Štefan Kovač Marko Banda

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Štefan Kovač Marko Banda
http://skmbanda.bandcamp.com/
skmbanda@gmail.com
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Past Events
  • 30 July to 2 August 2016
    A tour of Serbia by the Štefan Kovač Marko Banda at Student Cultural Centre Kragujevac, Youth Cultural Centre in Belgrade, Čačak, Kragujevac, Serbia
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  • 29 March 2015
    Panontikon, a tour by Štefan Kovač Marko Banda, at Rybanaruby in Prague, Czech Republic
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  • 27 March to 28 March 2015
    Panontikon, a tour by Štefan Kovač Marko Banda, at Baracke 5, VL Ludvigstrasse in Halle (Saale), Ilmenau, Germany
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  • 20 March to 21 March 2015
    Panontikon, a tour by Štefan Kovač Marko Banda, at Jugendverein MuKuKu, Sub Graz in Graz, Kremsmünster, Austria
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  • 2 October to 3 October 2013
    Concerts by Štefan Kovač Marko Banda in Ilmenau, Marseburg, Germany
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  • 30 September to 5 October 2013
    Concerts by Štefan Kovač Marko Banda in Bohumín, Brno, Kroměříž, Tábor, Czech Republic
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  • 28 September to 29 September 2013
    Concerts by Štefan Kovač Marko Banda in Bardejov, Košice, Slovakia
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Štefan Kovač Marko Banda (abbr. ŠKM Banda) is a guitar "post-rock" quartet from the village of Beltinci in the Prekmurje region of north-eastern Slovenia, rebuilt from the members of defunct band Avant-Garde in 2003. The band named itself after the fallen national hero Štefan Kovač-Marko, the organiser of the resistance movement against fascist occupation forces at the beginning of WWII in Prekmurje.

Gigs

The band drew broader attention after its involvement with the Club Marathon in 2005. In the past years they have extended and mastered the fusion of elements from various music genres – including rock, guitar noise, jazz-like and hardcore licks and strong rhythmic pulse. Concerts around Slovenia and abroad followed.

ŠKM Banda performed together with colleagues, folkies from the town of Beltinci, Mlada Beltinška banda at Druga Godba Festival 2010.

Discography

Since 2005, they have released 4 albums, all published by the Prekmurje-based God Bless This Mess label. Their début album was Patentat (2005), followed by Šamar-janka (2008). The next release is a recording of the live performance in the studio of public Radio Slovenia is called Izštekani, named after the respectable broadcast show modelled on the well-known international example (Unplugged). In 2011 ŠKM Banda released the album Rdeči [The Red], available also on vinyl.

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