| Alternative rock|
Pécs, Hungary (2000)
| Szentimentálé, Dicsőség, Csészényi tér, No. 4|
Zoltán Beck, Gradvolt Endre, Beck László, Sárközy Zoltán, Varga Ádám
MTV Europe Music Award for Best Hungarian Act
Quimby, Kiscsillag, Vad Fruttik, Magashegyi Underground, Heaven Street Seven
30Y are a Hungarian alternative rock band based in Pécs, Hungary. The band have played hundreds of gigs mainly all over Hungary with Anima Sound System, Heaven Street Seven, Kispál és a Borz and Quimby. The band is now one of the most important alternative rock acts in Hungary.
Although the band members were born in different corners of Hungary, namely Ajka, Békéscsaba, Celldömölk, Devecser and Szigetvár), 30Y were formed in Pécs, Hungary by the Beck brothers (László and Zoltán), Gradvolt, Sárközi and Varga. They chose the name 30Y, which is originally a bus service in Szombathely. In the early years they played gigs with other Hungarian bands such as Anima Sound System, Heaven Street Seven, Kispál és a Borz and Quimby.
In 2007 30Y hired Dávid Schram as record producer, Zoltán Takács and László Philipp as music engineers to record their upcoming full-length studio album entitled Semmi Szédítő Magasság. The album was recorded at the Abnormal Studios in Budapest therefore the band hired a flat in the capital.
In 2008 the band's fourth record was released by CLS Records entitled No.4.
On 16 June 2008 30Y played in front of the Big Hall in Serbia.
In 2010 30Y's fifth record was released by Megadó Kiadó entitled Városember.
In 2012 30Y recorded their sixth full-length studio album entitled Szentimentálé. The album was released by Drum & Monkey Records. Albums
Egy perccel tovább (2004)
Csészényi tér (2006)
Semmi szédítő magasság (2007)
Bogozd kiCsészényi tér · 200630Y Wikipedia
Azt hittem érdemesNo 4 · 2008
Sötét vanEgy perccel tovább · 2004