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My true native land “Pannonia” has always been the most natural environment for me as an artist and a human being... mainly as a result of my own heterodox origins and development.

 
 


 


Belgrade Coffee Shop 2008 presents a selection of international and domestic contemporary electronic music, which marked the time period between two releases in the series. Along their side are a number of exclusive tracks, contributed mostly by local artists.

 
 


 


"The best Brit-pop album never to come out of the UK !!!"

 
 


 


Boban and Marko Markovic’s Orchestra has, together with Goran Bregovic and the No Smoking Orchestra, long been the region’s biggest international concert attraction.

 
 


 


In its seventh edition, the Belgrade Coffee Shop series continues to offer the best of current electronic and club sounds for 2007. The obvious progression in the quality of music has made the final selection of 13 tracks for the CD an increasingly difficult task

 
 


 


“On Queens and Kings Romania’s celebrated brass orchestra Fanfare Ciocarlia welcome onboard their Romani brethren from Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and France.

 


 


Rromano Suno 2 (B92CD215, 2006) is B92's new CD presenting contemporary music of the Balkan Roma, a journey that began three years ago with the first edition in this series. This music is becoming ever more popular through the interest shown by big name DJ's and producers like DJ Shantel who received a BBC award for his take on the Roma sound on Bucovina Club and Electric Gypsyland releases, publicity and popularity of the scene have grown accordingly. .

 


 


Sixth in the series of compilation releases from Stereo Freeze/B92 representing Serbian electronic music underground. Internationally known artists, Marko Nastic (Space Explorers) and Jazzva, are joined by Faktor-X, who earlier this year released a track on Steve Bug's Audiomatique label, as well as local talents - Filip, Milos Pavlovic, Poems, MKDSL, etc.

 


 


Pianist Branka Parlic is one of the most prominent interpreters of contemporary classical music in the world. She graduated from the Belgrade University of Musical Arts in the late 1970s and studies under Professor Olga Mihailovic. She later honed her craft at the Summer Music Academy in Nice under Professor Pierre Sancan of the Paris Conservation. While studying, she also founded the well-known Ensemble for Other New Music..

 


 


Kal are the hottest Gypsy band from the suburbs of Belgrade, rock’n’roll in attitude, fueled on urban beats and rooted in the Balkan blues. In their wit, imagination and ability to throw disparate sounds together they mark themselves as both part of Balkan Gypsy tradition and 21 st century lifestyle. Kal – the word in Romani for “black” – were formed by the Ristic brothers...

 


 


B92 Music Productions is proud to present the new album from the kings of Balkan Brass, Boban Markovic. “Obecanje” is the eighth album by this trumpet player who has won the award for best trumpet of the Guca festival many times, and has for several years been building an exceptionally successful international career which has included hundreds of concerts a year in New York, Chicago, London and Paris, all the way to Oslo, Berlin, Vienna and Budapest.

 
 


 


B92 Music Production has the pleasure of announcing the beginning of cooperation with one of the most significant and certainly the most subversive and original musicians from Serbia&Montenegro – Rambo Amadeus. A product of two years worth of studio toil Oprem Dobro is the essence chosen from many tracks created by Rambo during this period a truly fully loaded edition...

 
 


 


This series of compilations from B92 has achieved wide praise from fans and critics alike, significant and sometimes top positions on domestic charts while. It has received good distribution and sales successes followed throughout Europe...

 
 


 


Your favorite tunes from B92 music catalogue can be downloaded legally for only 99 cents per song. Together with Real Networks we offer you the possibility of buying individual songs as well as the full album editions. Your Real Player software must be running. Search the Music Store section to find the music you want to buy. For your security Real Networks demands that you are registered.

 
 


 


After over two years, a new studio album from Darkwood Dub entitled “O danima" is before us. Probably the country’s most important band of the past 15 years, Darkwood Dub finds a way to disrupt our horizon of expectations with each new release. If the previous album “Zivot pocinje u 30oj” represents a move into a new direction, “O danima” is the first result of the sophisticated metamorphosis which Darkwood Dub is undergoing...

 
 


 


The material which the Serboplov group presents is rooted in Serbian musical traditions and is chronologically linked with the transition between the 19th and 20th century and can be defined as the music of urbane Serbia. The fact is that this genre has been neglected for over half a century, especially in terms of making changes in arrangements in accordance to our day and age...

 
 


 


Representing a wide spectrum of events on the national electronic and club music scene, the Belgrade Coffee Shop series enters its fourth year of existence with its fourth album release. The newest release is maybe the most varied in terms of genres, containing 11 tracks totaling an hour of music that shows a definite advance in creativity and production by our artists...

 
 


 


The third installment of the most successful domestic series of releases uncovers news artists such as the Marko Markovic Orchestra and Serboplov, for whom this will be their first officially released material, as well as established acts like Earth-Wheel-Sky and Boris Kovac, not to mention attractions such as Usti Opre All Stars, which features Boban Markovic and a cast of Europe’s most elite Roma musicians...

