Norbert Kristof

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Norbert Kristóf
Born (1980-09-01) 1 September 1980 (age 33)
Miskolc, Hungary
Genres Indie, sadcore, melancholia
Occupations Songwriter
Years active 2000-present
Labels unsigned

Norbert Kristof (born 1980) is a Hungarian indie singer, songwriter and guitarist from Miskolc, Hungary. He has a unique and deep voice with a melancholic vibe.[1]


On 25 October 2010, Norbert Kristóf released his third studio album, Milk including six new songs and a demo version of the song Winds Tied Together. Milk as Kristóf describes is something that you cannot live without when you are a child

Musical style and influences[edit]

In the early years Norbert mostly listened to The Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Radiohead and other alternative bands. Later he discovered singer-songwriters such as Elliott Smith, Damien Rice and Bright Eyes and the latest years Norbert mostly listening to The Cure, Depeche Mode, Deftones and new bands like Jeniferever and The Radio Dept.[citation needed]



  • Bunny Demo (2004)
  • Anna (2007)
  • The World of Never We Are Forever (2009)
  • Milk (2010)
  • America (2013)


  1. ^ Described by a fan: "Some songs are like as if I were swimming... going on and on, gliding over the water. Listening to it I feel there is no world outside, only the water, all around me. It is sad and i feel it is honest really. Like when at your show your eyes were closed all the time, as if you weren't present, and then sometimes i closed my eyes too, and I felt like that too, that I'm not there... I loved that. It's a bit like me, it's sad, but it lives... and I was listening to it on the bus, too, on the way home, because some songs are like when you have to take a step forward, have to go on... to be on the road without wanting to arrive.. you don't even know where - as there isn't much choice."[citation needed]

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