One of the most interesting bands in the region is coming to Belgrade!

Photo © Stefan Rajhl

In KC Grad on October 15, at the first in a series Balkanrock Sessions concerts, the free-flow band Funk Shui will perform.

This Macedonian band was formed in 2010, and has two releases behind it – the albums Aether from 2012 and REM from 2015. In addition to their energetic performances and authentic sound, they have recently been known to the audience for the hits “Meteori” (the best single in 2020 as chosen by Balkanrock readers), “Veter” and “Ne vreme”, as well as for the original music videos that accompany them.

Funk Shui Balkanrock Sessions KC GRAD
Photo © Stefan Rajhl

In the meantime, they performed at famous European festivals, some of which are: MENT Ljubljana, PIN Music Conference, Athens Music Week, Eurosonic ESNS, Mondo.NYC and recently Sound City in Liverpool. You can watch their performance in the music web show Balkanrock Sessions anytime on Youtube.

Watch their performance at Balkanrock Sessions:

A four-member vocal-instrumental ensemble will perform as an opening act plush. It was created in Belgrade at the end of 2018 and performs in a standard rock setup – two guitars, bass and drums. They are unusually in love with the guitar, alternative, indie sound from the beginning of the new millennium, and they cherish and convey this love in their original songs. He describes his music with the words: “It feels on the skin and it’s pleasant”, and the foursome consists of Aleksa Gajić – bass guitar and vocals, Stefan Drča – guitar, Petar Sutara – drums and Branislav Cvetković – guitar and vocals.

To be informed about all future Balkanrock Sessions concerts, follow the Balkanrock portal. You can expect many more interesting and authentic bands from Serbia and the region. And don’t forget about this concert, click “Going” on Facebook event-u.

You can buy tickets for the concert from Monday, October 3rd in KC Grad. (Braće Krsmanović 4, Belgrade 11000)

  • Advance sale – 700 din
  • Sale – 1,000 dinars

Source: Balkanrock.com by balkanrock.com.

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