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Boogie Chilli

Boogie Chilli

Boogie Chilli


Boogie Chilli – words which seemingly don’t go well together. Boogie is associated with something out of date, music which dominated on stages tens of years ago. Chilli, in turn, suggests freshness, sharpness and truculence. However, Boogie Chilli is a symbiosis of these two words which explodes with uncommon power on stage! Boogie Chilli was formed in 2002 in Poznań by experienced musicians: Maciej Sobczak (guitar), Robert Fraska (bass), Janusz Siemienas (guitar) and Andrzej Kubiak (percussion). Read more on Last.fm
Boogie Chilli – words which seemingly don’t go well together. Boogie is associated with something out of date, music which dominated on stages tens of years ago. Chilli, in turn, suggests freshness, sharpness and truculence. However, Boogie Chilli is a symbiosis of these two words which explodes with uncommon power on stage! Boogie Chilli was formed in 2002 in Poznań by experienced musicians: Maciej Sobczak (guitar), Robert Fraska (bass), Janusz Siemienas (guitar) and Andrzej Kubiak (percussion).

First two of them play in Hot Water also, the rest in Wielka Łódź. After a year the group grew bigger because of Leszek Paech, harmonica player’s joining. Wielka Łódź’s blues experience as well as Hot Water’s blues and rock wisdom formed unusual stylistic synthesis. It means esteem to blues and rock tradition on the one hand and continuous willingness to experiment on the other. That’s why the group is a big concert attraction – tunes, played by Boogie Chilli, sound different every time as artists adore improvising and developing their music in often completely unexpected direction.

What is more, listeners may find here worship of harshness and uncleanness which can be almost associated with grunge sound from early nineties. Apparently typical rock instruments (two guitars, bass, percussion and harmonica) are also interesting, because one of the guitars is known as ‘dobro’ and the second one as ‘slide’. It often causes formation of curious, non-typical sounds or impressive harmonies. Read more on Last.fm.

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