Monday, February 18, 2013

(V/A) No Border Jam Festival 7th Compilation (2012)

No Border Jam is a punk/hardcore/rock DIY festival, that is active from year 1992 in Maribor, Slovenia, thanks to crew from Subkulturni Azil. Last year it was 20th anniversary, so the crew decided to make 7th free-of-charge compilation of bands that performed on festival. There are 24 bands and songs from ex-Yugoslavia area on them, sorted in this order:

1. Svinjske tačke - Ne me jebat
2. Dža ili Bu - VIP
3. Gužva u 16-ercu - Zapad
4. Proleće - Od čega sit od toga i debeo
5. Buldogi - Dvign glavo
6. Damir Avdić - Po asfaltu i betonu
7. Generacija bez budućnosti - Sistem mašina
8. No Rules - Igraj, zabij, nabij
9. Vox Populi - Zašto, dokle, kada
10. Fraktura Mozga - Vampirska
11. The Detonators - Next to you
12. - Punkart - Treble trouble
13. Grandpa Candys - Vampirella
14. Cosa Nostra - Kurbin sine
15. Zbogom Brus Li - Kokainka
16. Voodoo Cadillac - Blato
17. KBO! - Stari ja
18. Ofsajd - Sarajevo
19. Mindless Violence - D.I.Y.
20. No Limits - Just one day
21. Stray Dogs - Petrak
22. XAXAXA - Kolku nazad možeš da se vratiš
23. Zašenki - Mladina
24. Abergaz - LOL generacija

Download package contains pictures from CD and cover that I got on my address.  Download link is below. Cheers and love! <3 br="">

Here is the download link:

Sunday, June 17, 2012


Abergaz is a punk band from Zagreb, Croatia, that I have created on March 7th, 2006 at 9 p.m. This is our second album, with far more greater production than our first one, on wich I have been working together with my band for three years to this date - and now is finally finished - and published on our DIY label. So far, we packed it on tapes, but there is also, of course, available digital download from our bandcamp page (link is below). For free download, just enter the number 0 (zero), after clicking on Buy now button, or if you wish to support us - you can 'name your price' for the album. All songs are including English translations, bellow original lyrics, that are singed on pseudo-Croatian language. Here is the track list and bandcamp link is below.

Track list:
01. Minimalizam Megalomanije (Minimalism Of Megalomany) 03:16
02. Pankenroler (Punk'n'roller) 02:14
03. Ne seri si u bradu nego kreni (Don't just talk, do something) 02:08
04. LOL generacija (LOL generation) 01:55
05. Etiketa Nacionalnosti (Etiquette of nationality) 02:47
06. Zagreb (Zagreb) 03:40
07. Antipolitičan (Anti-polliticall) 02:14
08. Stereotipni Hrvati
(Stereotypical Croats)
09. Dogovorili su rat 90ih (They arranged war in the 90's) 01:49
10. Mržnja kaže da se pobijete svi (Hatred suggests that you should kill each other) 02:31
11. Ti si protiv LGBITQ (You are against LGBITQ) 01:08
12. Vrijeme nas zove (Time is calling us) 01:37
13. Resursno Orijentirana Ekonomija (Resource Based Economy) 04:31
14. Valovi Monetarnog Sustava (Waves of monetary system) 03:44
15. Vođenje ljubavi usred trećeg svjetskog rata (Making love during World War Three) 02:06
16. Iskra (Spark) 03:08
17. Nintendo (In heaven hands) 02:58


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

KAOS - DEMO COLLECTION (1979.-1984.)

KAOS (Eng. "Chaos")was a Croatian Punk/New Wave band established in 1979 and a part of the Rijeka music scene in Croatia (Hrvatska, at that time a part of a former Yugoslavia). Band members were Neven Braut (guitar), Robert Zambata (bas), Tea Josipovic (vocal), Andrej Urem (drums), Emil Zauhar (keyboard), Igor Glumac (keyboard), Zvonimir Pliskovac (artwork). They claim their influences in bands like The Clash, Ramones, PIL, Nina Hagen, Siouxie and the Banches, Talking Heads and etc. KAOS toured in Zagreb, Rijeka, Ljubljana, Beograd etc. Despite of their popularity at the time, the band did not release an official album until 2010. where are the 14 tracks present on the album 'KAOS 1979-1984'. On it are all original recordings from that period. What I am bringing you today are 14 songs from them that period of time, that I managed to collect over the internet, since I didn't get that remastered CD, so experience how that originaly sounded on recorded tapes. What you can hear on it is some unique punk and post punk music mixed with Tea's '77 female psychotic vocals that I personally adore so much! As I heard, band split-up, because Tea got married and moved to Danmark country. And that is very far away from Croatia. This stuff is very rare today but it definitely it shouldn't be! Love this bend, so fucking much - from psychodelic moments to punk as fuck moments! Lyrics are also so fucking great, like in song Nova Bolest ("New disease") where she is singing in Croatian:"Bole me noge od hodanja po žici ('My legs are hurting me because walking on wires'), bole me oči od gledanja u prazno ('my eyes are hurting me because watching emptyness')" - very punk poetic stuff if you ask me. Anyway here is the back side of the album, and download link below picture. Enjoy!

