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There's a new scene who's appearing in the Est of Europe, one can hear about some brand new bands from Poland. They play a music between Rockabilly and Psychobilly, and the band has a solid reputation. You have to discover their first album. Before seing them in our countries, here is their interview. I write the songs, sing and play guitar.
Komety have been around for a couple of years but we released our debut album just a couple of months ago. The drummer and I are from Warsaw's Zoliborz district. For this reason we like to describe our music as Zoli-billy. Pleban lives in the nearby town of Pultusk. We listen to a lot of different things.
I think everybody's music reflects the place it comes from. Living in Warsaw, Poland has definately shaped our music and words and helped us come up with our own sound. I'm not sure if what we play could be described as typical rockabilly or psychobilly so it's safer to call it Zolibilly. It's everything we like about rockabilly music without some of the obvious and predictable cliche's which we personally find quite boring.
In Poland until recently were no rockabilly or psychobilly records. My previous band Partia was the first band to change this. Partia's sound was closer to punk and for Komety's first album I wanted a 50's kind of sound with clean guitar, double-bass and lots of sun studio style slap-back.
In Poland there had never been a record like that, but I want Komety's second album to be yet something else. I'm always trying to experiment and come up with new ideas. You can buy it at : terra. Most of our fans are Polish anyway and I'm sure that for people in other countries listening to some songs in Polish will be a completely new experience.
The words are a very important part of what we do. They deal with some of the darker and more depressing sides of big city life. Like I told you the scene in Poland is still quite small, but I see it developing and I find that encouraging. Interview Le dernier interview Toutes les interviews. Interview: Komety June There's a new scene who's appearing in the Est of Europe, one can hear about some brand new bands from Poland.
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