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Radost! (trans. Joy!) is a Croatian rock band from Zagreb active since 2006. They have performed in Croatia and countries of former Yugoslavia. Radost! has collaborated with various music and art performers such as Ivan Tobić, Mario Kovač, U pol' 9 kod Sabe, Ilegalni poslastičari, Škart, Činč, Krš, Vladimir Protić, Branimir Norac, Zvonka Obajdin, Nina Romić, Ivan Ščapec, Vesna Mačković, Višeslav Laboš, Aleksandar Belčević and Croatian writer and journalist Ivana Dragičević. On their first three albums, style of the band is characterised by the deconstruction of pop/rock genre under the influence of bands such as The Mothers of Invention and Buldožer. In the later phase the band explores collective improvisation technique typical for kraut rock, with the elements of electronic music and industrial. Apart from individual rock concerts, Radost! has participated in a number of art festivals and events – Kliker – festival of pop literature, Ekstravagantna tijela, Belef, Mostar Intercultural festival, Zalet, Pesničenje, Kikinda Short, Cest is d'Best, and Hartera. Radost! drummer and percussionist Dimitrij Petrović has initiated eponymous music studio (Studio Radost!) in 2014, producing all of the band’s releases since 2017, as well as the number of other alternative and avant-garde acts from the region.


  • Dimitrij Petrović – drums, percussions, programming, production
  • Branko Bogunović – vocals, guitar
  • Dino Kraljeta – bass, programming
  • Goran Bogunović – guitar, vocals

Ex members[edit]

  • Mario Orač, bass
  • Srđan Stojanović, violin
  • Alina Jurjević, vocals


  • Radost! oslobađa (2007)
  • Radost si i u radost ćeš se pretvoriti (2009)
  • Radost! jede svoju djecu (2013)
  • U zoni (2017)
  • Radost u klubu live album (2014)
  • Novi svijet EP (2015)
  • Čekaonica za pakao album with Mario Kovač (2020)


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