Činč

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Činč
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Činč in DK Studentski grad, May 5, 2008
Background information
Origin Serbia, Belgrade
Genres Psychedelic folk, Chamber pop, Comedy rock, Alternative rock, Indie rock, Post-rock
Years active 2001 — present
Labels Amorfon, Templum, Listen Loudest, Kornet
Website cincplug.com
Members Luka Stanisavljević
Đorđe Ilić
Irena Vanić
Srđan Stojanović

Činč (Serbian Cyrillic: Чинч, pronounced [tʃintʃ]) is a Serbian band that Đorđe Ilić and Luka Stanisavljević formed in 2001. Before that, the duo performed for several years under the name Čudan Šimijev Bend.[1] In 2003 and in 2004, respectively, Irena Vanić and Srđan Stojanović joined the band. Činč's notable features are weird lyrics, sophisticated melodies and peculiar scene acting.[2] The band often performs at cultural centers, libraries, galleries, radio stations and Belgrade's botanical garden. Činč has collaborated with many artists, including names like Yoshio Machida, Marko Brecelj (ex-Buldožer), Saša Marković Mikrob, strip-workshop Šlic and others.[2]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Osečev sjaj (Škart, 2001, reissue Amorfon, 2004)
  • Ponašanje (Templum, 2003, reissue Listen Loudest, 2007)
  • Polyphonic Poetry (Amorfon, 2006)
  • Kalendář (independent web release, cincplug.com 2011)

Various artists compilations[edit]

  • Music for Baby (Amorfon, 2004)
  • 11. bombardiranje Njujorka (Listen Loudest, 2007)
  • Šta treba maloj deci (Kornet, 2007)

Band members[edit]

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