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Recenzja koncertu na OFF Festivalu – Under The Radar Magazine

„However, Sunday truly starts with Trupa Trupa. There has been a lot of talk of this fast-growing Polish band hotly tripped to spread across to the West after impressing at SXSW plus Primavera, and with the imminent release of their new album Of the Sun, plus a newly announced world tour, I was eager to check them out for myself. Drawing on aspects of post punk, ambient post rock, and just a hint of pulsing psyche, they certainly impress by carving out their own unique sonic space that doesn’t neatly fit with any current trends, driving themselves ahead rather than just riding the wind of what is currently popular. Singer Grzegorz Kwiatkowski snarls in brattish English, his acerbic vocals floating inside watery delay that will no doubt serve them well at their dates in the US and UK. I love the guy who has constructed his own cigar box guitar out of what looks like a flight case, giving the band that sharp tiny cutting tone to put your teeth on edge. Dalej Recenzja koncertu na OFF Festivalu – Under The Radar Magazine

Recenzja koncertu na OFF Festivalu – Gigwise

„In a festival landscape where many line-ups are similar to one another, OFF is a bit of a maverick and is somewhere you’re guaranteed to see things you won’t see that easily elsewhere. With this in mind, its close following of the best emerging, and strong relationship with established Polish acts, makes discovery of great Polish music one of its strongest features. Dalej Recenzja koncertu na OFF Festivalu – Gigwise

BBC Radio 6 Music

„I am loving the music of Trupa Trupa out of Poland.”

Stuart Maconie, BBC Radio 6 Music, Freak Zone


The Current

Piosenka Longing zadebiutowała właśnie na antenie radia The Current w audycji New Hot Davida Safara.

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Making postpunk in the shadow of history: an interview with Trupa Trupa / Volume 1 Brooklyn

The music made by Polish post-punks Trupa Trupa finds a haunting balance between intensity and off-beat melodies, even as the group’s lyrics juxtapose the absurd with the harrowing. Their next album, Of the Sun, is due out next month on Lovitt Records, and they’ll be touring the US in October — including a stop at Union Pool on October 8. I talked with singer-guitarist Grzegorz Kwiatkowski about the group’s music, his poetry, and the place where they all converge. Dalej Making postpunk in the shadow of history: an interview with Trupa Trupa / Volume 1 Brooklyn

Recenzja koncertu na OFF Festivalu – Clash Magazine

Koncert Trupy Trupa jednym z najciekawszych występów tegorocznej edycji OFF Festivalu wg brytyjskiego magazynu Clash.

„Trupa Trupa continues to follow instinct over trend and treat a varied crowd to a mixture of new and old material. At moments verging on plain alt-rock, Trupa‘s ever-shifting tones change from song to song while maintaining a sense of hypnotism and drive totally their own. We can’t wait for the new album this September.”

Sam Walker-Smart,

David Fricke / Rolling Stone / SiriusXM / Of The Sun

„Just really dug them a lot. Trupa Trupa. A band that is at once very experimental but also deeply commited to the kind of noise that gets you out of your seat. You can get the sense that there is a lot of social protest, a lot of noise on behalf of the issues that matter. This is Trupa Trupa. The new album is called Of the Sun out in September. This is a track that really has a great sort of heavy metal Radiohead vibe about it and I really dig it. Keep an eye of that record.”

Rock and Roll Globe / Longing / Of The Sun

„Great modern psychedelic rock is alive and well and living its best life in Poland. And leading the present charge of innovative talent from Eastern Europe is Trupa Trupa, who will be releasing their excellent, excellent new album, Of The Sun, on September 13th via Lovitt Records – a taste of which you can check out on their BandCamp page. Dalej Rock and Roll Globe / Longing / Of The Sun

Jim McGuinn / Longing / Of The Sun

„Trupa Trupa’s music mixes elements of so many things I love – bits of psychedelia, krautrock, repetition, noise, melody, and beauty. It can be haunting, harsh, disturbing, meditative – sometimes all in the same track. This year they have made their best album yet, and have started releasing songs from it. Here’s a new video they posted last week for the song Longing – and the video has me beguiled, wondering about it long after I’ve watched it – who are these kids, why are the doing what they are doing, where was this filmed, when was it filmed? Beguiled enough to share it below.”

Jim McGuinn, The Current