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V.A. - Yugoslavian Space Program
Yugoslavian Space Program
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Discom)
21,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Yugoslavian Space Program is the first ever electronic space music themed record from former Yugoslavia. It spans the period between 1981 and 2015 and is a result of long-term research by Discom record label as a part of their ultimate effort to present undiscovered electronic music from this part of Europe. The compilation is made in collaboration with yugo artists, whose work is already highly appreciated by record collectors and DJs worldwide.The album opens with two tracks from the Slovenian synth pioneer Miha Kralj: "Robot"– a very obscure, a la Rockets experimental electronica, and "Juh-Hu"– his recently rediscovered space gem. Next two are the previously unreleased, but surprisingly good tracks of the Serbian band Oskarova Fobija: "Izmedju Dve Kapi Znoja" (Between Two Drops of Sweat), a floating 80's synth space song, and "Mayan Spacecraft", a dancy instrumental featuring Akai's ubiquitous Shakuhachi flute patch.Equally interesting, the B-side showcases influences of the Berlin school of electronic music. First, by the legendary group Beograd’s "Eenterstallar", which is a Klaus Schulze-like psychedelic contemplation, and their second song reminiscent of 70's krautrock masters like Tangerine Dream, "Mozak Primopredajnik" (Brain Sender Receiver). However, the highlight of this compilation comes from Digitron, a Serbo- Croatian group formed by Zoran Jevtic (of Sizike, Data, and Master Scratch Band) and Andre Koy. Like their heroes the Kraftwerk, these guys excel in forging their unique synth sound. Their song “Digital Minds” is a perfect dystopian vision of a future society, while the equally electrifying track “Kosmos”, akin to many Kraftwerk songs, draws its inspiration on the Soviet technology and culture. The distinctive characteristic of featured recordings is the fact that all sounds and patches are synthesized and manually programmed, without extensive use of commercial samples or drum loops. In addition, the entire concept of this meticulously devised compilation, from its music selection to sound design and artwork, covers a wealth of messages and symbols of the time in some detail. On the record cover, along with sketches of Yugoslavian scientists and astronautic pioneers, whose ideas were way ahead of their time, you will also find communist-era sculptures, monuments and buildings depicted as flying crafts or celestial objects.The goal to present Yugoslavian space electronic music in much broader context – as a result of perception and aspirations of generations of those who grew up and lived in Yugoslavia – is more than perfectly captured in this release. The fact that the country itself does not exist anymore and that this kind of music is thus impossible to create again makes this record even more significant today.
Max Vincent - Beograd
Max Vincent
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Discom)
19,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
One of the biggest sampling innovators and the pioneer of electronic music in Eastern Europe Max Vincent initially played in Belgrade's Max & Intro band whose first single: "We Design The Future" from 1985 remained one of the most wanted electronic records from this part of Europe .In 2015, Discom has released "The Future Has Designed Us" a lifework compilation of previously unreleased songs from 1984 to 2002. The new archival release Max Vincent- Beograd is a lost LP album which consists of 8 previously unreleased tracks made in period 1986-1999 which Max wanted to use in a single concept album. The album opens the track "Beograd" - a hymn of protest against the repressive regime present in the 90s Belgrade. Then comes "Nema Vremena" (There Is No Time), a humorous experimental track with weird guitars and interesting structure. Third song "Cadillac" has thrilling production of vocals, sound effects and synth sounds. Max, like his heroes from the group Yello, was fascinated with cars, and similarly, made a great recording based on a totally trivial subject. The last song on A- side, "Gospodar Snova" (Master Of Dreams), is probably the most outrageous track on the whole album. Side B includes the songs "Time Cabaret", where Max resonates in incredibly cool baritone, while his twisted synth tone evokes the sense of danger that characterized the atmosphere of the city’s nightclubs and bars during the era. In the next song "Samo Za Tvoje Oci Znam" (I Only Know Your Eyes) Max is definitive, not only through his lyrics and singing but also through a sound's spectrum – from ice-cold pads and cutting-edge up-lifters to perverse 909 kicks and bizarre, unclassifiable howls. Then comes "Dopo Di La Torre" (After The Tower) which colors dark landscape and the album finishes with the question of death as the main theme of the most poignant song of the album "The Other Side", one of the most beautiful tracks Max has ever made. Max Vincent- Beograd is ultimately intriguing album: dark, cloudy, with unpredictable solutions and transitions between rhythm, paths, synth textures, vocals and other layers. One of the records that every fan of the 80s electronic must have.
37°C - Sidarta
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Discom)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Our favourite Label from Belgrade unearthed another gem of kosmische musik from socialist yugoslavia and it's a prog-ambient-masterpiece! Better don't sleep on this!37°C was experimental/ jazz fusion group from Belgrade active in period 1979-1981. It was founded by classical composer Zdenko Radeta. The lineup included musicians from prog rock bands Opus and Orion (also known as Boban Petrović's backing band ). It was the first band ever of singer Dragana Šarić, later known as Bebi Dol.
Data - Could You Find Your Analog Mind?
Could You Find Your Analog Mind?
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Discom)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Can you believe that in former Yugoslavia existed some people who were making edits and remixes without using MIDI or PC? Can you believe these same people were making their original synth pop stuff under the influence of Yellow Magic Orchestra and Logic System? Yes, it is true. These were Zoran Jevtic and Zoran Vracevic, the pioneers of electronic music in former Yugoslavia. With groups Sizike and The Master Scratch Band they brought minimal electronic and breakbeat to their former country. However, with their original band from 1981 called DATA they created the most thrilling electronic. You can find their finest works in DATA-Could You Find Your Analog Mind? issued by Belgrade's Discom . It is LP compilation with 12 previously unreleased tracks made between 1981 and 1984. It contains the first ever remixes made in former Yugoslavia and obscure synth pop made under the influence of Japanese scene ! Transparent blue vinyl, 80's cover design, list of equipment ... analog addicts and crate diggers don't miss this beauty!
Sizike - U Zemlji Cuda (with Lost DATA Tracks)
U Zemlji Cuda (with Lost DATA Tracks)
LP | 1984 | EU | Reissue (Discom)
20,89 €* 21,99 € -5%
Release:1984 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Long overdue reissue of one of balkans most-wanted electronic-boogie-bands. Recommended!
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