I also love their logo so much - so fucking simple, but looks so fucking good!

Here is the download link:

Friday, December 2, 2011


It's been a long time since I posted anything new here. Perhaps because I was busy and at the same time, I didn't have anything that I wanted to share with you this way. Anyway - band Genereali (Eng. Generals) are cult 80's Zagreb (Croatia, (than Yugoslavia)) punk band. They are playing they own style of punk and it will be best to you, to decide 'how do they sound to you', because I know what do they like sound to me - but I will keep that personal. <3 Original line-up splited at the end of the 80's, when their singer become, what they call, a 'familly man', and rest 3 members continued to play two (or three?) more years, but eventually they splited up also, because that wasn't the same at all without singer. What is also interesting about their singer, that he is today 'Konzum voice' in their TV and radio commercials in Croatia. If you are living here in Croatia, you will eventually find that fact very funny. :D Anyway, in this download zip package are 10 songs collected from their demo's and ripped by Žikk (thanks!) - so download link is below and I hope that you'll enjoy their songs. Cheers!

Here is the download link:

Saturday, June 25, 2011


Krvavi Protokol (Eng. "Bloody Protocol") is raw punk band from Belgrade, Serbia, formed in year 1990, in year when every dream about Yugoslavia stopped to exist in most people minds, in year when nationalist intellectual elite of countries Serbia and Croatia (and others ex-Yugoslavian countries) massively took control of peoples minds, what leaded to that goddamn bloody war that will come in year 1991 to this Balkan area. So what can you expect from punks at that time? What I know - almost everything. Many people at that time decided to take a nationalist stand, but this band decided to make a stand 'Down all politicians' - song is originally (as all their other songs) on Serbian language named 'Dole svi političari' and drunken translations of that song to English language will go something like this:
Dole sistem, dole vlada! (Down the system, down the government!)
Neću da moj razum strada! (I don't wanna that my intellect die!)
Dole sistem, dole svi! (Down the system, down everyone!)
Svi debeli političari! (Every fat politicians!)
[Chorus start]
Dole svi, dole svi, debeli političari! x4 (Down everyone, down everyone, every goddamn fat politicians! x4)
[Chorus end]
Ja želim da živim kako hoću! (I want to live how I desire to)
Želim da mirno spavam noću! (I want to sleep peacefully at the night)
Neću da umrem tako mlad (I don't wanna die that young)
Da me ubije neki gad! (That some bastard kill me!)
[Chorus start]
Dole svi, dole svi, debeli političari! x4 (Down everyone, down everyone, every goddamn fat politicians! x4)
[Chorus end]
[Politically speech remixed started]
Ja mislim- Ja- Ja mislim- Ja mislim (I think- I- I think- I think)
I ja predlažem- I ja- Ja- Ja- Ja predlažem da glasanjem odlučimo (And I suggest- And I- I- I- I suggest that we decide by voting-)
[Politically speech interrupted by:]
Za svoju budućnost ću da se borim! (For my future I will fight!)
Neću da ćutim kad mogu da govorim! (I will not shut up - when I can speak!)
Neću da trunem ja pre vas! (I will not rot before you!)
Sve ću vas pobiti to je moj spas! (I will kill you all - that is my salvation!)
[Chorus start]
Dole svi, dole svi, debeli političari! x4 (Down everyone, down everyone, every goddamn fat politicians! x4)
[Chorus end]

