A gypsy punk-metal attraction based in Seattle, Culture shockwill perform for the first time in Niš on Friday, April 7 at the club Feedback. Canadian gypsy-punks will open their concert from 9 p.m Erik And The Worldly Savageswhose music will surely appeal to all fans Gogol Bordella.
Kultur shock was founded in Seattle in 1996 by Sarajevo native Đino Jevđević, who, along with forces from the former country, gathered world names around him, and delighted Kristo Novoselic (Nirvana) and Džel Biafra (Dead Kennedys) with his performances. Such a reputation as an underground attraction in America led them to sign a contract with the record label of Billy Gould, the bassist of Faith No More fame. Kultur shock also collaborated with names such as Serj Tankian, Gogol Bordello, Dubioza Kolektiv, Edo Maajka, La Plebe…
Without pretentiousness, without lyrical and thematic justifications, Kultur shock plays from the heart that good, old punk-metal seasoned with the soul of the Balkans, and their concerts cause an eruption of energy and emotions in the audience every time.
Led by a unique frontman Djin Jevđevićwho, as in Hollywood biographies, traveled from war-torn Sarajevo to cult status in America, Kultur shock continues to break down genre barriers and with its authentic sound wins an army of fans from London to Istanbul, from Scandinavia to North Africa, from Russia to Japan, from Seattle to Indonesia.
Although they have been on the scene for 27 years and have 11 released albums and over 1,000 concerts around the world, Kultur Shock has kept the club’s underground spirit, which is why it still has a cult status among the audience.
The band is currently finishing work on the new album, which should appear on sale by the end of the year, and the filming of a documentary film is underway “Grandpa Guru”which follows the spiritual journey of an exceptional and significant musician from Srdjan Đin Jevđević, who became famous in distant America for his unique musical style.
Tickets for the concert in Niš are on sale at a presale price of 1,600 dinars and can be purchased at the travel agency “Big Star Travel” (Dušanova 84a), the “Vintage shop” (Davidova 9) and the pub “Nemir” (Učitelj Tasina 17) .
Source: Balkanrock.com by balkanrock.com.
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