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Šinobusi

Šinobusi

Šinobusi


The band „Šinobusi“ was founded in Novi Sad at the end of 2001. After months of playing, the band decided to dedicate itself to making its own music.The band believes that, being melancholically plain and having the wide and slow Danube, similar to the rhythm of Louisiana, Vojvodina is fertile ground to sow the seeds of blues. Distinguished from other blues themes in Serbia, this was the beginning of their musical authorship. Šinobusi experimented with the double bass and “tambura” (a kind of stringed instrument) Read more on Last.fm
The band „Šinobusi“ was founded in Novi Sad at the end of 2001. After months of playing, the band decided to dedicate itself to making its own music.The band believes that, being melancholically plain and having the wide and slow Danube, similar to the rhythm of Louisiana, Vojvodina is fertile ground to sow the seeds of blues. Distinguished from other blues themes in Serbia, this was the beginning of their musical authorship. Šinobusi experimented with the double bass and “tambura” (a kind of stringed instrument), playing Vojvodinian melodies in a blues style. Šinobusi made their first debut album in November 2003, in Komandant Adam Studio in Sremska Kamenica, Serbia.

At the beginning of July 2005 , City Records record company released the album “Nekad jurimo kroz polja, a nekad stojimo u stanicama” (Sometimes we are travelling through the countryside, sometimes we are in the stations) There are eleven songs on the album: Down by the lake (an adaptation of the traditional Vojvodinian song), It hurts Me Too (an adaptation of the traditional American song It Hurts Me Too), and 9 more original composition. Šinobusi began to promote their album by performing at festivals, and on television and radio shows. Four videos were made for the songs Down by the lake, It hurts Me Too, When Magpies Stare at Me and In the Bottle produced by IOV Studio in Novi Sad. In November 2005, the band made a record in English, supported by Maja Rakić on backing vocals. The band performed on the Tuborg Green Fusion Stage at EXIT 05 festival in Novi Sad (SRB).

In August 2005, the band performed at the Fifth International Blues & Jazz Festival in Šabac (SRB), and the Sunflower Festival in Zrenjanin (SRB). Šinobusi increased the pace of performances, generating a positive atmosphere and creative energy, which helped them to develop towards a better and more stable band. During 2006, Šinobusi performed at festivals in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (4th International Mostar Blues & Jazz Fest, “In Wire” Blues-Rock Festival in Užice, Beer Fest in Belgrade…) and had more then 50 performances in clubs all over Balkan. The music of Šinobusi has been broadcasted on RUA Fm in Lisbon, Portugal and on FM Arinfo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

At the begining of 2007. Šinobusi recorded their second album called “Tribute to the Blues” at “Do-re-mi” studio in Novi Sad. In april 2007. Šinobusi will go on tour playing 5 concerts in Croatia and Slovenia. Representing the concept of realistic lowlands blues , the music of Šinobusi is a fusion of blues, rock and jazz.

As well as performing original compositions, the uniqueness of jazz and blues allows the band to perform acclaimed arrangements of Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, B. B. King, Rory Gallagher, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Freddie King, Robben Ford, William Bell and many more. Šinobusi are: Milan Korać – vocal, guitar Predrag Dmitrović – bass guitar Đorđe Bubnjević – drums Nenad Patković – guitar, slide, vocal, harp For all information, news, schedules and much more, please contact us at: www.shinobusblues.com info@shinobusblues.com or talk to our manager Pedja at +38163/833-0394 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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