Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming weekend in Warsaw:

FRIDAY, 28 April
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Pablopavo i Ludziki

Among the Polish rock’n’roll poets, it is Pablopavo who is the master of the art of songwriting, claims Grabaż, the leader of bands such as Strachy na Lachy and Pidżama Porno. Pablopavo (born Paweł Sołtys on 30 th March, 1978) grew up in Warsaw’sStegny district, but since the late 90s, he has has lived in Grochów, a neighbourhood which has been his favourite part of the capital for many years. He has gained recognition as one of the three vocalists of the band Vavamuffin, which makes music that fuses Jamaican pulse with Warsaw street pertness. The energetic ensemble, established in 2003, musically refers to traditional reggae, as well as to the newer styles of dance music that came about in the 80s, such as dancehall and ragamuffin. Pablopavo is Vavamuffin’s ‘middle’ voice, Gorg has the lowest vocal range, and Reggaenerator has the highest.

Where: Klub Hydrozagadka (click to open map)
When: Friday, 28 April, 8 PM
How much: 40 PLN
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FRIDAY, 28 April
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The Love And Beauty Seekers

The music of the trio is a unique amalgam of Free Jazz, Improvised Music, Punk and Romanticism, which results in an incredibly fascinating, vibrant and fresh sound and attitude. Although the music includes a lot of freedom and space, it also features beautiful melodic themes and coherent development of the compositions, in complete contrast to the chaos and mayhem that usually characterizes avant-garde music. The trio uses a plethora of effects, toys and other paraphernalia to create sounds that ornament their basic trio sound, which also broadens the overall result.

Where: Mózg, Jana Zamoyskiego 20 (click to open map)
When: Friday, 28 April, 9 PM
How much: 15 PLN
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FRIDAY, 28 April - SUNDAY, 30 April, 2017 SATURDAY, 29 April
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BRY in Warsaw

Bry is an Irish singer/songwriter with a unique approach to life. Using social media as his vice, the young Irish man's life goal is to travel to (and perform in) every single country in the world. Thus far, 62 countries have graciously been ticked off the list in just a few years. Emboldened by the growth of his followers online, Bry (or BriBry as he was known until this year) saw the opportunity to take his music out of the online sphere and into the physical world. Operating without a manager, booking agent, or record label for 3 years, he booked trips overseas, tweeting his intention to be in a certain city at a set time, and then waiting with his guitar in tow to see who might show up. This approach drew 80 people to Central Park in New York and 120 more to Tallinn, Estonia, among others  – tangible evidence of a loyal, committed community that was building. This encouraged the singer to book tours of more ... Ireland and the UK in 2013/2014. In late 2014, a word-of- mouth recommendation from a friend led Jonny Quinn, Snow Patrol drummer and co-founder of Polar Patrol Publishing, to check out the singer-songwriter’s YouTube channel. In early 2015, Bry duly joined Belle and Sebastian, Johnny McDaid and more as the newest addition to the Polar Patrol stable, with 13 Artists signing up to represent the singer for live bookings and Mondo Management at the helm. Straight off his October and November dates with Twenty One Pilots,

Where: Proxima, Żwirki i Wigury 99 (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 29 April, 7 PM
How much: 80
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FRIDAY, 28 April - SUNDAY, 30 April, 2017 SATURDAY, 29 April
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Limboski

free electro, melodramatic, ballado rock, spank, blues. these words describe Michał Augustyniak who is one of the more intriguing figures of Polish alternative music. check his music this Saturday

Where: Beerokracja (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 29 April, 8 PM
How much: 40 PLN
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FRIDAY, 28 April - SUNDAY, 30 April, 2017 SUNDAY, 30 April
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Maciej Ożóg & Kasper T. Toeplitz

Kasper T. Toeplitz is a French composer and musician of Polish origin, born in 1960. He lives in Paris. his early work was mostly written for traditional instruments. He received several prizes and distinctions for these works: 1st prize in composition for orchestra at the festival of Besançon, 1st prize in the Opéra Autrement/Acanthes competition, Villa Médicis Hors-les- Murs in New York, prize Léonard de Vinci in San Francisco, Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto, and DAAD in Berlin. He has also written for his electric guitar orchestra, Sleaze Art. He then integrated computers into his work, via the programming language MAX. His experimentation with computers continued, in 2003, with the creation of an instrument he calls the BassComputer, an electric bass with 5 fretted strings and 4 unfretted strings, as in the harp guitar. The instrument is intended to be interfaced with a computer

Where: Mózg, Jana Zamoyskiego 20 (click to open map)
When: Sunday, 30 April, 8 PM
How much: 20 PLN
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