About Us

frekvencii.org (Underground Frequencies, or UF) is a platform that goals to unite and promote the Balkans through the means of contemporary electronic music and art. Bringing the youth from all over the region with music, discussions, creative collaborations and sharing knowledge about the international underground scenes as starting point for many young folks that just start to explore the vast world of electronic music and culture.

Born on May 2011 from the works of Andrijan Apostoloski Bushi and Aleksandar StojanovskiΒ in Skopje as an internet streaming radio that quickly evolved into a webzine, UF has gradually been evolving since to becoming what it is today.

In our first years, the core goals of the platform was to interconnect otherwise two very distinct and separate DIY scenes from Skopje, which emphasized the underground hip-hop scene on one side, and hardcore-punk/metal scene on the other. We managed to do that by transparently publishing and promoting events and music releases without the limitations of a style or genre, and quickly turned heads to a new, more united youth scene that originated from the DIY culture that had variety of music, opinions and content to exchange in between. This very young movement was quickly broadcasting on FM frequencies in Skopje on the cult illegal radio station Kanal 103 for four consecutive years.

Underground Frequencies has long evolved from reporting just about the scene in Skopje or Macedonia, and takes the goal to do the same with the whole Balkan region as a whole, having collaborators and artists from all around the Balkans that are on board and support the platform.Β 

Today, we frequently publish podcasts such as the Balkan-based ‘In The Mix‘ and worldwide ‘Dense‘ series which includes dance-floor oriented techno from world’s best influential artists.

Official links on social media
Club of Gore Bandcamp
Mailchimp Newsletter

Contact Us

If you’d like to reach out and contact us, please use the following link for further information.

Frequently asked questions are answered on this link.


Underground Frequencies wouldn’t be possible without many of its friends that were made since 2011, and all the people who selflessly contributed their words and thoughts about music and other topics we tend to cover.

Currently active members:
πŸ‡²πŸ‡° Andrijan Apostoloski Bushi
πŸ‡¦πŸ‡± Stivi Stefani
πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Jack Hunter
πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Ben Hudgins


Members who’ve contributed in the past:
πŸ‡²πŸ‡° Kristijan Jordanovski
πŸ‡²πŸ‡° Irena Stevanovska
πŸ‡²πŸ‡° Vladimir Voinovski
πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Philipp Smaller

Would you like to join Underground Frequencies? See the ways you can contribute and apply for volunteering on this link if you’re interested in joining the team.Β 

We especially thank Aleksandar ‘Nyctophiliac’, Nikola, Dushko and Miki, DJ Sorry, DoΗ§an, T-Scale, Chelsea, Maike, Philipp, Andrej, Leo and Patrik, Dren, Irena, Kristijan, Vladimir, Dimitar, Istok, Pessimist, Bodan, Vegim, Adnan, Dragan, Toton, Mista 93, Kanal 103 and everyone else who we’ve failed to mentioned, but has been involved into making what UF is today. Huge gratitude to everyone that contributed with their selections and mixes to our podcasts, and has priorly written articles for us and made our website richer with more variety of content.

To the “enemies” we’ve made on our everlasting journey, and those who don’t believe in us, we want to wish for a better tomorrow where we could collaborate and be stronger together. No kind of hatred, gossip or destruction has ever made anything better in this already wicked world of ours. Until that tomorrow comes, we wish you all the best and we hope that the love for groove reaches everyone that needs it.

β€œThe music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side.”
― Hunter S. Thompson

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ℹ️ We will be back with gonzo reviews as soon as we return to a new normal that is acceptable for the people. Until then, let's listen to some music, what do you think?