Kazety are an electro/post-punk band from Prague, Czech Republic formed in 2008. The band consists Johana Švarcová (vocals, keyboards), David Doubek aka Ventolin (vocals, guitar) and A Schwarz (VJ). http://www.myspace.com/kazety
Tata Bojs is a Czech alternative rock-electro band formed in Prague, Czech Republic in 1988 by Marek Huňát aka 'Mardoša' (bass) and Milan Cais aka 'Bublajz' (drums, vocal). Present members are: Mardoša, Bublajz, Vladimír Bár, Jiří Hradil and Dušan Neuwerth.
Sme jing a jang zpívající pudřenky, jablíčko
a hruštička, hrášek a lusk, cukr a bič, Tom a Jerry,
Nagasaki a Hirošima, podprsenka a tanga,
Koranteng a Borhyová, prostě se doplňujem. Já, Adélka (temná mamba) mám motto :
Czech freak-folk from Doksy at Máchovo jezero. The album MENU (2011) was recorded in a kitchen using inbuilt Mac microphone and remastered by Tomáš Neuwerth. On the second album, RADIO (2013), Kittchen and Tomáš works together in a kitchen and also in proper studio.
Zrní (meaning "grain" or "corn" in Czech) is a band from Kladno, Czech Republic. They call their music "něžný artbrut" ("tender art brut") The band formed on June 23rd, 2001, which is the day of their first (unofficial) concert at the restaurant "U České Lípy".
Prago Union are a hip-hop duo from Prague, Czech Republic established in 2002. Largely a product of Kato's unique lyrical wordplay and storytelling as well as skillful beatmaking, Prago are considered by many fans and critics to be one of the best and most consistent hip-hop artists of the Czech hip-hop scene.
The second album for Slovak electro-pop quintet veers into the territory of playful yet tastefully nostalgic electronics of Berlin's Morr Music label. Singer Bet-Maj Sepja pulls her voice like taffy over percolated beats, sounding sometimes like a trip-hop chanteuse and, even better, like a Miss Kitten style sneaky provocateur on more new wave inspired tracks like "Z Bodu do Bodu."
Based in Prague/Brno, Czech Republic, post-hudba (lit. post-music) started as a noise pop duo, but soon emerged into more melancholic, dreamy piece of an electro-pop band. They call their genre 'existential pop', and although no-one knows what exactly that means, you can be sure it's made rather for listening than dancing.
Fiordmoss began making music in 2008 in Czech Republic. Their sound is a mixture of their diverse roots and influences including traditional song-writing, electronic and dance music, rock and pop principles.