 
 


 


It’s somewhat paradoxical that Novi Sad’s Modern Quartet are among the most regular participants on the Belgrade Coffee Shop compilations. This eclectic group of artists along with their friends and collaborators, from musicians Vanjus, Leka and Daniel (aka Mastabear) to comic strip artists Zoran Janjetov, have cemented the bend’s place in the domain of electronic music here in Serbia, at the same time breaking into the global market...

 
 


 


Following the compilation Serbia: Sounds Global 2 and a number of sold-out concerts in Cinema Rex and the Sava Centre, B92 presents a new album by legendary violinist Aleksandar Sisic. Sisic is one of the greatest of that constellation of musicians whose careers kicked off in the early seventies and who defined what is now known as folk music...

 
 


 


Ballads at the End of Time completes the cycle of music-philosophical themes begun in the previous album, The Last Balkan Tango (B92CD 204). In contrast to the variety of chromatic energy of this splendid and rather edgy disc, the songs from the new album have a balanced grace in their crystalline elegance...

 
 


 


After the pilot single “True Love”, released on the Belgrade Coffee Shop Vol.3 album in summer 2003, the J.U.S.T. duo of Hana Vucicevic and Boris Krstajic (formerly of Speed Limit), finally present their debut album “Searching”. Though clearly house in orientation, this album is unmistakably dramatic. In the tracks like “Dance With Me” or “Searching” classic dance patterns are shaped into superb pop arrangements...

 
 


 


After the great commercial success of the previous CD, Bistra Reka (B92), the critical success of Live in Belgrade (Piranha Records), and concerts all over the world, the Boban Markovic Orchestra went into the studio in May this year with a collection of new songs already tried on audiences throughout Europe in March and April. The twelve-strong Roma band has taken its development of brass music in Serbia even further...

 
 


 


After an absence of several years, Darkwood Dub's legendary second album is back - extended and digitally enhanced - with previously unreleased tracks "Smak" and "Filadelfija" (electronic version) and extra material recorded in Novi Sad in 1995. When U nedogled came out everyone could find for themselves subtle signs of a rebellion against the situation in the country...

 
 


 


Third chapter in Belgrade Coffee Shop series is a slightly different affair. Three years after Volume 1, the scene has matured and diversified, and a number of new names are put on the map, making their way to this album. Generally more dancefloor oriented than it’s predecessors, Belgrade Coffee Shop 3...

 
 


 


B92 Music Production is proud to present Solid, the new album from Eyesburn. This is the band’s fifth album and marks Eyesburn’s welcome return to the B92 label, for which they recorded their most mature release to date, the album Fool Control. “Solid” is a new level of the band’s development...

 
 


 


B92 music presents the latest release on its Ring Ring label: Rromano Suno, a sampler of Balkan Roma music. This CD continues the exploration of contemporary world music which began with Srbija Sounds Global and continued through Boban Markovic, Ognjen i prijatelji....

 
 


 


Vlada Divljan is one of the most prominent and most influential rock musicians from former Yugoslavia. On Die Tonzentrale we find Divljan immersed in a compelling blend of electronic and acoustic sounds, rather unusual instrumental line-up (accordion, sax, cello, djembe, piano, electric guitar...

 
 


 


Boris Kovac - instrumentalist (saxophone, clarinet), arranger, composer and music theoretician - one of the most versatile Serbian musicians of the last two decades. A specific fusion of classical, jazz and chamber music together with improvisations combining rich traditions...

 
 


 


The new album by Neocekivana sila... is creatively, and production-wise, a leap ahead of the band’s earlier outings. Tuneful and more relaxed than ever, under the steady hand of producer Dusan “Koja” Kojic, the band has managed to accomplish...

 
 


 


The follow-up to the most successful local ethno compilation, Serbia Sounds Global, presents stars such as Saban Bajramovic, Lajko Felix and Boban Markovic, rediscovers cult figures such as Aca Sisic and delivers a lot of surprises...

 
 


 


After a four-year break, one of the most significant local bands of the 90s has a publishing house and a new album. Everest is Eva Braun's most complex album to date. Whilst marking a return to playing with the pop idioms that characterised...

 
 


 


It was about time to put certain things in their places - upside down. Ancient rock'n'roll myths about living fast and dying faster never really made any sense in Serbia. But even if they ever did, they had been terminally shattered during the past 10 years...

 
 


 


The Boban Markovic Orchestra has been the leading brass band in Serbia over the last 10 years. The group has received a number of awards ("Golden Trumpet", "First Trumpet" and "The Best Orchestra") at the "Dragacevski Sabor" brass band meeting...

