- Published: Wednesday, 09 March 2022 08:27
1- Ale and Arrach
Photo : Russ Williams KEF 2005 (Helsinki)
The Argentine Ale Kosabela surprised us in 1988 when he first appeared in Kolekto 2000 on the first post-punk-rock album of La Porkoj…
He returns with this song "Bestoj fiaj", which he sang to the music of the punk-hardcore band from Toulouse, Arrach, and thus contributes to the compilation Esperanto Subgrunde 2.
Arrach has been around since June 2002 and debuted in a hardcore punk style. A 5-track demo was quickly recorded in December 2002 to promote the group, and dates began to follow in France. The group has recorded several albums and also participated in a dozen compilations such as "Haute tension", "Punk en France", "20 ans of Radical Antifascism" between 2004 and 2012. Currently Arrach has performed more than 200 concerts throughout France and also in Germany, Belgium , Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Italy, and in Morocco with bands on stage like GBH, Soziedad ALkoholika, Parabellum, Human Alert, Oberkampf, Leftover Crack, Born Dead, Body Bag, Les Amis d'ta femme, Brassen's Not Dead, Les Apaches, Lower Class Brats, Black Bomb A, Trepalium, Offending, Condkoi, Skunk, l'Enfance Rouge, Burning Heads, Les Ramoneurs de Menhirs, Heyoka. From 2015 and after various changes, the group resumed with 4 musicians, now tuned in "re" with a revised musical orientation of Hardcore Trash...
In Arrach there are ex-musicians from the former band Arrach Moumout who participated in the first volume of Esperanto Subgrunde.
2- Brassens Not dead
Brassen's Not Dead is a French anarcho-punk rock band from Toulouse, France. It was created in 2006 to revive the memory of Georges Brassens, reinterpreting his songs in Punk versions, preserving the humor and the spirit of protest. The musicians, originally from the punk movement of the 1980s and 1990s (Les Sheriff, les Valseuzes, Trashbug, etc.), all have solid musical experience and share a communicative enthusiasm for Georges Brassens' lyrics.
For this compilation, Brassens Not Dead takes the translations that were made for Jacques Yvart's first Esperanto album.
Corbata, Japanese grindcore band from Tokyo, Japan
2011: begining of the band
2012: release of the first demo
2013: -GRIND ON THE DOORSTEP !!! KD, -GRINDBASTARDS vol.7, -A ROAR OF INDIGNATION LD (LP)
2014: -4way EP, -Divin wind ep, -Global grindcore compilation SLAVE to the GRINDCORE
2015: GRINDBASTARDS vol 9
dec. 2016: -1st LD album by Corbata [IN THE NOISE], CD shared Corbata with O.G.D [A TOUCH OF THE BLAST]2018: 2nd CD of Tie [An Endless Hate]
4- Drei Flaschen
Drei Flaschen is a German punk rock band from Berlin. Founded in 1995 as a purely fun project under the name Drei Flaschen in'na Plastiktüte, the three Berliners were invited to their first concert as the first part of The Exploited.
Later other musicians were added.
With the kind permission of ROADSHOCK (Berlin)
5- Eveline Paŭla
Eveline Paŭla is a Brazilian Esperantist who writes songs in Portuguese and Esperanto.
She likes to make good songs that touch the mind and the heart and also move the body.
Eveline Paula graduated in pedagogy and is now studying Literature.
About the song «Kiu mi estas?» Eveline says: I am very grateful to Julio Caligari who suggested I compose punk rock music, and to his daughter Marianna who inspired the melody for me with her song "Morceguinhos".
I listened to some punk rock songs and I thought this new song should be about something more intimate. Writing the song I felt a duality in my heart like I was good and bad at the same time, and I also remembered people who told me who I was and what I should be and think.
... and this is how this song was born.
Text and music: Eveline Faria Fernandes de Paula
Singer: Eveline Paŭla
Score: Valéria Caffaro
Review: Angela Faria
Arrangement and music recording: Rafael Milhomem
Fikiĝu is a mincecore brute band from Brazil (São Paulo region).
Mincecore is a music genre based on grindcore with sociopolitical lyrics.
It is a crude and minimalist form of grindcore.
Their first and only album Atako Sona was released in April 2014 at Bandcamp.
Kreb: guitar, drums, vocals
The band Frakasi was formed in early 2010 in Ivanovo, Russia, by Vladimir, also known as Jan Ali Sin, when he and his friends began rehearsing and recording domestic demo songs. The initial intention was to play hardcore 50/50 in Russian and Esperanto. Stable membership only came in 2012: Vladimir - vocals, Bob - guitar, Mikhail - bass and Denis - drums. In the spring of 2012 the band started performing. During the year, about half a dozen DIY gigs took place at various underground venues in Ivanovo and Moscow - rock clubs, rehearsal bases and squats. During the last concert Frakasi played in one scene with popular punk band Purgen, after that concert Vladimir decided to disband his group.
In addition to playing in Frakasi, Vladimir recruited for Esperanto among Russian punk musicians and distributed homemade CDs with Esperantocore music. That's why he was inspired to record tracks in Esperanto with some other Russian punk bands - "SocialZero", "Rezistanco", "Skverna", and started collecting material for the new Esperanto compilation.
In the summer of 2021 Vladimir relaunched the band with a fresh membership by slightly changing the name of the group to Frakasu.
8- Jan Ali Sin kaj Ruĝa Espero
In the spring of 2021, Jan from the band Frakasu (then not reformed) met Alexei from the Petersburg (Russian) group Ruĝa Espero. Jan showed Alex his newly written songs. Alexei immediately offered to record something together, and chose an outline of Jan's song "Nevidebluloj".
Alex arranged the music and played all the instruments, and Jan sang.
Jan Ali Sin is also developing a solo punk electro project with his debut album « Punk’ ne mortis ».
9- JoMo kaj Liberecanoj
This band was formed in 1998 on the occasion of the recording of the album in honor of the anarchists in Spain in 1936 and the Ukrainian anarchists of the Machnovshchina. Pure anarcho-punk rock album in Esperanto.
At the end of September 2021, especially for the compilation Esperanto Subgrunde 2, JoMo rewrote and sang again in Esperanto "Al la barikadoj" and re-recorded the anarchist song with the help of Thierry Viguier who made the new musical arrangements, played guitar, and recorded and mixed in his own sound studio in Montauban.
For the other songs "Kun ci" and "Makhnovshchina" are:
JoMo (J. M. Leclercq): voice, bass
Poej (Pierre Bertrand): guitar
Studio: Studio Stansy (Toulouse)
Sound engineers: Jean Louis Parre and Max Bale
About Liberacanoj :
10- Krio de Morto
Krio de Morto from Poznań, Poland (now Glasgow-Poznań).
Started as a simple anarchic punk band in 1986. Fast forward to hardcore and even crossover, as one member liked metal music too much.
Later the band started playing a modern version of punk music and added theatrical performances.
Its new current music mixes elements of industrial music, metal, electronics, and evolves into a style that the band describes as "death dance".
- Gregor van Glapson: guitar, vocals, synthesizer, drums, samplers
- Tomasz "Fragles" Rajewicz: guitar, synthesizer, drums, samplers, backing vocals
- Christina Spook: bass guitar, female choirs
- Wojciech "Wosiu" Kuszewski: Bass guitar, backing vocals
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