Singers or bands Polish??
Hi, someone could indicate me to singers or bands polish, please
I think that this is quite an interesting playlist
You can also check: Akurat, Obywatel G.C., Rezerwat, Klaus Mitffoch, Aya RL, Breakout, Daab, Raz Dwa Trzy, TSA, Voo Voo, Tilt, Yugopolis, Pablopavo i Ludziki, Sztywny Pal Azji, Bajm, IRA, Varius Manx, Poluzjanci, Coma, Lao Che, Maleo Reggae Rockers, Indios Bravos, Kapela ze Wsi Warszawa, Blue Cafe, Łzy, T.Love, Studio Accantus, Edyta Geppert, Anita Lipnicka, Kayah, Karolina Kozak, Katarzyna Nosowska, Mela Koteluk, Aga Zaryan, Julia Marcell, Karolina Czarnecka, Dziun, Kasia Stankiewicz, Ania Wyszkoni, Kasia Cerekwicka, Urszula, Renata Przemyk, Martyna Jakubowicz, Maryla Rodowicz, Ania Rusowicz, Katarzyna Groniec, Alicja Majewska, Antonina Krzysztoń, Zdzisława Sośnicka, Ewa Bem, Anna Jurksztowicz, Krystyna Prońko, Ewa Demarczyk, Magda Umer, Irena Santor, Sława Przybylska, Przemysław Gintrowski, Ryszard Rynkowski, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Tadeusz Woźniak, Stanisław Soyka, Wojciech Waglewski, Maciej Maleńczuk, Mieczysław Szcześniak, Andrzej Piaseczny, Łukasz Zagrobelny, Piotr Bukartyk, Fisz Emade Tworzywo, Leski, Grzegorz Hyży, Kuba Badach, Maciek Balcar, Seweryn Krajewski, Lech Janerka, Stan Borys, Andrzej Zaucha, Andrzej Dąbrowski, Zbigniew Wodecki, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Mieczysław Fogg
Some polish singers - a list of my favourites, singing poetry and songs with poetic lyrics + sea songs (quite popular in Poland)
Stare Dobre Małżeństwo / SDM ; Wolna Grupa Bukowina / WGB ; Andrzej Poniedzielski ; Wojciech Bellon ; Magda Umer ; Elżbieta Adamiak ; Antonina Krzysztoń ; Ewa Demarczyk ; Krzysztof Daukszewicz ; Jacek Kaczmarski ; Przemysław Gintrowski ; Czesław Niemen ; Marek Grechuta ; Leszek Długosz ; Grzegorz Turnau ; Pod Budą ; Raz Dwa Trzy ; Cztery Refy ; Mechanicy Shanty; Yank Shippers . Many of their songs are available on Youtube.
Internet radio in Polish
This looks more like "serious" stuff and normally I'm not at all into rap myself but: I've also learned that whenever "linguistic experience" is primary it's surely hard to beat hip hop. So this introduced me to Polish rap and I can assure you I'm very happy about it. (Even as a non-rapper.) The Polish hip hop scene is surprisingly good, interesting and most of all: multifaceted. Colorful, there's got to be something for everyone. Much of what you'll hear of course is gonna be "tough" in terms of language, sometimes very tough, such is rap and one would better be prepared for it (that's already assuming you understand a word, which, for a learner, like me, will often tend to be all but impossible), at the same time it's also more authentic in terms of language than.. singing.
For starters I'd recommend at least having a go at Eldo, Paktofonika, Molesta Ewenement, Grammatik (part is Eldo), Pezet-Noon, Małpa and, of course, the stunning K44. Basically every record does. These guys hardly produced anything poor, although in Eldo's case I for one prefer his older records. All of these are all older acts, mostly rather underground (in their times), conscious, or what one might call Polish "cult" rap. Hip hop was quite new in Poland back then, my impression is this may well be the reason they were so good. But I don't know.
I'm much less in the picture (yet) regarding the more current scene. And one thing I'm missing is, curiously, females. For whatever reason, there really aren't that many female voices in Polish rap, it seems to me, I could name two or three. Which is sort of a pity. Anyway, I'll leave this for (other) Polish buffs on the lookout for something different now and then.
Happysad - personally I do not like them BUT they have very good lyrics If you like: hip hop - Peja, hemp gru, PiH
metal - Behemoth has few songs in polish https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4vy83_zgvg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaioK4krWdc ("Chwała mordercom Wojciecha" if you want to understand this song check on wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adalbert_of_Prague ) Kat is an legendary polish metal band https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZxnyZm6rHI Percival Schuttenbach - mix of folk music and metal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6HnuNP0d2g
Folk music - mostly in local dialects, if you're curious but useless because most modern people do not speak dialects in Poland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jQ_qNiCpXwlist=PLWqmHWHN1qvrGYLgk_00bxNLPsJYqF8PJindex=2
Unknown genre for me but very interesting "Czesław śpiewa" (his polish is quite funny - he is from Denmark) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHqTTSjWBvg
Donatan (and Cleo, they used to sing together, I don't know if they still do it together or separately)
I'm not into rap, but here are some rappers but they swear a lot - you were warned :D
You can also listen to some online radios like Eska or Radio Zet or RMF FM.
Some propositions from me that weren't mentioned in others' comments:
Brygada Kryzys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mS5jTh7RkEE
List of Polish radio stations: http://tunein.com/radio/Poland-r100398/
Lately I'm into folk music and Laboratoriumpiesni does some awesome folk (Polish and from other countries too) although I don't think it'll be suitable for learning the language: https://www.youtube.com/user/Laboratoriumpiesni
I also like Annutara https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbreIl-HBZvVcPnxh-m2jwQ
This was also interesting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdCmSt4798g
I like Myslovitz as they were introduced to me by an ex and it helped me immensely since a lot of their songs and albums were released with English and Polish versions. Korowa Milky Bar is the one I started with. I was told if you like Oasis you'll like them but I'd put them in a more Alt/Rock genre and that works better for me.
Other than that if you have a smart speaker try Radio Zet you'll hear a mix of English and Polish Pop or other radio stations. I kept trying to find a Rock station personally but was unable.