Bturn #006 podcast: Kinjo


We’ve managed to capture the Macedonian producer Kinjo’s sleek melange of 80’s electro and twisted, nocturnal house beats from our terrace at this year’s Exit festival. It’s that kind of bpm where everything seems slower and mellower than it really



Herzel is a multitalented Macedonian artist, originally trained in photography and visual arts. His music knowledge and experience is formed by passion for music and sound itself, but also from many years of DJing. As an artist his work is

Bturn #004 podcast: NOTA (Bturn launch party set)

Bturn launch party San Francisco

Big thanks to those who came to BTURN launch event in San Francisco. Thank you for the support and the kick-ass party. Special kudos to Stefanking, M.I.R.O, NOTA and the hosts. Enjoy what murky pictures we managed to salvage and

Bturn #001 podcast: Pytzek


Described as “small, but deadly”, Mario Kolonic a.k.a Pytzek is one of the main vehicles of Zagreb’s clubbing, both as a DJ and a co-owner of Sirup, the best underground club in the city nowdays. He has recently launched the



With his own unique treatment of sleazy, minimal electro and acid beats, MKDSL (stands for ‘Mom Says I’m Pretty’ in Serbian) has been uplifting the local clubbing auditorium since the early 2000s. Equally influenced by Aphex Twin and Laurie Anderson,

Marko Nastic


By far the biggest Serbian DJ star, Nastic made his name in the 1990s when just a teenager, taking up residencies in Belgrade’s iconic club Industria and playing gigs all over the Balkan region with his bandmate Dejan Milicevic as

Zvuk Broda, Revolver Deluxe @Zagreb (CRO)

Zvuk Broda

September 24 (23pm-06am) Sirup Classics presents: Zvuk Broda, Revolver Deluxe at Sirup club, Zagreb (CRO) The dazzling house duo Tomislav Domes and Ivan Slipcevic are best known as cofounders of EGOBOO.bits, Croatia’s acclaimed digital collective specialised in free software and

Jan Nemecek

Jan Nemecek

Already as a young newcomer, Nemecek had built a strong reputation on the Serbian club scene for his live skills and sleek, tight beats that span from minimal techno to more abstract dub-influenced rhythms. After releasing his first tracks in 2006, he

Dejan Milicevic

Dejan Milicevic

Milicevic started his career in the mid 1990s alongside Marko Nastic as one half of duo Teenage Techno Punks, but soon made a name for himself, releasing his own techno, minimal and house tracks for various labels over the years,

Tijana T


Full bio coming soon.

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