Who are the Pogues of Podgorcia? The Horslips of Herceg Novi? The Chieftains of Cetinje? The Mal Coiffee of Mojkovac? I could go on but I’m bored now.
There is not enough for a Spotify playlist. This is what I did find.
There is or was a world music festival in the coastal town Tivat. A short promo video on the YouTube playlist.
Sanja Raičković and Šule Jovović a jazzy duo were on the bill along with the afore mentioned Ethno Grupa Zora and Biseri Narodnog Melosa Crne Gore (sorry, I can’t get a translation from Google or Bing that isn’t total nonsense. I’m guessing Pearls of folk melodies of Montenegro). If Biseri Narodnog Melosa Crne Gore were less formal and had a little edge, they might represent what I was looking for.
Milomir Miljanić doesn’t.
Then there is turbofolk. Now, turbofolk is usually associated with Serbia, but it does extend into other Balkan countries, and as Montenegro is next door as it were and shares a considerable amount of culture and history with Serbia, it is of little surprise that Montenegro supplies a few turbofolk artists.
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