Kultur Shock frontman Gino Yevdjevich lets his vibrato undulate in large waves, as if to swell his entire being in grandeur. The group is a polyglot bunch out of Seattle (members originally from Tokyo, Washington State, Bosnia, Bulgaria) that takes dance music of southeastern Europe from I'm guessing about 80 years ago—already a polyglot music, folk dance, Turkish, Mediterranean, Gypsy, urban violin kitsch, jazz—and adds layers of raucous comedy by way of the vocals: deliberately hammy guttural... More >>>