Music - non stop
Surrounded in music since early childhood. One of the rare moments of joy was winding reels on an Unitra Aria reel-to-reel tape recorder (like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8rNbplhsQY), trying to find where on the whole length of those tapes were hidden some of the favourite gems.
The true changing moment was near the end of '80-ies, when I discovered the music of Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis and Mike Oldfield and i became a life-long fan. At roughly the same time, as part of my many programming experiments on the C= 64, I began to discover the capabilities of it's built-in SID music chip. This process should have been called programming music, and not composing, because of it's true nature - browsing lines and lines of machine-code, peeking and poking synth-chip register values.
The C= 64 and the Aria with it's overdubbing capability became my first composition and arrangement tools. Later I joined the IBM PC compatible world and started using Trackers (started with Fast Tracker II, but finally was mostly working in Impulse tracker - IT file extension). Some of my IT tracks are still listed in the archived copies of my first web-site and within the music collections of the SIC web-site
The tracker scene in Skopje began to gain popularity in the late '90-ties, when many gatherings and parties were organized by some of the authors and their friends and fans at local clubs. Eventually this turned out to opportunities to release the music on official media. Being at the spot at that moment, I have been lucky to be given a chance to present some of my works at several public channels and events.
Currently I am experimenting with open-source software for composing and producing music.
- Track 3. Zippie: Love on Mars [7:00]
The tracker scene in Skopje began to gain popularity in the late '90-ties, when many gatherings and parties were organized by some of the authors and their friends and fans. I have been lucky to be given a chance to present some of my works at several public channels and events.
- 103 Radio - interview and playtime
- 103 Demo Bands Party - Sileks discotheque, Skopje - presentation of several tracks
- PMG Group - Macidonia Class of 999 promotional party - MNT discotheque, Skopje - presentation of several tracks
- PMG Group - Macidonia Class of 999 promotional party - Gradishte beach, Ohrid Lake - presentation of several tracks
- Party at the Museum of Modern Art, Skopje - presentation of several tracks
- Underground parties at Goacabana club in Skopje - combined DJ mix set / presentation of my own music
- The infamous goa party at the Karev high-school
Unreleased Studio Albums
During the years in experiments I have composed many tunes, but not many of them reached acceptable levels for wider audience. The ones I have presented at live events are gathered in two albums that I planned to release as a Video and Audio DVD Set, but never got the time and chance.
Album: Gradishte 999 (1999)
- 02-A Nice Warm Cup of Eye Jelly.mp3
- 03-Soda Monks.mp3
- 04-Acidia 2 (3PPEdit).mp3
- 05-Out of Blue.mp3
- 06-Synthetic Perfection.mp3
- 08-Eye Jelly.mp3
- 10-The A.I. Utopia (Version 2.0).mp3
Album: Beast Alone (2002)
- 1-138 Drops of Liquid.mp3
- 4-Nevromantik - AI Utopia.mp3
- 5-Out of Blue (Final).mp3
- 6-Utopia II.mp3
- 7-Yorkshire Pudding.mp3