Serbian ambient electronica dedicated to HR Giger

HR Giger ambient album putopisi serbia

Eerie noises, unearthly radio frequencies and an occasional synthetic kick drum paying respect to the late biomechanic surrealist The eponymous album by the Serbian sound artist Putopisi, released on May 12, 2015, is dedicated to the late Swiss painter, sculptor

Wonderfully freaky: Doris Bizetic, ready for LA


We need this woman to become a superstar Grotesque, bizarre and trashy at first glance, with her mutated, self-produced R&B that sounds like Ariel Pink and Night Jewel overdosing on auto-tune, the 26-year old Doris Bizetic Nygrin absolutely kills it.

Andreas HZ

andreas hz

Playing monthly residencies at various clubs in Skopje, Macedonia, DJ/producer and radio show host Andreas Hz has crafted a masterful live act by blending together his diverse production portfolio of techno, dubstep and electronica to form a sophisticated dancefloor experience.

Interview: Marc Houle

Marc Houle by Yonathan Baraki 4

The techno maestro Marc Houle, ex-member of the legendary Minus collective, joins Tijana T in an online chat to talk about his weird Eastern European experiences, past life as a mega nerd, making 3 songs a day, getting hurt in

Duboka Ilegala

Duboka Ilegala

Duboka Ilegala (deep ILLGL) claim to be the founders of “trash-hop”, a mixture of live played trip hop and references to Serbian trash/turbo-folk culture. It is a nebulous love affair that somehow makes perfect sense. Duboka Ilegala creates a powerful

Interview: Repetitor, not like in the news

Repetitor playing Secret Lounge, Pristina (Kosovo). Photo by Luka Knezevic Strika

Serbia’s most exciting rock band takes a trip to the holy land. Playing three gigs in Kosovo, Repetitor bridge the gap between the two countries, at least for a moment, speaking the universal language of punk When Serbian band Repetitor



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



One of the most talented young Serbian producers, Luka Papic a.k.a MangulicaFM feels comfortable in the sound of contemporary indie electronics that’s based in dub and instrumental hip hop. Mangulica filters these two through a palette of local ethnic melodies,

Keep that bass rolling: Rimming Show is on

Rimming Show

Sweaty, fast-paced beats in various incarnations of bass music and all things body moving, via Belgrade and Novi Sad, Serbia. Currently running on Exit Festival’s Elektrana stage radio. Online every monday from 21h CET. Hosted by Ana, Jung B, Felony