Gogol Bordello The audience for Gogol Bordello were an unexpected mixed bag - the punks, goths, and musos in their requisite uniforms - with the addition of a lot of younger children with parents. GB don’t strike me as the MOST child friendly band, but their infectious energy clearly appeals to a very broad demographic.


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Gogol Bordello No one could accuse Gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello of being lazy, with their string of albums and their mega list of gigs and festival appearances since they formed in 1999. Their chaotic brand of music somehow fuses eastern European folk with punk, while remaining politically and socially aware, rather as The Pogues fused Irish traditional music and punk.  However, their reputation is heavily based on their frantic, ramshackle stage shows and a packed-out house in Manchester has turned out to see if they live up to it.


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