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Thankfully, as Serbia began to emerge from its nineties nightmare, so did turbofolk. We use cookies on our website to enhance your user experience. If you continue without changing your settings, we’ll assume that you are accepting our use of cookies as described in our Cookie policy. Music video for “Plavo More” by Nikolija. In post-communist societies that remain broadly unaccepting of homosexuality, like those of the Balkans, queer performativity in popular culture is made possible by the lack of a shared code between the predominantly heterosexual mainstream audience and the queer and queer-friendly culture-makers. Kairat Kapanov performs in drag on X Factor Kazakhstan.

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Croatian and Bosnian hits are played alongside Serbian ones, and visiting performers venerated.

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feca Music video ceca nije monotonija “Plavo More” by Nikolija. Sign up to our newsletter here: At its best, turbofolk allows young people in the Balkans and the diaspora to escape from their often mundane and cecs economic circumstances, access a profoundly healing sense of shared identity and achieve catharsis and transcendence, while the pain-infused lyrics allow young women and gay men to reprocess past personal traumas in a context of empowerment, release and social support.

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The medical metaphors may seem quirky, but they point to the fact that for young people in the Balkans and the diaspora, this music is itself therapy. This is especially true when the music in question comes from non-Western countries and incorporates folk elements.

Turbofolk: how Serbia’s weird and wonderful pop music came in from the cold

In post-communist societies that remain broadly unaccepting of homosexuality, like those of the Balkans, queer performativity in popular culture is made possible by the lack of a ceca nije monotonija code between the predominantly heterosexual mainstream audience and the queer and queer-friendly culture-makers.

Thankfully, as Serbia began to emerge from its nineties nightmare, so did turbofolk. What I find so compelling about the genre is its willingness to be dark, sad and angry typically from a female or coded gay male perspective and explore extreme emotional states while remaining dancefloor-oriented — in stark contrast to the emotionally shallow EDM that for some years has been the dominant form of commercial dance music in the West. If you continue without changing your ceca nije monotonija, we’ll assume that you are accepting our use of cookies as described in our Cookie policy.

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Serbian turbofolk used to be associated with nationalists and gangsters. The substance of the music is so instrumental to regime objectives that it was used as a form of propaganda by the state.

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Want more stories delivered to your inbox? Still from the video for “Nije Monotonija” by Ceca image: Kairat Kapanov performs in drag on X Factor Kazakhstan.

Turbofolk has a dark past as the music most associated with the nationalist forces behind the violent breakup of Yugoslavia. In the face of widespread youth unemployment and economic precarity even for those in work, sometimes the best medicine is a great night out with your friends — downing vodka mix drinks, dancing in a floating club on the Danube to local music in mlnotonija language you understand with themes and performers you can relate to, and maybe sneaking in a surreptitious snog with a stranger called Zlatko before heading home.

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