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  • 3oda Kru

    (21,685 listeners)

    ragga, rap, hip-hop, polish

  • AbradAb

    (63,694 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, polish, ragga

    AbradAb (Marcin Marten) is a rapper from Katowice, Poland born in 1978. He began his career in music in 1991 forming a group called Young Rappers, working with his older brother Joka (Michał), Magik and Jajonasz. This group evolved into Kaliber 44.

  • Balkan Sevdah

    (220 listeners)

    folk, balkan, folk inspiration, polish

  • Beltaine

    (32,623 listeners)

    celtic, folk, polish, irish

    There are 6 bands with this name: 1) Beltaine - 90s post hardcore/rock from Rhode Island. 2) Beltaine Celtic Group is one of the new Polish bands playing celtic folk.

  • Bethel

    (3,838 listeners)

    reggae, polish, black metal, ska

    There are at least two different bands called BETHEL. One is a Polish reggae band, the other is a Finnish Black Metal band.

  • Carrantuohill

    (8,780 listeners)

    folk, celtic, polish, irish

    Carrantuohill Group was established in 1987. Performs traditional Celtic music, both native of Ireland and Scotland, as well as develop their own arrangement based on "Celtic roots.

  • GrubSon

    (91,652 listeners)

    reggae, ragga, rap, dancehall

    The very first meeting between Grubson and Hip-Hop took place in 1993, courtesy of his older brother - DJ Hudy, who started to promote 'black' music in his hometown Rybnik while organizing Hip-Hop parties - so called 'Rapoteki'. Grubson started to take Hip-Hop more serious at the end of 1997 when his first group "Po-3na Roznica" was formed (Grubson, Max, Rav).

  • Habakuk

    (148,462 listeners)

    reggae, polish, polish reggae, dub

    There are three artists with this name: 1) Habakuk, one of the most famous polish reggae groups, was founded in the city of Częstochowa in 1990.

  • Hope

    (56,320 listeners)

    rapcore, female vocalists, acoustic, nu metal

    There are many artists going by the name of "Hope". www.discogs.com list 14 artist by the name of Hope plus another 9 artist whose name is a variation of Hope. The earliest is from 1977. The last is 2008.

  • Koniec Świata

    (38,457 listeners)

    ska, polish, punky reggae, ska punk

    Koniec Świata has come into being at the beginning of 2000 in Katowice, Poland. After 7 months, they went to the studio and they recorded their first album entitled "Korzenie" in English "The Roots". It took them about 5 days to record all music and it seemed as it was guerrilla warfare rather than recording but it was a lot of fun anyway.

  • Kult

    (189,886 listeners)

    rock, polish, alternative, punk rock

    There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Kult is a rock band formed in 1982 in Poland by Kazik Staszewski. The band performed its first concert in July 1982 at the Remont Club in Warsaw. Although it was not released until July 1987, the first Kult studio album was recorded in September 1986.

  • Lady Pank

    (110,521 listeners)

    rock, polish, polish rock, 80s

    Lady Pank is a popular Polish rock band. It was started in 1982 in Warsaw by Jan Borysewicz and Andrzej Mogielnicki. Its first famous song was "Mała Lady Punk" (Little Lady Punk). Lady Pank garnered some attention in the United States in 1986 when MTV placed the video for the band's single "Minus Zero" on heavy rotation.

  • Mesajah

    (41,335 listeners)

    reggae, dancehall, ragga, polish

    Mesajah is a Polish Reggae artist who focuses on a progressive political message.

  • Paprika Korps

    (107,212 listeners)

    reggae, polish, heavy reggae, dub

    Paprika Korps is a alternative heavy reggae band from Poland and among the hardest touring Polish bands, domestic as well as abroad. Their touring list over the last three years contains well over 200 gigs in 20 European countries. The summer of 2003 you could experience Paprika Korps live in Moscow, as well as on the artic circle in Finland.

  • Pogodno

    (47,147 listeners)

    alternative, polish, alternative rock, rock

    Pogodno was settled in Szczecin in 1996 and played its concerts first in Germany. First it was formed of 3 guys but in the course of last years Pogodno has grown to a kind of a big band with singing girl and a little brass. Now the band is 4 guys and is one of the best alternative Polish bands.

  • Rei Ceballo

    (19 listeners)

  • T.Love

    (175,794 listeners)

    rock, polish, polish rock, alternative

    (Not to be confused with T-Love the Hip-Hop artist). T.Love started as a punk rock band “Teenage Love Alternative” in Częstochowa (Poland) in 1982.

  • Vavamuffin

    (244,096 listeners)

    reggae, ragga, raggamuffin, polish

    Vavamuffin is a Polish raggamuffin group. Their music is a mix of raggamuffin, traditional reggae and roots sound with elements of dancehall. Their first album, Vabang!, was released in 2005 by an independent label - Karrot Kommando. The band performs regularly in Poland and other countries, e.

  • Voo Voo

    (67,719 listeners)

    polish, alternative, jazz, rock

    Voo Voo is a Polish band formed in 1985. Their music is a combination of rock, folk, jazz, improvisational and some other genres. The name comes from the leader initials utterred in Polish and spelled English way.

  • Warsaw Village BandUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (29,896 listeners)

    folk, polish, polish folk, world music

    True to their name, Warsaw Village Band (in Polish: Kapela Ze Wsi Warszawa) is based out of Warsaw, Poland, and combine traditional Polish folk music with modern sound elements.