pondelok 2. apríla 2018

Looking for punk bands from Causasus / North Causasus

I greet all international punks. I just read an interesting book about the Caucasus. Book is called "Planéta Kaukaz" (Planet Caucas). The book was written by Polish reporter and journalist Wojciech Górecki. 

It is really interesting to read about so many nations/nationalities living in a relatively small space and fighting for their own identity. 

I want to ask, if someone of you know any folk-rock, alternative rock or even punk rock bands from this region? 

I am especially looking for punk music from Republic of Adygea, Karachay–Cherkessia, Kabardino-Balkaria, North Ossetia–Alania, Ingushetia, Chechnya or in the Republic of Dagestan. I listen only few folk/tradition songs from this region like Umar Dimaev...or so.

Thanx for any info. 

I have one split 7" inch of bands ZUBY/VITAMIN ROSTA and I know there should be band BEK-HAN - new wave from Chechnya. Do you have some more informations? 

If yes, please let me know: miso.komunikacia@gmail.com


6 komentárov:

  1. Krasnodar, Rostov, Volgograd and some other regions are not Caucasus.:) There is a lots of punk bands.:))
    But, I think/I'm sure, that there no punk bands in other mentioned Islamic regions (Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia etc.).

  2. PS: only folk/traditional music, pop and rap.:)

  3. Hello "uzername", thank you for your comment and for info. And what about some Caucasian etho-inflenced punk-y/folk (musically something like YAT-KHA from Tuva) or so?

  4. Yat-Kha are not from Caucasus too.) Tuva is East-Siberian region. No problems with punk bands there.

    1. Hello, I know that YAT-KHA are not from Caucasus :)but from Siberia. It was just an exaple and question if similar band doesn´t exist also in Caucasus region.

    2. Sorry, I was inattentive. I think, no hope for Caucasus in this regard. It's very traditionalistic and conservative culture + lot of pressure from their society.


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