Padot na Vizantija (The Fall of the Byzantium in English) were one of the leading lights in the Yugoslavian post-punk scene. Singer Goran Trajkoski went on to participate in two legendary projects: Anastasia and Mizar (for a short tenure).
https://www.mixcloud.com/widget/iframe/?embed_type=widget_standard&embed_uuid=e6b22044-a948-47e8-b180-6b2c96864391&feed=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mixcloud.com%2Fpostglobal%2Fpost-globalcast-022%2F&hide_cover=1&replace=0 Post-globalcast 022 by Postglobal on Mixcloud Macedonia’s finest podcast for experimental music, courtesy of Toni Dimitrov.
https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=4057597272/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/transparent=true/ Post Global Recordings has been active in the Macedonian electronic/experimental music scene for a number of years. They’ve been releasing works onto Bandcamp, and this release by producer Martin Georgievski (a.k.a. Amplidyne Effect) is the label’s most recent. Icy post-rock mixed with airy electronic tones which keep one engaged in the way one listens […]
Post-rock, math-rock, prog-metal… Not quite sure how to describe Kolt, a band out of Skopje, Macedonia, but I like their energy a lot!
The Macedonian Gypsy singer Usnija Redžepova passed away today at the age of 69. I cannot say if she is related to her fellow Gypsy countrywoman, Esma, but when Usnija was young, she looked like Monica Belluci fronting a Roma band. RIP.
All credit goes to Canio Rosario Maffucci for posting a live version of this hit by Macedonia’s Kočani Orkestar earlier today. Those who remember the movie Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan will certainly remember this tune!
Every time I go to Skopje, there is always someone who asks why on Earth I’d bother to come and stay such long periods of time in what they feel is an insignificant city in the heart of the Balkans. You can thank this song, the disc it came on, and a friendship with Gorazd […]