Bturn TV: Mala (Digital Mystikz) at Dimensions Festival

Mala playing at Mungos Arena, Dimensions Festival (Croatia) / Photo: Dan Medhurst

In an exclusive video interview, the DMZ boss tells us why dubstep is not a genre but a movement, what you can learn from working with kids and how he makes music with a hearing loss in one ear As

Dimensions Festival @Pula (CRO)

Dimensions main stage by Marc Sethi

Sep 5-9, Fort Punta Christo, Pula, Croatia This year, the ruins of a 19th century Austrian fortress overlooking the Adriatic Sea will play host to the first ever Dimensions Festival, featuring a jaw-dropping lineup including Nicolas Jaar, Moodyman, Four Tet,

Brey, UK bass prodigy, shoots his video at a Belgrade flea market


If you care about up-and-coming bass-driven music from the British Islands, chances are you might soon come across Brey, a 20-year-old producer behind the latest release of Serbian/British Svetlana Industries imprint. Born in Angola as Breyner Laurindo Da Silva Baptista

Bturn #003 podcast: Filtercutter


Raised in Bosnia, with a track record built on the Serbian underground scene, Filtercutter a.k.a Stefan Miletic, emerged as one of the most exciting new names among the more abstract takes on club music this side of Europe. The wobbly,

Novo Doba & Eastern Daze @Pancevo (SRB)

Novo Doba_Eastern Daze

September 15 2011 (20h-03h) at Dom Omladine, Pancevo (SRB), featuring Mangulica FM, Rap Cats and Zmikeo! Easterndaze is an initiative that aims to explore and promote young and up-and-coming musicians from Central and Eastern Europe. Together with Novo Doba festival

Felony Flats

Felony Flats

This kid sure knows how to get the booties shaking. The hipster crowd’s all favorite Felony Flats is the new breed of the Eastern European ground, raised on a multiplicity of music genres, from black metal to nu rave to


DJ Rahmanee_photo Maxim Rutovic

Rahmanee is one of the pioneers of Belgrade’s drum ‘n’ bass scene in the likes of Roni Size, Krust and the lot, still holding a strong base in Eastern Europe. He started as a rhythm guitar player in a local



Swinging the mood since 1998, as part of the Belgradeyard Sound System collective, Relja Bobic is known as the founder, artistic and managing director of Belgrade’s internationally acclaimed Dis-patch Festival of cutting-edge music & related art. As an independent art



Folk-step? NeuBalkan trash-hop? Oriental-Core? What-the-fuck? Oh, it must be the (in)famous Shazalakazoo! The duo comprised of Scratchmaster Uce and MC Djura, has been making music since the late 1990s in various incarnations, from improvised radio shows to concerts and club

Piece of Shh


Goran Simonoski a.k.a Piece of Shh is one of the more experienced Belgrade producers, coming up over the last 10 years with the Belgradeyard Sound System collective, one of the first Serbian acts to achieve international recognition, during the early