Maybe not. I introduce to you, Two Head Without Dread.
Roby, is a musician out of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a multi-instrumentalist with reggae sounds comparable to that of Bob Marley.
First off. I must issue, Roby, a formal apology. My head wasn’t right during the show today and I introduced him twice as, The Head Without Dread. So I just wanted to get that cleared up.
I played his song, “Jah The Holly” (Jack In Foil). The song makes you want to tap your foot and bob your head right off the bat. The mixing in this song is on point and Guitars and other instruments are clear and concise.
Short Bio – Project “Two Head Without Dread” (“T.H.W.D.”) from Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina was formed at the end of 2005, as an “acoustic duo” where he plays a lot of concerts in the region with many guests. After a slightly longer break, today they are currently working with two members and are creating and recording in an improvised home studio where the duo will be built into a multi-member ensemble.
Hey, very happy to welcome you to the Radio Show and Podcast community. Tell us a little bit more about yourself. Introduce yourself to the community.
Thanks for the invitation! In my life I enjoy music the most and to make something new, at the moment there are only two of us in the project and we like similar music and genres. We had a couple of bands that didn’t really survive but they stayed in a fond memory. I normally work in television in directing for about 20 years, I play guitar, I play games when I have time! I love traveling, photography and most people to collaborate 🙂
One thing that I’m always interested in, when I sit down and chat with artists is, what their defining moment was that they knew that they wanted to be in music… What was that moment in time for you?
I have been playing the guitar since childhood. I finished a series of music school. I had my first band when I was 14 and since then everything has started to form, and there have been breaks. Over time, various ideas for music and genres were born, starting with metal, punk, punk rock, reggae. Today I like to experiment in music, apply different genres in one: D
I, myself, personally think that there’s too much social media out there to keep up with. I understand why it’s necessary but there’s a ton of it out there. What are your feelings on social media and music today?
Before it was a little different, it was recorded on cassettes in my time then came the CD, today it is as you said too crowded, a lot of distribution companies, promoters, social networks … every day comes a lot of information when I look, and I’m glad that LP’s are still being listened to somewhere.
Who, musically, is one of your bigger influences?
I love different music, when I was a teenager I was most influenced by punk music, such as Ramones, The Clash and many others as well as some metal bands, and I still explore reggae music today and of course I was influenced by Bob Marley.
If you’re looking for some nice, groovy music to enjoy and relax to, find Two Head Without Dread at the links listed below.
“People, play, sing, work, create and stick to the genre you love and let it be your inspiration every day 😀 Rock on!!!!!!”
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/twoheadwithoutdread
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