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Zabranjeno pušenje (English: No Smoking) is a Bosnian rock band formed in Sarajevo (then Yugoslavia, now Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1980. The group's musical style primarily consists of a distinctive garage rock sound with folk influences, often featuring innovative production and complex storytelling. Currently, the band consists of founding member, vocalist and guitarist Sejo Sexon, longtime drummer Branko Trajkov, guitarist Toni Lović, bassist Dejan Orešković, violinist and keyboardist Robert Boldižar, and saxophonist and flutist Lana Škrgatić, only female member.
Rock Ko Fol
Rock Ko Fol is a collaboration of influences sprung from the BALKAN cultures that our World renowned professionals were raised in, until venturing out with their rare soundscape overseas and beyond.The Band is heavily influenced by Sevdah, which is Bosnian traditional music that typically accompanies the translation of one's love, pain and harnesses the enduring struggle one goes through to achieve their dreams. With Frontman / Guitarist Dinko "DeeDee" Salihbasic, Percussion Master, Elvis Katic and Bassist & Back Up Vocalist, Almir "AC" Crnovic, these three have learned to harness the Balkan rock era sound they grew up with and fused it with Northern American influences that are currently shaping the form of the frontier the Band is now headed in.
Divanhana is a Bosnian sevdah band which performs traditional music in new arrangements created under the influence of jazz, pop and the 20th century classical music. Divanhana’s intention is to cherish and present the urban traditional music not only from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also the traditional music from the whole Balkan region, with a particular accent to Sevdalinka.