DUS - 1

Pop, World & folk


Werkstatt Kultur-Bar, Chur

Their latest EP is a unique mix of modern beats and folky banjo vibes.

"scoletta" is the latest EP by DUS, which was released on June 14, 2024. The Grisons native and the Bernese Oberlander surprise with a unique mix of modern 808 beats and folky banjo vibes, but also with socio-critical lyrics on current topics such as stereotypes and equality. The two "Alpine brothers" bring the almost lost, fourth Swiss national language "Rhaeto-Romanic" back to life and invite you to sing and dance along with their sophisticated productions and catchy melodies.

About DUS
DUS is a Rhaeto-Romanic folk pop band from Switzerland. Since their formation in 2016, Gino and David, the creative minds behind DUS, have pursued their friendship and passion for music with a unique blend of innovation and tradition. Following their debut album "Clar E Stgir" (2018), DUS gained Swiss-wide recognition with their Rhaeto-Romanic version of "079", and subsequently released the bilingual picture book "Giugiu & Roro", the first edition of which quickly sold out.  The highlights of their concert career so far have been the "House Of Switzerland" in Stuttgart, the Gurtenfestival Bern and the Blue Balls Festival Lucerne.

DUS worked on their latest EP "scoletta" together with Eurovision-winning producer Benjamin Alasu and ex-Eluveitie frontwoman Anna Murphy. The first single "1 2 3" already conquered numerous Swiss radio stations in spring 2024 and proved to be a real catchy tune. With their new music, however, DUS are aiming for more than just spreading a good mood. They stand up for minorities and want to make their listeners think and continue to create a sustainable connection between sound culture and language.

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27/10/2024   20:00 - 22:00 h


Admission free (collection)


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Werkstatt Kultur-Bar
Untere Gasse 9
7000 Chur


Kulturverein Werkstatt Chur
Untere Gasse 9
7000 Chur


  • Pop general
  • Folk music

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  • Voluntary contribution / collection