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In the ‘00s traditional Eastern European music, from gypsy derived Balkan folk to Russian mazurkas and beyond, became an unexpectedly fashionable source of inspiration for a whole wave of American-independent acts like A Hawk and a Handsaw, Gogol Bordello and Beirut. And while these American artists projected an unabashedly romanticized vision of the exotic lures of Eastern European folk culture, the Warsaw Village Band, a Polish ensemble with a knack for performing native folk tunes with wild, punk-like abandon, were drawing inspiration from the aesthetics of American rock ‘n’ roll. Infinity is the group’s first album of entirely original material and sees them moving further from the folk tunes and traditional instrumentation that characterized their earliest work, embracing elements of electronica, the cavernous soundscapes of dub, the odd time signatures of Middle Eastern music and even the four-on-the-floor beat of disco. Though Infinity’s determined stylistic diversity can be confusing, it also makes for a refreshingly challenging listening experience.

Customer Reviews

The best WVB ever!

It's absolutely the best album of Warsaw Village Band. This is the way we should think about our past!! It's so interesting that this young Poles are able to create such a fantastic vision of contemporary - roots music in a small country somewhere in Europe. Amazing! One more - Maja Kleszcz - her vocal is absolutely fantastic - the strongest weapon of this band and album. Love it! Hope to see them in US!!!!!

Polish mazurkas.

for the sake of clarity, the mazurkas are not Russian but a traditional Polish folk music.

Biography

Formed: March 21, 1997 in Warsaw, Poland

Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Poland's post-communist music scene of the 1990s and 21st century has included everything from bubblegum Europop to death metal and black metal to jazz to traditional Polish folk. The music of the Warsaw Village Band could be described as contemporary Polish folk-rock; they are far from purists when it comes to Polish folk, but no one will accuse them of sounding like an American or British Top 40 group that just happens to have lyrics in Polish. Rather, the Warsaw Village Band have favored an approach...
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