Dubioza collective

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Dubioza collective (2012)

Dubioza Kolektiv is a dub band from Bosnia and Herzegovina founded in 2003 by members of the bands “Gluho doba against Def Age” ( Zenica ) - Adisa Zvekić, Adis Zvekić, Almir Hasanbegović - and “Ornamenti” ( Sarajevo ) - Brano Jakubović and Vedran Mujagić . Further members are the guitarist Armin Busatlić, as well as the drummer Senad Šuta and the percussionist Orhan Oha Maslo. They perform live with eight people: three vocalists, guitar, bass, drums, percussion and keyboard / sampler.

Gramofon Records released Dubioza's first album in April 2004 under the title Dubioza Kolektiv . In December 2004 the second album Open Wide was created . This album features tracks with dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah and Mush Khan of the Pakistani UK band Fun-Da-Mental . Dubnamite was released in June 2006 . The guest on this album is the French musician Niköll (Nicolas Cante). In 2013 the band released the album Apsurdistan . This is offered for free download on the official website.



  • 2004: Dubioza collective
  • 2004: Open Wide (EP)
  • 2006: Dubnamite
  • 2008: Ilegal company
  • 2010: 5 to 12
  • 2011: Wild Wild East
  • 2013: Apsurdistan
  • 2014: Happy Machine (EP)
  • 2016: Happy Machine
  • 2017: Pjesmice za djecu i odrasle
  • 2020: #fakenews

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