KUZLE was a punk rock band from Idrija (Slovenia) in former Yugoslavia, active from 1979 to 1981. 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 Džuboks, 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), and 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". 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. (from discogs.com)
utorak, 30. travnja 2019.
RADIO was an obscure and very underated new wave band from Sarajevo (Bosnia & Hercegovina) in former Yugoslavia. This is their one and only one album from 1981. Album produced by Ranko Boban. Most of the lyrics was written by Duško Trifunović.
ponedjeljak, 29. travnja 2019.
GOLA JAJA was probably the first punk rock band in Pula (Croatia), formed in 1978 and one of the greatest punk legends in ex-Yugoslavia. The band is formed by Denis Barlian, Nenad Zec and Zoran Vukelić, then 14-year old kids. The band members were changing often, and in 1982. two demos were recorded by following line-up: Denis Barlian (vocals), Semijan Giljanović (guitar), Tonči Vuković (bass) and Krunoslav Jakšić (drums). In late 80’s, military and marriage obligations of the band members led to disbanding. Vocalist Denis Barlian died in 2008. of kidney cancer. (from last.fm)
nedjelja, 28. travnja 2019.
ČAO PIČKE are formed in 1981, in Ljubljana (Slovenia), from former members of punk and wave band "Ljubljana 78" and "Orkester Titanik". The core of the band at first are drummer Jani Sever and bass player Ljubo Kopač – Kope. Vocals are engaged by Alenka Marsenič – Marsa but shortly also Iztok Vidmar joins them on a guitar, which he replaces for bass soon after. Quartet with unusual form – two bass guitars, drums and vocal - and short, striking songs becomes attraction of Ljubljana's alternative scene. After break up of "Čao pičke" Marsa is active in first Slovenian female hardcore band »Tožibabe«, Iztok is settled after short time in »Lolita« and Jani sets sail to journalistic waters. (by Polona Poberžnik)