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A full debut album Unfit by Belgrade's instrumental post-metal band Organic Toy you can hear at their official site > http://www.organictoyband.com/

 
 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 17 2013 at 18:39
Thanks for this beautiful theme. I didn't know much about music from that part of the world. SMAK is GREAT! I don't understand language, but never mind. 
This bend Hypnagoga Slike is great too. I found one new good song.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 20 2013 at 01:38
Originally posted by Neon Eyes Neon Eyes wrote:

Can somebody tell me where can I find solo albums of Kornelije Kovac and Laza Ristovski?

Greetings from Croatia
Laza Ristovski (RIP) http://www.discogs.com/artist/Laza+Ristovski
Kornelije Kovač http://www.discogs.com/artist/Kornelije+Kova%C4%8D

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Can somebody tell me where can I find solo albums of Kornelije Kovac and Laza Ristovski?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 06 2013 at 14:32
Some prog-fusion bands from the former Yugoslavia. Leb I Sol is mostly instrumental with some occasional vocals. Besoknachno album by LIS was pretty good too, but it had too much new-wave influence there, so i didn't bother posting it on my channel. DzD is fully instrumental and is a bit similar to LIS. I also have some of Smak's albums on that channel, not gonna link them though, since that band has already been mentioned here.











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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 03 2013 at 23:56
For the fans of Serbian band called Fitnes: another young & instrumental trio Hipnagoga Slike ("Hipnagoga Images").
I hope that I will see their full lenght debut at Bandcamp soon!
 
 
Here's an instrumental tribute to the legendary warchief of Lakota nation,  Rain-In-The-Face :
 
 
Hipnagoga Slike LIVE:
 
 
 
 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 07 2012 at 20:01
Originally posted by Svetonio Svetonio wrote:

Originally posted by AEProgman AEProgman wrote:

  
Thanks Svetonio, after giving each one a couple of plays, I find Fitnes was very good, can hear many influences in the guitar playing.  However, I must say that I really enjoyed Tripcycle more.  You are correct, they have an original approach and their style is something that captured me.  Do they have more albums out?
 
I find it interesting or coincidence that each group had a song with a similar title, Spectar and Spektar.  Is there something to that in Serbia?
 
Thanks for mentioning the city they were from, I have not heard of Novi Sad before and searched it in maps today, city on the Danube or Dunav River, quite interesting.
Tripcycle released only Beep EP debut, not full lenght album yet.
 
Glad that you like them! Spektar means *spectrum* in Serbian. We write as we speak, so it's correctly spelled - spektar, no spectar;  as Fitnes is correctly spelled in Serbian, no two *s* as well.
 
I'm going now to recommend you that live jazz/rock album by Belgrade's band Metak Za Zlikovca ( translate "A Bullet For A Criminal"), as part of so called "New Belgrade Scene" and/or "Manekeni Bigza" the project,  for free and legal download (mp3): http://www.manekenibigza.org/?p=25
 
Also, a young Kikinda's fusion band called Super Confusion deserves to be mentioned in this thread:
 
 
Sadly, there's nothing by them at Bandcamp yet..
Thanks again.  I have been listening toMetak Za Zlikovaca and enjoying it, very good.  I also must add that I have been listening to Fitnes a bit more and it has grown on me and like it more than my earlier post.  I did check out the Super Confusion links and is another good jazz/fusion style band.  Hope they release something soon.
 
There seems to be a nice ground swell of new artists in your country, curious as to what the past music of the 70s through 80s or 90s was like in your area?
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Almost forgot about this one, absolute masterpiece of space rock\experimental prog also from Pozega. Bear in mind that this is a one-man project! 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wY82yGGeNSA
Here's a cool jazz\rock instrumental by a band from Pozega from a couple of years back...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 05 2012 at 02:38
Originally posted by AEProgman AEProgman wrote:

  
Thanks Svetonio, after giving each one a couple of plays, I find Fitnes was very good, can hear many influences in the guitar playing.  However, I must say that I really enjoyed Tripcycle more.  You are correct, they have an original approach and their style is something that captured me.  Do they have more albums out?
 
