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The Polkaholix sound reminds me a bit of Polkacide or Babylon Circus.

The title tune, "Who Stole the Kishka," is a Walt Solek polka classic from the 1950s.

Nice graphic design by Matthew Fass, though liner notes describing the tunes would have been nice.

B [] [Vendor: CDbaby](Zirka, self-published, UPC 0-20193-00052-8, 2008) Zirka is a Candian sextet that plays energetic, folk-rock-tinged dance tunes rooted in Ukrainian traditional music.

For further reading, this site also includes my thoughts on the history and marginalization of the polka, a bibliography of polka resources, links to important polka articles on the Web (both popular and scholarly), and some essential information for polka musicians. (The Polka Nuts, self published [no number], 2011) Oh, how I love that Dutch Hop music!