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The Carbonfools

The Carbonfools

The Carbonfools


In 2000 DJ Titusz, a well-known Hungarian DJ and icon, and Tóth Szabolcs, sitar player, created Carbonfools. They were then joined by Zsüli (percussion) Zsazsa (bass) Kelo (drums) and Dado (guitar). Between 2000 and 2004 they played at several festivals and parties, culminating with the release of their first album Poisoned Gulash. This album is a fusion of rock, blues, reggae, dub, disco, folk, ethno and darkwave. The album was made without Szabolcs, who went to India to perfect his sitar skills. Read more on Last.fm
In 2000 DJ Titusz, a well-known Hungarian DJ and icon, and Tóth Szabolcs, sitar player, created Carbonfools. They were then joined by Zsüli (percussion) Zsazsa (bass) Kelo (drums) and Dado (guitar). Between 2000 and 2004 they played at several festivals and parties, culminating with the release of their first album Poisoned Gulash. This album is a fusion of rock, blues, reggae, dub, disco, folk, ethno and darkwave.

The album was made without Szabolcs, who went to India to perfect his sitar skills. In addition to their own projects, the band made many remixes for other acclaimed Hungarian underground bands. The English Mint Soure record label published three singles, which were very much welcomed by many English DJs. In 2006 Balázs Fehér joined as the lead singer of the band.

Prior to that, they mostly made instrumental tunes or occasional collaboration with different singers from other bands. From 2006, Balázs writes the lyrics and melodies for the band with some help from Titusz. 2008 saw the release of their newest album, Carbonheart, came to the spotlight. Its style is a bit different from the former ones, as electro, ska, rock and pop are the most dominant flavours on it.

As popular Hungarian radio stations started to play their songs, many of them from the album enjoyed great popularity, like Furilla, The Line and Cash. At the beginning of 2009 the guitarist, David Vigh decided to leave the band. Carbonfools presented their new guitarist in February 2009: István Fekete -Steve-, one of the youngest Hungarian rock phenomenons. http://www.carbonfools.hu 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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