Now celebrating their tenth year of existence in 2020, Mayberian Sanskülotts have over the past decade expanded their line-up and become one of Hungary's finest contemporary bands. What's more, they have developed a camp of fans outside of Hungary as well, earning them warm welcomes at some of Europe's leading festivals (such as Barcelona's Primavera and Waves Vienna). Released in 2019, their fourth album, however, reveals new directions in their characteristically dreamlike - and simultaneously romantic and grandiose - sound. In the past year, the band has released two Hungarian-language albums featuring their songs from the past ten years, this time recorded under studio conditions.
Mayberian Sanskülotts was founded by the duo of Zita Csordás and Gallusz Balogh in 2010, and even with their early lo-fi home recordings (2011's Aloneinkápmegyer and 2012's PseudoDeath) they stood out with their songs and their ability to create a unique atmosphere crossing weltschmerz with a wonderful measure of spleen. In the past decade, though, they have simply expanded, developed and grown up in every sense. By adding a rhythm section, a keyboardist and another guitarist, the group's member...ship grew to six, while their sound, which originally evoked the feel of the Hungarian underground, became dreamier and more powerful. Their more recent albums - Adlait (2019), Neverending Sorry (2019), Rekult I (2020) and Rekult II (2021) - are characterised by melodies floating between bittersweet romanticism, the grandiosity - collapsing like a glacier - of loudly ethereal shoegaze and the echo effects of contemporary dream pop, with the latter released by the renowned label Tom-Tom Records. Their videos are also impactful (Unreal was named the video of the year), and live they are amazing, performing concerts where the pure personal connection and enhanced sense of spirituality are palpable. The bands songs have also appeared in several Hungarian film productions: in the series Aranyélet (Golden Life) and, more recently in the film A legjobb dolgokon bőgni kell (Things Worth Weeping For), with more certain to come.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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