BIOGRAPHY : For all those who are not afraid to meet Punks and gypsies in the same party!
Since 2019, Çigàny Möhawk has been hitting his gypsy songs with big hits of saturation and heavy bass/drums rhythms. Thus tossed about by time and space colliding, the voice yells, loses its temper and then vanishes. Only an accordion flies over the chaos, twirling halfway between the divine and madness.
On the one hand there were punk concerts in squats, garages, barns and other self-managed places in Europe, on the other family celebrations where gypsy songs welcomed the sunrise.
So, little by little, the idea germinated to mix all that in one and the same project: Çigàny Möhawk.
There are values common to these two groups: a music knowingly different from Western standards, an assumed and claimed marginality, a questioning of private property, DIY, a code of laws above those of the place frequented, a rejection of borders and states, unwavering clan solidarity and, above all, uncompromising freedom
Fruit of this musical and social experience, harmonic minor scales with oriental hues have therefore replaced the classic pentatonics, the rhythms have become wobbly and the languages used (Romani, Serbian, Turkish, Spanish, Bulgarian, etc.) celebrate the long road of the gypsies from India to the Mediterranean.