I find it interesting or coincidence that each group had a song with a similar title, Spectar and Spektar.  Is there something to that in Serbia?
 
Thanks for mentioning the city they were from, I have not heard of Novi Sad before and searched it in maps today, city on the Danube or Dunav River, quite interesting.
Tripcycle released only Beep EP debut, not full lenght album yet.
 
Glad that you like them! Spektar means *spectrum* in Serbian. We write as we speak, so it's correctly spelled - spektar, no spectar;  as Fitnes is correctly spelled in Serbian, no two *s* as well.
 
I'm going now to recommend you that live jazz/rock album by Belgrade's band Metak Za Zlikovca ( translate "A Bullet For A Criminal"), as part of so called "New Belgrade Scene" and/or "Manekeni Bigza" the project,  for free and legal download (mp3): http://www.manekenibigza.org/?p=25
 
 
 
 
Also, a young Kikinda's fusion band called Super Confusion deserves to be mentioned in this thread:
 
 
 
 
 
Sadly, there's nothing by them at Bandcamp yet..


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2012 at 19:28
Originally posted by Svetonio Svetonio wrote:

Originally posted by AEProgman AEProgman wrote:

Was curious of this thread, so now I have just downloaded Fitness and will give it some spins and let you know.  Serbia is not a place I would have thought of first for music, but that is what is so great about this site, people from around the globe sharing their love of music.
 
That the Internet has made it possible, so I can to recommend to you this instrumental EP for free download also: http://tripcycle.bandcamp.com/album/beep
 
I hope you will like Tripcycle, a band from Novi Sad, Serbia, because they're very original, such as Fitnes, but different; a lot of fun anyway.
 
Thanks Svetonio, after giving each one a couple of plays, I find Fitnes was very good, can hear many influences in the guitar playing.  However, I must say that I really enjoyed Tripcycle more.  You are correct, they have an original approach and their style is something that captured me.  Do they have more albums out?
 
I find it interesting or coincidence that each group had a song with a similar title, Spectar and Spektar.  Is there something to that in Serbia?
 
Thanks for mentioning the city they were from, I have not heard of Novi Sad before and searched it in maps today, city on the Danube or Dunav River, quite interesting.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 03 2012 at 11:05
Originally posted by Svetonio Svetonio wrote:

Originally posted by moshkito moshkito wrote:

Hi,
 
on the soundtrack to the film "Before The Rain" there is an outstanding piece with some electronics by someone named "Anastasia" ... anyone know anything about this one at all? ... I have never been able to locate anything else by that group/person.
 
Thanks a great bunch
 
(Excuse me, if it is not of Serbian descent, btw!)
 
Anastasia is the band from Skoplje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anastasia_(band)
 
 
Very sad website ... can't even purchase any of the CD's ... totally sad! The mix and the work is outstanding, but I am not sure that most rock fans can appreciate cultural mixes like this one!
... none of the hits, none of the time ... now try finding your own mirror/art! www.pedrosena.com
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 02 2012 at 11:01
Originally posted by AEProgman AEProgman wrote:

Was curious of this thread, so now I have just downloaded Fitness and will give it some spins and let you know.  Serbia is not a place I would have thought of first for music, but that is what is so great about this site, people from around the globe sharing their love of music.
That the Internet has made it possible, so I can to recommend to you this instrumental EP for free download also: http://tripcycle.bandcamp.com/album/beep
 
I hope you will like Tripcycle, a band from Novi Sad, Serbia, because they're very original, such as Fitnes, but different; a lot of fun anyway.
 
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Was curious of this thread, so now I have just downloaded Fitness and will give it some spins and let you know.  Serbia is not a place I would have thought of first for music, but that is what is so great about this site, people from around the globe sharing their love of music.
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Thanks so much! I've just downloaded it. Can't wait to hear it!
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