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Vec s kapelou SK

Space aréna SLSP Saturday 17:00 Show in program
Vec s kapelou

Pohoda 2017 will have also one of the most prominent figures of the Slovak hip-hop, Vec, together with Škrupo and the band. Branči Kováč, Škrupo, Filip and Jakub Hittrich, Andrej Hruška, and Roland Kánik will play at the Space Arena SLSP.

In 1997, Vec and Midi released album Trosky, which is now a hip-hop classics. In 2001, as a DJ, he made it to the DMC World Final in London. Later he began releasing music under a pseudonym, and his albums Dobré ráno (2005), Funkčný veterán (2008), and Stereo farbo slepo (2012) provided him with many opportunities to appear on stages mainly in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Last year he released a personal EP Domáce potreby, for which he received a Radio_Head Awards award in the Hip-hop/Rap/R'n'B category. His fans like his work because his music and lyrics are not full of ego, there are thoughts and opinions, all of that with a good dose of insight.

Filip Hittrich is a bass player and a sought-after producer who, in addition to working in his studio PodPovrchom in Trnava, has worked with Mária Čírová, Dano Heriban, and Kamil Mikulčík and bands Hudba z Marsu, Žena s ovocím, and M.A.F. Trio. He is currently active in trio TalentTransport.
Drummer Jakub Hittrich graduated from the Conservatory in Bratislava and has collaborated with artists such as Peter Cardarelli, Trinity group, and Mária Čírová and bands Fermata, Sanyland, H projekt, Take One, and others.
Andrej Hruška is a guitarist and a co-owner of production and recording studio Littlebeat. He has collaborated with artists such as Sisa's Food, Save The Cookie, Nikki Tresor, Funkastic, Andrej Šeban, Sanyland, and Tina.
Roland Kanik is a multi-genre keyboardist, arranger, and a specialist in Afro-Cuban styles and latinjazz. He has collaborated with artist such as: Mango Molas, Azucar Cubana, Žena s ovocím, Richard Muller, AMO, Bene, and others. In 2008, he won the Aurel award in the World Music category for the album Ultima Rumba (Mango Molas), which he produced.