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Jü
Country
Hungary
Profile
Jü is a Budapest-based power trio consisting of guitarist Àdàm Meszáros, fuzz-bassist Ernö Hock, and drummer András Halmos.
Website
http://thepowerofju.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (3)
Jü — Summa Jü — Summa
(RareNoise RNR074, 2017, CD)
Alex's Hand — Goblinsz...?1! Alex's Hand — Goblinsz...?1!
(Bandcamp no#, 2016, DL)
Jü Meets Møster — Jü Meets Møster Jü Meets Møster — Jü Meets Møster
(RareNoise RNR047, 2014, CD)

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