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Zemlja broj 9

Zemlja broj 9

Zemlja broj 9


Milan Bukejlovic and Srdjan Galic formed Zemlja broj 9 in Belgrade, Serbia,during the autumn of 2003, after the end of post rock band called Phonograph. Original member was Dragan Mihajlovic on synth but he went to Italy soon so Z9 had changeable members till the end of 2005, when drummer Gagi took over bass, Srdjan has purchased russian analogue synth `polivoks` and that was it...Guitarist Dacha was in within few months... `Zemlja broj 9` means `Earth number 9` Read more on Last.fm
Milan Bukejlovic and Srdjan Galic formed Zemlja broj 9 in Belgrade, Serbia,during the autumn of 2003, after the end of post rock band called Phonograph. Original member was Dragan Mihajlovic on synth but he went to Italy soon so Z9 had changeable members till the end of 2005, when drummer Gagi took over bass, Srdjan has purchased russian analogue synth `polivoks` and that was it...Guitarist Dacha was in within few months... `Zemlja broj 9` means `Earth number 9`, but word Zemlja in serbian also means country so it has a kind of catchy meaning / people here always ask about it. For a long time of growing up Zemljans listened all kinds of independent music and read a lot of sf literature, always liked those most obstinate. These influences are visible in their work... By the end of 2006 Zemlja broj 9 recorded album called `Oscillator fields` thanks to Hrvoje Niksic from Zagreb, in his `Kramasonik` studio.

Zdenko Franjic, another guy from Zagreb, issued `Oscillators fields` on his `Listen loudest` label. Between others, Zemlja broj 9 played concerts with post rockers `Cul de Sac`, `Tena Novak` and Damo Suzuki. http://www.myspace.com/zemljabr9 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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