If you ask me - that is one fuckin' great two-minute music bomb that describe very good the anger of that time that is still very actual at this time - if you ask me! And it is very interesting to me the fact that the word 'debeli' (Eng. 'Fat'), sounds very similar to curse word 'jebeni' (Eng. 'goddamn'/'fucking'/etc.) and the way that vocalist sings it - it almost sounds to me like he is singing 'debeli' & 'jebeni' at the same time, which I found very interesting. Anyway, on that Cass (and on this download) are also many other great songs! For example 'Zona X', 'Slepa Planeta' ('Blind Planet') or song 'Ludi naučnik' (Eng. "Crazy scientist") where are they singing about some hypothetical crazy scientist that got Nobel prize for Life Work because of some bomb that can kill all humanity very efficient and you know, when I heard that Barrack Obama got the Nobel Prize for peace while he was, formally speaking - 'leading' three wars at the time over the world, then I don't see why wouldn't some crazy scientist got Nobel Prize for new big suicidal bomb in the future. Song 'Rat' (Eng. 'War') is recorded live from some their concert and it started with dedication that goes (translated) like this:"This is song is for all people that went to fuckin' war" and then most of the recording is pretty much inaudible for my hearing, but I understand the parts when he said (translated):"...and people will disappear and you don't care, this insanity will continue...everywhere only death and sadness...this crap is not stopping" and from that lyrics and others songs, you can hear their anger that will be in 1994 transferred to another Belgrade band called Vox Populi, because band Krvavi Protokol stopped working and playing, because of to me unknown reasons, but I think that some of the members formed another band Vox Populi. Don't take that statement for granted, because I am not sure about last one. As far as I know - this Cass is only release from band Krvavi Protokol. Below is track list and download link. Cheers!

Track list:
01. Daj Mi Smrt (Give me death)
02. Predaja (Surrender)
03. Budi Svoj (Be Yourself)
04. Lažna Nada (False Hope)
05. Naša Je Murija (Our Police Is)
06. Ironija (Irony) [LIVE]
07. Rat (War) [LIVE]
08. Dole Svi Političari (Down All Politicians)
09. Ludi Naučnik (Crazy Scientist)
10. Slepa Planeta (Blind Planet)
11. Napokon Slobodan (Finally Free)
12. Smrtna Presuda (Death Sentence)
13. Zona X (Zone X)
14. Strah (Fear) [LIVE]

Here is the download link:

Monday, May 2, 2011


Haven't been here for a while... But who gives a shit. Anyway, today I am bringing you again some rare stuff that simply does not deserve to be rare - because it fucking rocks! Today we are talking about hc-punk band Anti-rost (or Antirost) from Pančevo, Serbia. Word 'rost' is actually on German language - it means - 'stainless', and auto-irony is that they are "anti" that - and maybe that is the reason why is this their second release packed in rusty metal, with rusty bicycle (or chainsaw? not sure...) chain. I wanna say thanks to my good friend Markan for forwarding pictures and for ripping this CD that he got, when he was on the floor dead-drunk on one gig in Subotica (Serbia), where was playin' Proces, Disrupt and Riistetyt (I think..). Anyway, as I heard from a couple of stories, members of this band are having a lot of troubles because of their 'intensive punk image' in their hometown Pančevo, because neo-nazis and similar bigotry people doesn't tolerate 'punkish looks' at all and there are many fascist boneheads in Serbia, so explicit nihilist punks like Anti-rost are having big problems with them there. That was, what I have heard, from talking with other people that are living in that area. I think that you know what am I talking about, so I don't see reason to explain further. Music. About music, you can get great album preview on their music video for title song 'Nikad neće biti bolje' ('It will never be better') on this link for video - . My impression of sound and all their concept, that they are some kind of combination of Exploited 'Troops of Tomorrow' phase, mixed with clear hardcore vocals, nihilistic emptiness on snare drum, and lunatic wah-wah solos. Lyrics are very angry, nihilistic and rebellious filled '77 spirit. I think that titles of songs say's a lot about them. Track list and title translations, and inside download link booklet and other stuff are below as usual. Now I need to get some short sleep because I need to get on my feet for about couple of hours... Fuckin' insomnia...

