

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2018/09/va-novi-val-78-84-za-vedno-2003.html

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2018/08/sasa-21-vd-i1-2004.html

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2017/08/citanie-z-balkanu-ii-bolje-zivot-fanzin.html

http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/2016/09/citanie-z-balkanu.html


pondelok 4. júla 2022

IMPERIUM OF JAZZ


Pokračujeme v uverejňovaní podivných alternatívach kapiel z Balkánu.

Dnes IMPERIVM OF JAZZ, alter-rock/jazz-rock zo Srbska. Pár skladieb sa dá nájsť na You Tue. 

Ich frontman, Branko Andrić, bol významnou postavou srbskej nezávislej scény: umelec, poeta, kreslič komixov. Hudobne sa IOF pohybuje na pomedzí ukričaného, deklamačného prejavu zmiešaného s post-blues, jazz rokom a svojskej alternatívnej hudby.





Nemáte niekto tieto nahrávky komplet?






















I am looking for these recordings.

Thanx for any info/help.


Mišo

utorok 28. júna 2022

Srp ‎– Zadnja Večerja / The Last Supper (2002) You Tube verzion + info from http://ahogonsindustrialguide.blogspot.com/

 

Slovinská RIO/jazz-rock/experimental-rock kapela.













Online:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nWrdonLLu035UMvFl4HMbt-XsZB8xVwv0


Info: https://www.discogs.com/release/1517388-Srp-Zadnja-Ve%C4%8Derja-The-Last-Supper


Info: Srp (Slovenian for “Sickle”) was a fairly unique endeavor in terms of the post-RIO standards of the time, since its origins are delicately interwoven with the origins of non-institutionalized theatre in Ljubljana, while its practice occupied a vast median ground between the performing arts  especially traditions such as cabaret, variety show or circus – and music  usually various forms of jazz and improvised music. The influence of the performing arts is particularly visible upon the very way Srp conceptualized their shows with the introduction of loose scripts and performance segmentation and even moreso in visual structuring of their shows – employing stage and costume designers, featuring props, lighting, etc.


Srp officially began in 1979 with a concert in Galerija ŠKUC on 06.06.1979 which marked an end of a nearly two-year experimenting period with a number of trial musicians and exploring diverse music directions under different monikers; the line up finally stabilized around a core of Matjaž Sekne (viola), Primož Simončič (saxophone), Gojmir Lešnjak (bassoon, vocals) and Tadej Pogačar (double bass), the creative direction became less opaque and Srp presented themselves with a free improv set-up involving a boys choir, a range of modified instruments alongside classical ones, scrap metal as sound source and collages of shortwave radio emissions. In the beginning, Srp’s live performances were rather sporadic; apart from the inaugurate concert  there were only two more concerts realized by the end of 1980, the first on the occasion of the premier edition of RIO festival in Ljubljana on 20.06.1980 and the other on a event with Papa Kinjal Band in Disko Študent at the Rožna Dolina student village on 05.10.1980.

The ensuing period from mid-1981 until late 1983 marked the most fruitful stage in Srp’s development with a surge of activities regarding more conventional types of music performances  including festival appearances on ŠKUC-eva Novoletna razprodaja (the follow-up edition of RIO festival in Ljubljana) on 17.12.1981, 22nd edition of Omladinski Festival in Subotica (SAP Vojvodina, SR Serbia) on 20.05.1982, Desant na Beograd on 06.06.1982, Rock Otočec in Otočec ob Krki (SR Slovenia) on 03.08.1983 and regular concerts in Ljubljana, Zagreb (SR Croatia), Kranj and Novo Mesto (SR Slovenia); as well as the intermedial types of performances  including the Črna Mačka (Slovenian for “Black Cat”) variety show, conceived, written and performed for the weekly rendition of Kabaret v Disku Študent in Disko Študent on 07.04.1981 and the self-descriptive “musical scenic onomatopoeic number“ of Desant na Rt Dobre Nade (Slovenian for “Raid on the Cape of Good Hope”) performed on 07.04.1982 in Delavski Dom in Kranj.

In July of 1983 Srp appeared on the television show Pop Godba (Slovenian for “Pop Bands”), which was their most publicized public performance yet. By the beginning of 1984, there was a steady decline in Srp’s activities and a general feeling within the group that it surpassed its zenith. After a sold-out concert in Ljubljana’s Slovensko Mladinsko Gledališče on 09.11.1983, Srp go on a five months long hiatus only to return in the spring of 1984 to record and release their eponymous LP Srp (ZKP RTVL-Ljubljana, 1984). The release of the debut album was followed by a string of promotional activities in the form of an another concert in Slovensko Mladinsko Gledališče, a second appearance on the Pop Godba television show as well as production of a short documentary film about the group titled Srp, which was directed and scripted by Jan Zakonjšek.

Although Srp haven’t left much material evidence of their six year long existence, apart from its first and only LP album and a small posthumous CD retrospective titled Zadnja Večerja (Arhefon-Ljubljana, 2002), they were an indispensable part of the vivid landscape of the heterogeneous post-hippy underground of the late 1970s Ljubljana that survived the advent of punk and managed to retain its presence in the Slovenian capital well into the second half of the 1980s.