 
 


 


The new Jarboli album strengthens the musical and poetic values of the debut "Dobrodosli" (Welcome) (B92, 1999): "Suvisna sloboda" (Excess Freedom) is an album in which pop melody is crossed with influences reaching towards the psychedelic sixties...

 
 


 


Following the Belgrade Coffee Shop compilation and the joint album by Jazzva and Speed Limit (Belgrade Coffee Shop Sessions Vol. 1) B92 and its sub-label Stereo Freeze continues their presentation of the local electronic music scene. This album features...

 
 


 


Split album by two most prominent projects from Belgrade electronic/club scene contains new material prepared earlier this year and first presented at the launch party for "Belgrade Coffee Shop" european release in club Batofar, Paris. From subtle...

 
 


 


Following the path of the "Srbija: Sounds Global" release, the B92 record label continues the concept of a consecutive presentation of the Serbian World Music scene. On their debut album "Balkan Rumba", Ognjen i Prijatelji present...

 
 


 


A night cruise through Belgrade... They have no money, no petrol, no girlfriends, but what they have is a plan that's not so perfect.... Eyesburn, KKN, Darkwood Dub, Sila, MC Flex...The first serbian soundtrack with happyending...

 
 


 


Almost five years since their debut album, one of the country’s most talented bands step back into the spotlight with their second studio album, the first recorded for our house. Veliki Prezir is one of the highest quality bands to have emerged in Serbia...

 
 


 


This release presents one of the most vital music scenes in Serbia in the past few years. Featuring best brass orchestras and winners of Guca Festival (Boban Markovic's and Mica Petrovic's), multi-talented composer and violinist Lajko Felix and most...

 
 


 


Eyesburn, one of the most exciting Serbian bands, finally fulfill their potential on their second album, channeling the strength of their live shows into a focused energy blast. Hardcore, reggae and ska ingredients are not just sonic decoration, but integral...

 
 


 


When Ring Ring Festival was started in 1996, it was aimed at introducing all kinds of New Music to Yugoslav audience - from avant-rock and free jazz to improvized electro-acoustic contemporary music. Previous Ring Ring compilations presented material...

 
 


 


It's hard to pronounce their name, even if you speak their native language, but this, the third release of KKN, marks the post Kosovo-crises times both with music and messages (now in English). This is the unique sound - rooted in universal power...

 
 


 


Serbia 2000 – navel of the Balkans, troubled underbelly of Europe. A new breed of musical otherness coming through… Belgrade’s Radio B2-92 and FreeB92 label present the selection of 12 exclusive tracks from some of the most talented artists on local...

 
 


 


Remastered reissue of a record (originally released on Radio B92 label in 1997) that will arguably remain the highest creative achievement and most exciting expression in Yugoslav pop of the late nineties. At their beginnings, KKN's childishly playful yet...  

 
 


 


This compilation was conceived at the end of 1998 as a Radio B92's 10th anniversary release. There was no strict or pretentious concept to it, except that some of the best contemporary Yugoslav bands play covers of their favourite Yugoslav pop songs....

 
 


 


Belgrade cult band Darkwood Dub adds a new dimension to their creative world with their fourth album. It’s a stimulating mix of dance music influences and alternative rock with the occasional touch of dub and afro. The milestone album of 1999, Elektropionir...  

 
 

   
     
 

Lajko Felix - Koncert ‘98

D026   
 

Various - Utopia 1999: Millenium Funk

D024   
 

Obojeni program - Sva sreća general voli decu

D023   
 

Jarboli - Dobrodošli

D022   
 

Lutke - Polyester

D021   
 

Urgh - 120%

D020   
 

Viborg Dallas - Neočekivani dolazak u Blekpul

D019   
 

Rambo Amadeus - Metropolis B

D018   
 

Various - Utopia Revisited: Radio B92 Collection of Groovy Tunes

D017   
 

Various - Ring Ring 1997

D016   
 

Kanda Kodža i Nebojša - Igračka plačka

D015   
 

Darkwood Dub - Trejnspoting

D014   
 

Boye - Prevariti naviku

D013   
 

Razni - Ring Ring 1996

D012   
 

Razni - Radio Boom 93 (1992-1997): Ovo je zemlja za nas

D011   
 

Novembar - Bluz južne pruge

D010   
 

Električni Orgazam - Živo i akustično

D009   
 

Vlada Divljan Old Stars Band

D008   
 

Plejboj - Zajedno / Znaj (CDs)

D007   
 

Darkwood Dub - U nedogled

D006   
 

Rambo Amadeus - Muzika za decu

D005   
 

Eva Braun - Pop Music

D004   
 

Razni izvođači - Radio Utopia – B92: 1989 – 1994

D003   
 

Plejboj - Sviraj dečko

D002   
 

Partibrejkers - Kiselo i slatko

D001   
   

 

 

 

 




 
 

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