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KAMP! is a Polish electronic pop trio formed in 2008 in Lodz, Poland. Their sound is often described as melodic synth-pop influenced by 80's new wave, 70's krautrock and 90's french house genres.

In February 2009 KAMP! released their first EP "Thales one" in Brennnessel net-label (www.brennnessel.pl), founded and managed by members of KAMP!. "Thales one" has been greeted with enthusiastic reviews and critically acclaimed in the leading independent media in Poland. Their next realese, SP "Breaking A Ghost's Heart" developed KAMP!'s celebratory, vintage disco sound and the title song became the band's most popular track. "Breaking a ghost's heart" was appreciated both by wider audience and popular, influential radio stations (Polish Radio 3, Polish Radio EURO, Roxy FM and many more).

During the first year the band managed to give a number of unique and energetic concerts at the most important Polish venues and music festivals (Selector, Heineken Open'er, Audioriver, Tauron Nowa Muzyka), including  live act in Polish Radio 3, Polish Radio Euro and Roxy FM.

Since autumn 2009 KAMP! has also performed internationally in Germany, US (Culture Collide in Los Angeles), UK (The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, Liverpool Music Week, Cargo in London), China (EXPO 2010) and Czech Republic.

KAMP! shared a stage with artists such as Caribou, Hurts, Deadmau5, Robyn, Goldfrapp, M83, White Lies, Moderat, Black Lips, Thieves Like Us, Onra, Egyptian Hip Hop or Joakim & the Disco.

In May 2010 KAMP! released their last work "Heats".

KAMP! will release a debut album in 2011.