Branimir Štulić, better known as Johnny, is an extremely important figure in Yugoslav culture, not only of the 1980s and not only in the milieu where he was active. He is the New Wave’s most famous figure and the most important hero of our most important music
Croatia Records announced the reissue of the album “Večeras vas zabavljaju muzičari koji piju” (eng. Tonight You Will Be Entertained by Musicians Who Drink) by the group Riblja čorba
This year, in August, it will be 150 years since Petar Preradović passed away.
Why Croatia Sends the Best to the World Football Championship and the Worst to the European Singing One
Music critic Dušan Vesić writes about the reasons behind Croatia’s debacle at Eurovision: why is music in Croatia no longer art but is becoming an industry of shoddy goods? It didn’t use to be this way. In a country “where nothing was right”, Croatian Eurovision music was undoubtedly dominant
Antiwar songs, lyrics and melodies that were heard in Serbia in the 1990s are testimonies that the authors from the “forbidden side” reacted to the horrifying autumn of 1991 and the years after, some openly, some through more hermetic poetics