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Daktyl

(There is also a Polish Rock band called Daktyl, although there is little information available for them).
Daktyl is one of those producers whose name couldn’t be anymore suited in describing his ability behind his productions. Having spent many years playing piano, pressured by his parents he began to learn the craft, which unknown to him at the time had added an assailment of skills to his production belt. Like Daktyl on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/daktylmusic

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Nosowska

Nosowska is an abbreviation of Katarzyna Nosowska (aka Kasia Nosowska), best known as the lead singer of Hey (Polish rock band, she co-founded in 1992). Besides her career with the band, she has released five solo albums, to date. Her solo releases are substantially different in style from that of Hey's. While Hey has been faithful to / rock, Kasia has experimented with industrial & electronica sounds, e.g.

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Kult

There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Kult is a rock band formed in 1982 in Poland by Kazik Staszewski. The band performed its first concert in July 1982 at the Remont Club in Warsaw. Although it was not released until July 1987, the first Kult studio album was recorded in September 1986.
The original members of Kult were Tadeusz Bagan, Dariusz Gierszewski, Kazik Staszewski, Piotr Wieteska. The membership of the band changed over the years.

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In Vain

There are a few artists with this name. 1) In Vain is a progressive death metal band from Kristiansand, Norway. Formed by three young music enthusiasts back in 2003, the band has already released two highly critically acclaimed self financed EP’s; Will the Sun Ever Rise and Wounds. Will the Sun Ever Rise(2004), a three-track EP of unrelenting atmosphere, aggression and complexity. The EP was embraced by metal heads and journalists alike.

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Feel

1. Feel is the brainchild of ex-Wanderlust frontman Scot Sax. They released their first record, "Feel", on Curb Records in 2002. Since then they've released two other albums, Invisible Train (2005) and Steps To Reach A Human (2006). 2. Feel is a Polish band which was formed in Katowice (Upper Silesia) in 2005. Originally called 'Q2', the band later adopted 'Kupicha Band' as its name and then finally 'Feel'.

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Reds

There are three artists by this name. (1) Born in the spring of 2004, REDS brings together four individuals with disparate backgrounds in a way that both creates tension and finds harmony. Their individual roots are recognizable .. but find balance and unity within the songs... the songs fly along at furious speeds, rarely letting up, and never losing their intensity. The lyrics, mostly shouted and screamed but occasionally sung, strive to pointedly connect the personal and political - showing clear anger and frustration yet never letting go of positivity and optimism.

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Underground

The Underground Band was created by Andrzeja Budnego (voc), Aleksandra Bielę (git) and Łukasza Jednickiego (bass) at and of 90's then Krzysztofa Machę (drums) and Michała Rozbickiego (git) had join the group. They are from Rybnik. They Take a stand in polish tv program "Rower Błażeja" and "Kuba Wojew

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Harlem

Harlem is an American garage rock band comprising vocalist/guitarist/drummer Michael Coomers, vocalist/guitarist/drummer Curtis O'Mara and bassist Jose Boyer. Harlem started in Tucson, AZ before relocating to Austin where they generated a mountain of attention, both with their live shows and their self-issued 2008 album Free Drugs ;-).

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Myslovitz

Myslovitz is a Polish alternative rock band, whose music incorporates elements of college rock, shoegazing, and - arguably - britpop, with a dose of melancholy. Although often dubbed "the Polish Radiohead" by critics, their music is actually more reminiscient of Coldplay and Travis or early Radiohead. From 2003, EMI Records has been attempting to establish them internationally, with considerable support from MTV Europe. As of 2005, Myslovitz are rated as the most popular Polish act abroad. The band take their name from their industrial hometown of Mysłowice in Upper Silesia (Southern Poland).

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