Home recorded country-folky music from Croatia. Has a nice minimal and very direct sound. Sounds like someone’s dad from a few decades ago who just found these tapes in the attic. Good stuff to listen to at night on a road trip.
(((1))) Heavily accented country folk. Has that nice “right there” quality.
((2)) Cheesy, repeated refrain of “Oh myeh goawd I see a blonde voo-man!”
((((3)))) Basic “doot-doot” strumming and kinda ghostly vocals.
(((4))) Slow strum with a lot of reverb on voice and guitar. Pretty nice overall.
(((5))) Slow and kinda similar to the previous track with hazy singing and lots of whistling.
((6)) Humming, pretty generic singing and strumming.
((7)) Slightly faster but kinda blurry sound. Not bad but not all that listenable either.
(((8))) Louder and repetitive. Works in that weird quasi minimalist mid-60’s “punk” way.
(((9))) Like a Slavic Lou Reed with just as dark lyrics about a murdered lover.
(((10))) Buzzy, disjointed, weird but sorta charming.
(((11))) Super rudimentary rock n’ roll with a “Velvet Undeground by way of Zargeb” thing.