DUBIOZA KOLEKTIV ZRAK DOWNLOAD
Bosnia and Herzegovina musical groups Bosnia and Herzegovina musicians Bosnia and Herzegovina ska groups Bosnia and Herzegovina reggae musical groups Hayat Production artists. Dubioza kolektiv also known simply as Dubioza  is a Bosnian avant-garde dub rock group known for their crossover style that incorporates elements of hip hop , dub , ska , reggae , rock , punk , electronic music , and Balkan music , and for their socially and politically conscious songwriting with lyrics in multiple languages. Zenica , Mostar , Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina. Lyrics for the songs on the Happy Machine album were penned in response to events that unfolded over the 2 years prior to its publication, including the Gezi Park protests , the jailing of the founders of The Pirate Bay , and the European refugee crisis , and featured numerous collaborating artists from around the globe and lyrics in English, Spanish, Punjabi, and Italian. Dubioza’s album, Pjesmice za djecu i odrasle English:
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Dubioza kolektiv has made all their recent albums available for download free of charge on their website,  also uploading them onto The Pirate Bay. The drink is also mentioned in the song No Escape From Balkanand a blueprint for the distillation contraption is also featured on the album cover in protest of new EU regulations requiring a permit even for small scale spirit production intended for domestic use.
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Due to the warthere was no electricity; the band used to meet in the evenings and jam in the dark. The group’s music often combines serious lyrical themes and content with satirical and humorous lyrical style and presentation, and a lighthearted melody and simple and dancable rhythm, attempting to appeal to as wide an audience as possible in disseminating its art and ideas. You can help by adding to it.
Dubioza has consistently embraced socially and politically conscious texts, speaking out about injustices befalling ordinary people, political corruption, and attempting to raise public political awareness.
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Two of the songs also featured accompanying music videos. Roma awareness raising campaign,    the Refugees Welcome campaign,  a Slovenian environmentalist campaign to preserve the Mura River and a campaign to revive the Bosnian Dita Tuzla laundry detergent factory  wrecked by the Bosnian War and subsequent privatisation.
Dubioza kolektiv has been described as a “band without a genre “. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. ZenicaMostarSarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina. Members of the group embrace a ” DIY ” approach to music, writing, recording and producing it in their own studio, self-designing disc covers and websites, and carrying out most of the remaining band-related work like administering the band’s social media presence and producing music videos largely by themselves.
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Retrieved 14 March Dubioza kolektiv released their self-titled first album in April Bosnia and Herzegovina musical groups Bosnia and Herzegovina musicians Bosnia and Herzegovina ska groups Bosnia and Herzegovina reggae musical groups Hayat Production artists. Though the group considered contending to represent Bosnia in the Eurovision Song Contestthey eventually decided against the idea as they would have to sign a contract obligating them to refrain from making any political statements.
Illegal Enterprise was the first album where all lyrics were written in the Bosnian language. Dubioza’s fourth album, kolekttiv do 12was the first to be released online in full and for download free of charge.
Instead of monetising their songs through intellectual property, Dubioza has instead been committed to exploring alternate modes of generating income as artists, including promoting their live performances instead of record sales, marketing the group’s merchandise, and soliciting cryptocurrency donations, while regarding the traditional mode of music industry income generation as “outdated” and unfair to the artists.
The group has also adopted a distinctive on-stage image, featuring rzak dress replete with the band’s, Ziggi rolling papers’, and The Pirate Bay ‘ logos, a tight stage choreography, lively and rambunctious performance antics, and proactive audience interaction.
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The album addresses the social and political situation in transitional Balkan societies, discussing corruption, privatisation of social propertyand the opportunistic political oligarchy. Archived kilektiv the original on 2 October Archived from the original on Lyrics for the songs on the Happy Machine album were penned in response to events that unfolded over the 2 years prior to its publication, including the Gezi Park proteststhe jailing of the founders of The Pirate Bayand the European refugee crisisand featured numerous collaborating artists from around the globe and lyrics in English, Spanish, Punjabi, and Italian.
This section is empty. The song and music video were subsequently featured on Pirate Bay’s homepage. Retrieved from ” https: Dubioza kolektiv in The group’s activism against “right-wing jolektiv, xenophobia and fascism” is in part based on their home country’s experience with the repercussions of such ideologies.
Songs for Youths and Adults features songs written exclusively in Bosnian language. Dubioza has supported various civic movements and non-governmental organisations including by advocating them during live performanceshaving attended and performed at the Slovenian protests and Macedonian protestsand supported the Dosta!
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