The second album of one of the most appreciated indie-folk bands from former Yugoslav region. Black vinyl, 180g, sealed. Also available on CD and digital.
Fifth album by the masters of stoner & sludge metal from Belgrade, Serbia, spiced with a dash of ambiance, darkness and mystique, enriched with Aaron Harris' (Isis, Palms) mixing and James Plotkin's (Khanate, OLD) mastering craftmanship.
Third album of a Croatian noise/alternative rock band, which reunited in 2013 to record this collection of songs. Black vinyl, 180g, limited edition of 250 pieces. Also available on CD and digital.
Long-awaited debut album from progressive and psychedelic rock band from Pula, Croatia, offers a berserk kick start into their world of music. Black vinyl, 180 g. Limited edition 150 copies. Also available on transparent sea blue vinyl.
The Franolić Ćulap Jovanović trio performs original compositions inspired by Arabic, Greek, Balkan and Indian music, as well as blues and jazz. The meditative oud and the warmth of the harmonica are seamlessly imbued with the exotic percussion's rhythm.
Adult-disoriented-rock-love/hate-core three piece from Zagreb, Croatia, comes of age as a quartet, embracing new synthesizer sounds to follow up their acclaimed debut "Vacation Freeze". For fans of classics like Daddy's Teddybears, Glaxxo Glance, Fruits of The Gloom and Midnight Blood.
Surprising album of Macedonian author Vasko Atanasoski, wonderful combination of electronic and acoustic sounds, with Mike Watt (Firehose, Minutemen, The Stooges...) on bass guitar. Comes as 12" vinyl, sealed.
1st album of a noise/alternative rock trio from Zagreb, Croatia. Comes as a 12" vinyl, sealed. Also available in digital.
Luboyna has been recognized as a remarkable Macedonian and regional act that flirts with elements of pop, soul, jazz, dance, folk, oriental and rock, in order to create a unique cosmopolitan musical formula. Comes as a 180 g black vinyl, sealed. Includes download code.
"Sleepless" is a book of short stories and the first book of Serbian author Goran Stojičić (1965). An interesting method - characters devoid of names and places left without recognizable geographic and cultural whereabouts, makes these stories as universal as they may be.
"Nemoć" je prvi roman Maje Đorđević (1976). Meki povez, 331 strana, latinica.