Elena Kramdi-Drvosanova – Vocals
David Lemmer – Guitar
Marc Lanners – Guitar
Sacha Heck – Bass
Steve Krippler – Drums

Former members:

Benedikt Kehl – Drums
Dan Mangiulli – Guitars

Strysles at Musicfest 2017

Photo: T. Queiroga Photographie

That’s the Way the Strysles 

Around 2010, guitarist David Lemmer had the idea to start a new musical adventure after years of playing in cover bands, so he founded a new rock band with some friends who have been around in the music scene for a while; the sound influenced by his ­favourites like Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Audioslave, Stereophonics, Alter Bridge just to name a few.

Strysle what?

And there they were sitting together, thinking about a name for the band. It happened that someone brought some “Streisel” to the rehearsal that day, those little pudding-stuffed pastries with a crumbly topping. Yeahhh there it was right in front of them. It’s just their orthographic deficiency that led to the unusual spelling.

After the very first concert in 2012 for the birthday concert of “Rockbox”, together with “PornQueen”, Strysles orga­nized some gigs together with friends like “IRINA”, “Grey Station”, “The Neverminds”, “Tuys” or yet “The Barcodes” as well as a big charity event for the Philippines in November 2013.

2015: нов ветер

Strysles felt the need to renew in the beginning of 2015. What about a new voice? Not easy to find, but very soon, Mrs ­Elena Kramdi-Drvosanova stepped into the game. Originating from Mace­donia, rocker, adventurer, songwriter and humourous person, she reloca­ted to Luxembourg in 2015 and was looking for a new band after some nice projects and rather big success in Macedonia and Paris.

2016: Tic Tac, Tic Tac

After weeks and months of work and with a clear goal in mind, Strysles hit the studio in November 2015 to finally release their first official EP with 4 tracks called “Tic Tac“ on 23rd April 2016 at Café “Beim Hollänner” in Wickrange.

2017: Break the Silence

After a few concerts in 2016 to present “Tic Tac”, Dan Mangiulli left the band and was replaced by Marc Lanners on guitars. To mark this change, Strysles recorded the Funk-Pop single “Break the Silence” which aired on the radios. Later in 2017 they self-produced a video-clip with an unplugged version of the song for the “My Urban Piano” installations in Luxembourg City and won the 2nd prize given by the “Ville de 

2018: New Album

After Ben left the band end of 2017, he has been replaced by Steve Krippler on the drums and an album release with eight new songs is planned for the end of