Based in Prague, Czech Republic, Noisy Pots came up to the music scene in 2014 with their so called “DIY kitchen electro” style. Acoustic sound of pots, buckets, cans and other stuff from the kitchen and garage combined with live synths, samples, vibraphone and vocals delivers a unique and unusual sonic timbre. Their live performances are full of spontaneous energy and catchy grooves.
Noisy Pots are Jakub Tengler and Michal Šupák. They have very diverse musical background. Inspiration comes from artists like Moderat, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Seekae, Com Truise or Stimming, and even jazz or classical influences can be noticed in Noisy Pots’ music. Michal Šupák is classically trained pianist and composer, with successful solo recitals at respectable Prague Spring festival and Chopin Festival in Msrienbad, among others. His composition Encounters, in which Noisy Pots played with The Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, made a big impact both on electronic and artificial music scenes.
The band (formerly as a trio) released their debut album “Home Alone” in 2015. Singles Runner, Gastronomy and Flowers are in rotation in local radios in Prague. The band toured clubs and rocked crowds at big festivals, including Colours of Ostrava (CZ) and Donauinsel Fest (A). They succeed at The Alternative Great Escape (UK), Transmusicales de Rennes (FR), TEDx Basel (CH), VLUN (DE), Electroruga de Buzad (RO). They travelled often to different European countries as the buskers. These random gigs which often end up as wild street parties made their international fan base continuously growing. With the new plans the band is entering the wide world music scene with energy and enthusiasm.
Michal Šupák: kb, synths, voc
Jakub Tengler: buckets drumset, pots