Support - Ambassadors

Famous musicians in ex-Yugoslavia and the world round support the Mitrovica Rock School and its mission to restore Mitrovica as a center for rock and roll.

Meet our ambassadors!


Dubioza Kolektiv

Billy Gould (Faith No More):
"To the uninitiated, Dubioza Kolektiv are a band from Bosnia known for their fresh take on hiphop, mixed with reggae, dub, rock and Bosnian folklore; others more familiar with the name know them as a killer live band, and notorious leaders in the fight for social change in their home country. ... If there was an award for Independent Artist of the Decade, they would have my vote."
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Shvaba of Elektricni Orgazam

 
Also known as the Rolling Stones of ex-Yugoslavia, Elektricni Orgazam (Electric Orgasm) is a rock band from Belgrade widely acclaimed throughout the region. Originally starting as a combination of New Wave, punk rock and post-punk, the band later slowly changed their style, becoming a mainstream rock act.
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Atheist Rap

Atheist Rap is an ex-Yu punk rock band from Novi Sad, started in 1989. They have been selling out clubs in Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia and Serbia for years now, showing that sarcasm and strong criticism of authorities is a universal necessity for the people in the Balkans.
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum


As one of the leading advocates of rock culture in the world, the Rock Hall is a natural and valued ally for the Mitrovica Rock School. As the Rock Hall puts it:

"Rock and Roll, in all its forms, gives us a microphone to communicate with the world. It has the power to bring nationalities and generations together, to elect world leaders, and to move people.  No other art form has the social significance of Rock and Roll."
Read more on the MwB website