Track list:
01. - Žrtve sistema (System victims)
02. - Industrijska zona smrti (Industrial zone of death)
03. - Sam svoj podstanar (I am my own subtentant)
04. - Pančevo je mrtav grad (Pančevo is dead city)
05. - Anti power control
06. - Nikad neće biti bolje (It will never be better)
07. - Tučeš ženu, jebeni kretenu (You are beating you wife, you fuckin' moron)
08. - Elita osakaćenog grada (Elite of crippled city)
09. - You fucking system machine

Here is the download link:

Saturday, March 12, 2011


First, I am not gonna say sorry for not posting anything in almost 2 months - because I was really busy with my jobs, bands and with rioting on streets, so if you can't understand that - go fuck yourself you ignorant fuck. Enough with that - today I am bringing you something very rare and I would like to say thanks to friend called Darijan from Tuzla (BiH) that I met at S.A.W.A festival in Županja last year - thank you for forwarding me this great music! Band is called Punkart and they are from city called Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They started playing when punk & rock scene in Tuzla was practically dead and forgotten at the same time. When everything was still deep in ashes of goddamn ex-yugoslavian war. Sound on this their first home made demo (that I am bringing you today) is so fuckin' raw but yet kinda melodic - and all that is mixed with very frustrated and angry vocals from their singer Haris. Imagine 'gray' anger that is trying to make a sparkle kicking rock to another rock, while trying to light the fire of living in city that is practically dead - that is how can I describe their music and often auto-ironical lyrics on this first release of them. Band had a couple of break-ups but it is still playing in slightly different line-up, but I am sure that Haris, their frontman, is in band from beginning (and probably to their end). Today they got soften and I don't know... Yeah, today they are good, but this release IS SO FUCKING GREAT!! - That is the difference. I booked them a gig in a Zagreb, a couple of weeks ago, they were good live, but somehow I missed this anger from their first release. Personally, I like the most, their song called "Let" (Eng. "Flying"), were lyrics are saying this. Yes, I will translate them to drunken English language. :) Here they are:

Stojim na vratima i svega se bojim (I am standing on door, scared of everything)
Nikako ne mogu shvatit zašto zvijezde brojim (By no means I can't get it - why am I counting stars)
Da nisam poludio ja znam (I am not insane - I know!)
A šta drugi o meni misle ja ne znam (What are other thinking - I don't know)

Nisam mogo, da se sjetim (I couldn't remember)
Zašto želim, da poletim (Why do I want to fly)
Zašto želim, krila (Why do I want wings)
Zašto mi govore - gle debila! (Why are they saying to me:"Look that moron!")

Nisam htio da priznam (I didn't want to admit)
Da sam mnogo bolestan (That I am very sick)
Za njih nisam htio ćut (For them I didn't want to hear)
Ja sam Ja sam Ja sam lud... (I am, I am, I am insane...)

Nisam mogo, da se sjetim (I couldn't remember)
Zašto želim, da poletim (Why do I want to fly)
Zašto želim, krila (Why do I want wings)
Zašto mi govore - gle debila! (Why are they saying to me:"Look that moron!")

Because I like this song so fucking much I also made a video on YouTube for that song with pictures from Punkart - check out link: . Anyway recordings have a couple of noises on the beginning and ending of songs from ripping them - probably CD was damaged, but fuck that glitches - inside are great music, so be sure to check it out! Download link is below, as usual - and also two songs from other their demo tape from that year are included. Cheers!

Here is the download link:

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Alarm - Stay with punk (2011.)

Alarm is a very young 3-piece punk band from Pazin, Croatia, that was active from March 2010. Their members are only 13, 14 and 15 years old - and they rock! Songs have great attitude, energy and they are playing very good! On this their first (and for now only) demo album, that is recorded by themselves in their rehearsal room are 10 songs and recording quality is solid. I, personally like the most, their line from their song 'Ludnica'(Eng. 'Mental Hospital'), where are they singing (translated):"This is mental hospital, no, this is Croatia". This line says it all about Croatia, I would agree. :D Themes of their songs are from society to thoughts in head, filled with youth enthusiasm and everything that comes with it. I am sure that if they continue to be themselves, that in future, they can only be even better than now - and now they are great! So, be sure to check them out. Download link and track-list is as usual, below. Cheers!

Track list:
01. - Heroin
02. - Beznadna ulica (Hopeless street)
03. - Nepogriješiv (Infallible)
04. - Pazin grade (Pazin town)
05. - Početnička sreća (Beginners luck)
06. - Sam, ali ipak svoj (Alone, but yet myself)
07. - The Sky
08. - Baš me briga (I don't care)
09. - Ludnica (Mental Hospital)
10. - Ti nisi tu (You are not here)

Here is the download link:

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