From 25th to 29th October 2017, Katowice will host one of the most prestigious musical events in Europe – the WOMEX World Music Expo. Four Polish groups will perform at the opening concert: Aukso, Vołosi, Kapela Maliszów and Lautari. Read more »about: Polish Bands to Inaugurate WOMEX 2017
Tallin Music Week is one of the most important music festivals in the Baltic region. Since its foundation in 2009, the festival has grown to include conferences such as Creativity For Change and even a Songwriters Camp. This year, six bands from Poland will perform at TMW: Coals, Janusz Prusinowski Kompania, Moo Latte, Rhythm Baboon, RAT and Sutari. Read more »about: Polish Bands at Tallinn Music Week
Tallinn Music Week (TMW), Music Estonia, Estonian song contest Eesti Laul and Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland have joined their forces again to organise another professional song-writing camp in the Baltics from 27 - 30 March 2017. The writing and recording period will last for two days (March 28 and 29). Read more »about: Songwriting Camp as Part of Tallinn Music Week
MENT Ljubljana (1-3 February 2017) is hosting three Polish acts this year: Coals, Sotei and Teielte. Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland will host a reception at Kino Šiška and a large number of Polish delegates will take part in the conference panels. Read more »about: Poland at MENT Ljubljana!
Two Polish bands are playing this year at Eurosonic Noorderslag – Buslav and Trupa Trupa! The event, which takes place in Groningen, Netherlands is highly opinion-forming and the biggest European music showcase festival. The 31st edition will happen between January 11th – 14th. Read more »about: Buslav and Trupa Trupa at Eurosonic 2017!
7 artists from the Nextpop/Innersong stable are taking part in an event co organised by the labels and the 2Track.pro portal. The competition will end with the releasing of a digital album of the winning reworkings of 10 tracks by: BOKKA, Fismoll, Kari, Oly., Baasch, Milky Wishlake & Lari Lu. Read more »about: Nextpop & 2Track Join Forces for a Unique Competition
Polish bands will be one of the main attractions at two upcoming music festivals in Brazil: Antimatéria Festival in Rio de Janeiro and Música Estranha Festival in São Paulo. Culture.pl is a partner of both events as part of its programme to present Polish culture in Brazil in 2016. Read more »about: LXMP and Mitch & Mitch in Brazil
Between 16-18 November comes the Budapest Showcase Festival. It will feature upcoming musicians from all over Eastern-Europe and showcase their music for the international and regional professional public and music fans. Polish artists Brodka, Buslav, Coals will perform and Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland is a partner of the event. Read more »about: Polish Artists at the BUSH Festival
This year, the event will take place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain between October 19 - 23. Polish representatives decided to team up with contemporary music bands and designers. As a result, Poland will have its exhibition stand designed by the "Gdyby" group from Gdańsk. Read more »about: Poland at Womex 2016
Eight Polish artists performed at 2016 Zandari Festa in South Korea. The festival, taking place from 30th September to 3rd October, saw more than 160 acts performing at a dozen venues to crowds of music fans, journalists and global industry professionals. Read more »about: Polish Artists at Zandari Festa 2016
Four Polish bands will perform during Reeperbahn Festival 2016. The Don`t Panic! We`re from Poland showcase will take place at Häkken on September 22nd. The Don`t Panic! We`re from Poland showcase will take place at Häkken on September 22nd. Read more »about: Polish Bands at the Reeperbahn Festival
This summer Boiler Room hosts crème de la crème of Polish alternative music artists. The prestigious broadcasting platform supports the best artists from all over the world among them two bands from Poland. Follow KAMP! and Księżyc the brand new Boiler Room’s stars. Read more »about: Polish Artists Hosted by Boiler Room
In Jazzpospolita’s music there is a clash between rock and jazz, power and lyricism. The band's melodic, clear songs were complemented by their energy at concerts even at the start of their career. Improvisation and, with time, more and more melancholy, burst into the orderly structures of their music. Read more »about: Jazzpospolita
The Poznań-based Spring Break Festival in April 2016 will feature established stars as well as debutants from the Polish independent music scene. Together with Culture.pl, the Don't Panic! We're from Poland project is a partner of the conference accompanying the festival Read more »about: Spring Break 2016 Showcase & Conference
Tallinn Music Week is a cyclical event of great significance to the music industry and to Baltic and Nordic countries. The presence of Polish artists at TMW 2016 will be a chance for them to make headway in those markets. Read more »about: 9 Polish Bands at Tallinn Music Week
Paulina Przybysz was only 21 when the band Sistars, which she started with her sister, Natalia, disbanded. Since then, she has been recording solo as Pinnawela, although she probably feels most comfortable working with several groups simultaneously. She is a member of Rita Pax, in a duo with Marek Pędziwiatr entitled Minimal, and she is also Sonar Soul’s vocalist. Read more »about: Paulina Przybysz
They’re the ones sending out music with a blue-and-pink bunny to Primavera, The Great Escape, and the Jazzahead festivals. Culture.pl talks to Iga Zawadzińska, Michał Hajduk, Krzysztof Halicz, and Barbara Feliga from the Don't Panic We're from Poland project of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
Read more »about: Don’t Panic, We’re From Poland! – An Interview
Polish winters tend to be severe, so artists lock themselves in their homes and recording studios to compose, produce and get ready for spring, when artistic and social life revives. This is why every year, between March and May, we are rewarded with several premieres of the finest quality.
Read more »about: Spring 2015 Top 6 Polish Indie Music Premieres
Iceland has long been the uncontested trailblazer of indie music, but Poland is soon to rise as a fair contender for the title. We interviewed a man who has been behind the scenes since the very beginning, discovering one prodigy after another: Leszek Biolik Read more »about: Poland Will Be the Next Iceland