Łona and Webber is a hip-hop duo created by rapper Adam "Łona" Zieliński and music producer Andrzej "Webber" Mikosz. This year marks the 20th anniversary of their debut album "Koniec Żartów". The first offering of the group set their intentions very clearly - Łona's distinctive rapping style, where he focuses on highly intellectual, eloquent verses and reliance on word games and allusions paired with Webber's production skills, referring to the classing New York aesthetic and inspired by traditional analogue mixes.
Łona and Webber are best known for their playful, sarcastic - and more often than not a bitterly accurate diagnosis of the realities of living in Poland. Among their verses are transcripts of a conversation with God (interpretation of this song was included in leaving exam for high schools), conversation with cuts (dialogue between rapper Łona and cuts from different songs by different artists), a letter to the president of Iran encouraging him to sample alcoholic beverages or electing to focus their creative attention and efforts on a radiator.
The eighth offerings from the hip-hop formation, minialbum "Śpiewnik domowy", reached the first spot on the official retail sales chart, proving once again that their intellectual brand of rap is as popular as it has ever been.
The experimental French project Igorrr will showcase their unique take on music genres at the Main Stage of Pol'and'Rock Festival.
Warsaw Village Band makes use of traditional folk songs and traditional folk instruments to create music that is current, modern yet steeped in the history and identity of the Mazovian region. The band is one of the best-known world music groups from Poland.
The twentieth anniversary of their debut release at Pol'and'Rock. Inspiring hip-hop formation from Szczecin returns to Pol'and'Rock Festival.