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Originally a duo, SYTË formed back when vocalist Nita Kaja was visiting Prishtina and met future partner and band mate Drin Tashi. Nita left New Jersey for Prishtina and the duo worked on their first EP together. They have since evolved into a four-piece band, having teamed up with drummer Granit Havolli and bassist Fatlind Ferati.

They are known for their electrifying performances and have played a number of well-known festivals like
Pop Kultur Festival, Sunny Hill Festival and Localize Festival to name a few. The group has recently released their first album “Divine Computer”. The ten track epic is a futuristic thrill ride through the world of electronic pop and beyond. Their record saw international success, even being picked up by a number of major press outlets.

“Leaning on its universal coming-of-age themes, the track is propelled by gleaming synths, angelic vocals, and trancelike arrangements capturing a feeling you probably haven’t felt in quite sometime.” - The Line Of Best Fit

"SYTË create dreamy pop music, tinged with soulful vocals and funky melodies. The four-piece band have only been going a short while but thanks to their eponymous debut EP, SYTË are quickly making a name for themselves." - LOCK

Kosovo band SYTË has a sound that falls somewhere between alternative R&B and indie-pop - Lefuturewave

SYTË, whose singer was born in the United States but who has spent a large part of her life in Kosovo, stands out. she does it with efficiency, a delicacy that does not leave you indifferent. - IGGY MAG

"Nita Kaja’s honeyed lyrical inflections float effortlessly over the web of warped synth patterns and soft melodies, creating a soft haven for the listener to reside in." - Gigsoup

"SYTË's compositions sound like this: feathery, with strong bonds to funk and jazz, with catchy choruses and tireless energy." -