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Žagar are a five piece psychedelic electronica band based in Budapest that are turning heads across the globe with their forward thinking sound design, catchy melodies and multi sensory live shows. Part of the burgeoning eastern European electronic scene, Žagar create a fresh and unique sound based on wave rock, electronica and psychedelic soundscapes. The Hungarian band started out as three-fifths of the Yonderboi Quintet and after a few years and some critical success, keyboard player Balázs Zságer (Žagar's namesake) and scratcher Dj Bootsie splintered off to form their own sound, exploring more experimental avenues in their music. They eventually added drummer Tibor Lázár, guitarist George Ligeti and bassist Ákos Zságer-Varga to complete the band and are now a hugely significant force on the Eastern European music scene. The talented band have already achieved strong critical acclaim, their last album 'Cannot Walk, Fly Instead', released worldwide on German label Mole Listening Pearls was nominated twice for the regional award at the MTV Europe Music Awards and entered the Top Ten in the music charts. The album won numerous awards, including the prestigious Hungarian Record Industry's Fonogram Award and hit single, 'Wings of Love' featuring Underground Divas, earned heavy radio play and secured the Number One spot for MTV's Video Chart. The band went on to accept second place in the Independent Songwriting Competition in the same year. Žagar are also attracting fans overseas, their music has been sampled in both short and feature films, and was included in the soundtrack for popular American TV dramas, CSI:Miami and CSI:New York, reaching millions of viewers worldwide. The band have so far played extensively over Europe including supporting Depeche Mode on their Budapest leg of their 'Tour of the Universe'. Highly praised for their electrifying live sets, in which they consistently create an atmospheric and unforgettable live experience. While preparing for...