• Premiere: Kronom x DJ Sorry – Breg

    podcasts premieres


    On this premiere, Skopje based producers Kronom and DJ Sorry create a dangerous, dark and broken electronics, delivering a story onto rhythmic industrial landscape covered in techno and insanely twisted variations and progression of the sounds that are put in the sonic universe they crafted.

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  • In The Mix №36: Dabari Sound

    in-the-mix podcasts


    Skopje based sound system in progress. Fighting Babylon by the power of Jungle, Drum and Bass, Reggae, Dub, Steppa, Ska, Roots vibes. The only good system is a sound system!

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  • In The Mix №35: Alavux

    in-the-mix podcasts


    Belgrade born and Skopje based producer and DJ Alavux has been hailing the underground waters of the most proper acidic sounds of techno and electro since the early 2000s. A gritty raw take on warehouse music, we have one of the most straightforward and “raviest” podcasts on our platform so far.

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  • In The Mix №34: Kronom

    in-the-mix podcasts


    Kronom is a techno producer and DJ coming from Skopje who specializes in bass and has debuted in 2018 with his ground-shattering EP “Suffocate” which was released for Faster Than Music.

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  • Nyctophiliac – Jazz It Up

    reviews trip-hop


    Nyctophiliac is the alter-ego of Aleksandar Stojanovski, our co-founder and an excellent trip-hop crafter from Skopje that sound can be explained as he’s the messiah of the dark and gloomy jazz nights since his first debut with “Dark Side of the Mental” back in 2016 until his prior release “Everyday Existence” released last year; however with “Jazz It Up” he unfolds a previously unknown sonic universe to us and decided to shed the beams of lights through the magic of music.

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  • Likvidator – Tripping Over God

    illbient reviews


    I first came across Likvidator back in mid-2016 whilst reviewing an album he’d collaborated on. Upon investigation, I was struck by the diversity of his sound, as there were elements of illbient, dark hop, and noise littered across his freshman EP. Three years later, this Macedonian sound artist returns with his latest official offering, Tripping Over God.

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  • Kronom – Suffocate EP

    reviews techno


    Darkness is everywhere around. It’s you and your freedom of will allowing you to make a choice. Are you going to be scared of it, or accept it as a part of your very own?

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