Gypsy Punk

Gypsy punk is a style of Punk Rock music with strong Eastern European music influences, especially various kinds of Romani Folk Music and Balkan Folk Music as well as Klezmer. The name was coined by Eugene Hütz, the leader of New York based Gogol Bordello, founded in 1998 by immigrants from several countries from different parts of the world. At about the same time Balkan film director Emir Kusturica (and his band, The No Smoking Orchestra) made a smooth transition from Balkan music (popularized by Goran Bregović, who had been writing music for Kusturica's films since the late 1980s) to a more punkier and less traditional sound, giving a strong impact on the development of the genre as well. Other notable and influential Gypsy punk artists include Kultur Shock, Norwegian Kaizers Orchestra and Moldavian Zdob şi Zdub, but aside from a few bands the genre remains an underground phenomenon.

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