Dubioza kolektiv

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Dubioza kolektiv is band from Bosnia founded in 2003 from members of Gluho doba against Def Age (Zenica) - Adisa Zvekic, Adis Zvekic, Almir Hasanbegovic - and Ornamenti (Sarajevo) - Brano Jakubovic and Vedran Mujagic. Latter, guitarist Armin Busatlic (ex- SCH, Beastly Stroke), a drummer Senad Suta and percussionist Orhan Oha Maslo joined Dubioza kolektiv.

Gramofon records released Dubioza's first self-titled album in April 2004. In December 2004, Dubioza kolektiv second CD is released: EP Open Wide containing tracks featuring dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah and Mush Khan from Pakistani-UK band Fun-da-mental.

In June 2006 Dubioza kolektiv released a new album on Gramofon record company. The album Dubnamite, containing ten new songs, has been recorded in 2005/2006. Guests on the album are Defence and a French artist Niköll (Nicolas Cante).

Album "Firma ilegal" was released in March 2008 in Bosnia and Herzegovina through record label Ekipa. "Firma ilegal" is album is in Bosnian language. Guest artist on "Firma ilegal" album are Adnan Hamidovic a.k.a. Frenkie (track "Dosta") and Gino Banana from Kultur Shock (track "Stav").

New album is going to be released in April 2010.

The band performed at Sziget Festival, Hungary (2005/2006), Socha Reggae Riversplash Festival, Slovenia (2005), Exit Festival, Serbia (2005/2007/2009), Eurosonic Festival, Netherlands (2005), Topvar Rock Festival, Slovakia (2005/2006), Barevná planeta festival, Czech Republic (2005), Rototom Festival, Italy (2006), Colors of Ostrava Festival, Czech Republic (2006/2007), Fete de l'Humanite, France (2006), Balkan Trafik Festival, Belgium (2007), Real Beat Festival, Czech Republic (2007), Couleur Cafe Festival, Belgium (2007), Taksirat, Macedonia (2007), Beer Fest Belgrade, Serbia (2008), Bruis Festival, Netherlands (2008), Viva la Pola Festival, Croatia (2008/2009), Dirty Old Festival, Croatia (2009), Križanke Urban Fest, Slovenia (2009), Njoki Summer Festival, Slovenia (2009), Rockoupani Festival, Czech Republic (2009), Pivolend festival, Macedonia (2009), and numerous festival and club gigs in Bosnia, Slovenia and Croatia.

Live act consists of 8 people: 2 vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussions, keys/sampler and sound technician, performing a fusion of dub, reggae, hard core and Bosnian ethno sounds.

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