KUZLE - vynikajúci divoký punk zo Slovinska zo začiatku 80-tych rokov.
Kuzle was a punk band from Idrija, Slovenija, former Yugoslavia, active from 1979 to 1981. Idrija is a Slovenian town that was famous in the 80's for it’s quick silver mine, lace, žlikrof dumplings, psychiatric hospital and a punk band named Kuzle (bitches, female dogs).
A group of young boys got together in the eighties and formed a band. They had many things in common: were all full of hormones, read the Yugoslave rock magazine Ðuboks, were fanaticaly buying vinyl records in Italy and listened, felt and lived for punk music. Soon the band Kuzle was formed, the memberes were: Dare Kaurič guitar/backing vocals, Bojan Lapanja vocals, Iztok Turk drums, Dušan Moravec bass guitar/backing vocals.
In the following years they made almost sixty songs, had around thirty gigs, a few recordings, appeared on TV and radio stations and issued a compilation Lepo Je ... (translated to ’It Is Beautiful’). Later on they changed two drumers, first Bojan Pajer then Iztok Lampe.
Unfortunately the endless years the members had to serve the military service for the National army of Yugoslavia changed everything in the band and Kuzle soon become a part of the past without having released anything while they were active. (Discogs info)