Different Sounds Zone presents: Nagrobki

The next concert in the autumn edition of Different Sounds Zone is a gig by the duet Nagrobki from the Tricity. Nagrobki are Maciej Salamon and Adam Witkowski – musicians known in Polish alternative music scene from such bands as Woda, Gówno, Wolność or Langfurtka. Over the last several years, it is this band that has become the artists’ foremost project, gaining a large following of fans along the way. It’s not surprising, considering Nagrobki  offer an excellent fusion of surrealistic black humour, original sounds and own mixes of various genres. With each new album, the band confirm that at present they are among the most interesting bands in Poland and they are great at concerts too.

When: 25 October 2018, 19.00
Where: Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 5a – 2nd floor, auditorium
Tickets: 15 PLN – advance sale, 20 pln – on the day of the concert. 

Tickets can be bought 

BEFORE THE CONCERT (from 3 to 24 October) – price: 15 PLN 

1. In Workshops of Culture’s secretary’s office (Grodzka 7 – 1st floor, room 104). We are open 10:00-16:30 from Monday-Friday. We accept cash and card payments. 

2. In our online store:  You can pay by bank transfer. 

ON THE DAY OF THE CONCERT (25 October) – price: 20 PLN

1. An hour before the concert in front of the auditorium inside Workshops of Culture (Grodzka 5a – 2nd floor)

How to collect your ticket? 
Tickets purchased online can be collected in Workshops of Culture’s secretary’s office (10:00-16:30, Monday-Friday). Before the concert, tickets can be collected from the staff in front of the room, where the concert is taking place. 


Nagrobki (lit. gravestones)  are Maciej Salamon (guitar, vocals) and Adam Witkowski (drums, vocal). The band’s music is an original fusion of guitar noise, cold wave, big beat and early black metal.  As excpected from a band carrying such a name, their lyrics are about passing, death and departures.

The band’s discography consists of “Pańskie wersety” (2014), “Stan Prac” (2015) and “Granit” (2017). The last two albums featured Olo Walicki, Mikołaj Trzaska, Tomasz Ziętek and Michał Skrok. The band have also written music for theatre plays: “Intro” of the  National Theatre Dada von Bzdülöw, two plays directed by Michał Kmiecik – “Słowo o Jakóbie Szeli” in the Polish Theatre in Katowice and “Portret Trumienny” in the Polish Theatre in Poznań, as well an audiodrama inspired by the drama “Koniec Przemocy” by Magda Mosiewicz and Bogna Burska. Until today, Nagrobki have given over 100 concerts in Poland and abroad (including Open’er, OFF, Unsound, Tauron New Music, Springbreak).