• Day of Youth Yugoslavia (1979) — Sanije Hyseni from Prishtina

    marshalls-office

    2 March 2024

    Sanije Hyseni was the girl who would hold the baton that she would hand over to Josip Broz TITO in 1979. The Albanian at that time was chosen for this position as a successful student. Sanije from Prishtina will be always remembered because she was the last to pass the baton to Tito, after he passed away a year later.

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  • Psychoanalysis of Slavoj Žižek’s Anti-Marxism

    marshalls-office

    21 December 2023

    The top Slovenian “Marxist” is lots of words, but very little actions and values. For example, in simplicity you can find all answers – and he indeed is an okay philosopher, but Marxist is a thing that… he’s anything but. To be a marxist means to simply disassociate yourself of classes, nationalities and simply be a partisan. His quick throws together with Laibach, who I respect btw at North Korea are making some sort of sense, however his complete allegiance with NSK whilst completely forgetting about a region that is the most critical and dangerous from the former union simply shows an artificial blindness to the region that’s most complicated and dangerous in today’s former Yugoslavia.

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  • Happy Republic Day Yugoslavia!

    marshalls-office

    29 November 2023

    Happy republic day SFR Yugoslavia, our pride, joy and bright spark to all Slavic peoples, but most importantly to all humanity! As our anthem does equally speak to Russians, Ukrainians – but so does to all repressed peoples of the world, all religions, and literally all peoples – poor, rich, stupid, intelligent… to all humans.

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  • Murdering human rights and privacy to deal with script-kiddies? We can’t wait for EU!

    marshalls-office

    11 October 2023

    Oliver Spasovski has literally went public and said all people who use VPNs are targeted and could be suspects for being cybercriminals, this is not hybrid regime, this is a fascist dictatorship.

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  • Middle-East is bleeding & the diplomats show who they are

    marshalls-office

    10 October 2023

    You know, I could go and criticise the Israeli government for ages about their occupation in Palestine, however if I would say that Hamas Rules (and mean it literally, unlike Shackleton’s tune with the same title which was just a message to share about what is going on in Palestine to those who dig-deeper) and agree with their terrorism, it would mean I’m equally hypocritical and blind to the terror done by the others.

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  • TKNS — Caecus Nervi

    reviews techno

    29 March 2023

    In the vast world of groove-ridden art such as techno, many of the offerings are simply reinternations of what a certain tune made work, often the same ideas get recycled in slightly different packages, and most importantly it’s often that the producer loses his vision and meaning with the sound he delivers. But if we were to get stuck at what the mainstream (even of the underground) offers, we’d be in depression and crying out loud that nothing is good anymore, that things aren’t as they used to be, just a general negative connotation of music.

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  • dj bluegucci – Korea EP

    reviews techno

    18 March 2023

    You wake up one day and it’s the end of the 90’s, back when they started making it rawest, the sludgy and aggressive tribal techno is at its peak and mister dj bluegucci takes the stage with this 3-track EP consisting of totalitarian powerful grooves accompanied by saturated bass lines that always compliment and playfully bounce together with sharp and crazy, punchy kicks.

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  • SlugoS — Heretical Subversion

    reviews techno

    7 March 2023

    SlugoS delivers a dark atmospheric and driving techno album on German Sacred Court, imprint label run by SNTS. The LP format is rarely exploited by producers nowadays, but he luckily gets back to it and delivers a beautifully crafted album that evolves and brings a diverse set of sounds from start to end.

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  • Rrose — Tulip Space

    reviews techno

    23 February 2023

    The six tracks that make up Rrose’s latest EP, Tulip Space, fit together like a puzzle that doesn’t resemble the image on the box. Expectations be damned.

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  • PMG Kolektiv — Rezonator(2007)

    electro reviews

    12 February 2023

    Year 2007 was a different universe for Macedonia, just 6 years before we have somehow survived a civil war, and a year back in 2006 the controversial right-wing dictator Nikola Gruevski had started his 10 year reign which left the country decapitated and split like never before, effects which will be felt for many years to follow. In this times of uncertainty like never before, PMG Kolektiv drop their debut “Rezonator” with political messages on one side, and pure fun hits on the other.

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  • The DJ & The War Crimes

    balkan-scenes editorial

    12 January 2023 — Published on Rolling Stone

    Just before New Years, Rolling Stone dropped a bomb of investigative journalism — Thirty years after a death squad massacred civilians in Bosnia, none of the infamous Arkan’s Tigers have stood trial for their alleged part in those crimes. And for the past few decades, one of them has been spinning trance records at European festivals and clubs.

    There is no need to re-write this or comment, the original article is simply something anyone who is curious about the state of the Balkans and its positioning of rotten people in the every sphere, including the cultural one (and even electronic music). These people are everywhere, in every form, in every former Yugoslav country. There is no place for fascists in music, in culture, in society. Death to fascism, freedom to the people!

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  • Talismann — Percussion Part 3

    reviews techno

    9 January 2023

    Heavy-weight techno release from Amsterdam producer and DJ Talismann, who’s been successfully releasing techno, house and other electronic music since the late 2000s. The Part 3 is the newest addition of the Percussion series, marked by heavy rhythms and old-school techno soundscapes of a dark dystopian kind.

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  • Dasha Rush x Rod20 x Rødhåd x Surgeon x Speedy J

    news

    21 November 2022

    Watch and listen to Dasha Rush, Rod20, Rødhåd, Surgeon and Speedy J improvise techno for 7 hours. Let the machines speak, pure madness. Event was part of Amsterdam Dance Event 2022 and took place in the iconic venue Paradiso.

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  • V/A — Purgatorium Inane EP

    reviews techno

    8 November 2022 — Releases 18.11.2022

    Caedite Eos is pleased to present a various artist EP for its second release. This time _asstnt, Leo Laker, Voight Kampff and SlugoS are the ones in charge to deliver four peak-time killer tracks, keeping the same spirit as the first release: pure hard techno with an experimental touch.

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  • Free Download: Burial – South London Boroughs (Striktly DJ Bazootka)

    downloads

    8 November 2022

    A free techno remix of Burial’s first South London Boroughs release, a wild DJ Bazootka remake, but true to the original that’s ready for intense club or rave settings. Smokey.

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