Here you can watch and listen to Sinisa Tamamovic’s set recorded at Club Trezor in Sarajevo.
01. Oscar L – Wah Wah / Stereo Productions
02. Sinisa Tamamovic – Press And Hold / Unreleased
03. That Kid Chris – Play Some Rave / Magna Recordings
04. Raxon – Future Past / Diynamic
05. Alan Fitzpatrick – Eleven Eleven / We Are The Brave
06. Sinisa Tamamovic – Split Minds / Unreleased
07. David Bau – Therapy / Elevate
08. Sinisa Tamamovic – I Need You / Octopus Recordings
09. Deep Dimensions – So 1992 – Radio Slave, P. Leone Remix / Rekids
10. Veerus – Phase / Terminal M
11. Drunken Kong – The Line / Tronic
12. Sinisa Tamamovic – Visitors / Unreleased
13. Sinisa Tamamovic – Drop / Yoshitoshi promo
14. Laat – State Of Play / Tronic
15. Sinisa Tamamovic – Voices / Octopus Recordings promo
16. Sinisa Tamamovic – Deep Move / Unreleased
17. Sinisa Tamamovic – Autumn Colours / Unreleased
18. Hernan Tapia – Fly Away / Black Kat
19. Valentin Pascual – Moby Dick – Lunatique Sublime Remix / Oscuro Music
Sinisa Tamamovic’s new DJ mix is online on Transmissions Radio.
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01.Asio (aka R-Play) – Vahra [Minitech Recordings]
02.Alex Cristea, Nico Cabeza – Mentally [DOTS Music]
03.Oscar L – Multiplayer [Truesoul]
04.Sinisa Tamamovic – Flashback [Tronic]
05.Oscar L – Strange Music [Transmit Recordings]
06.Sinisa Tamamovic – XXX Files [Transmit Recordings]
07.Spektre – Land Of Strays (D-Unity Remix) [Respekt Recordings]
08.Oscar Escapa, Martin Lacroix – Welcome [Transmit Recordings]
09.Sinisa Tamamovic – Rollin [Transmit Recordings]
10.Drunken Kong – Magic [Tronic]
11.Sinisa Tamamovic – Green Light [Unreleased]
12.Sara Simonit – Inhuman (M.I.T.A. Dub) [Familia]
13.Adoo – Last Month [Night Light Records]
14.Sinisa Tamamovic – Dilema [Transmit Recordings]
15.Gregor Tresher – Inhale (Atoll Remix) [Gto Recordings]
Sinisa Tamamovic delivers a new massive dark techno tune for Pan Pot‘s label Second State. It’s now available in shops!
Time is flying by and we’re back again with the third instalment of our SUM series featuring Second State family and friends. The release traverses ten impressive tracks touching on all corners of a vast Techno expanse from the peak time, big room antics of Reform’s “Magic Land”, Sinisa Tamamovic’s “Moody Day”, and Wehbba’s “Unfold” to more dark twisted psychedelic heaters like Alex Rubino’s “Frequency”, Alisa Bergwerk’s “Back to the Roots” and DEAS’ “Friday Rain”. Not only do we present a diverse group of artists on our VA series but we’ve delivered some heavy tunes from some of todays big names with Eats Everything’s “South Of West Country”, Mark Reeve’s “Are We Different” and Ninetoes’ “Gloomy Lake”. Not to be outdone just yet, SUM 3 features, for the first time, an appearance from Pan-Pot themselves with their timeless cut Luio wrapping up the ten track release into one highly explosive package.
SINISA TAMAMOVIC‘s Twisted EP Kraftek is out today on Beatport!
With a prolific release schedule on quality techno labels and a hectic global schedule, we’re more than happy to welcome back to Kraftek our London based Serbian brother Sinisa Tamamovic. He’s impressively become one of those rare techno artists whose sound is instantly recognisable on the dancefloor. His Twisted EP is no exception and showcases his sound to perfection.
Two new and devilishly funky originals are backed by a remix from Drumcode and BEK Audio’s Swedish sensation Kimono, who gets to grips with title track.
So strap on, turn up and get twisted. LISTEN HERE!
Sinisa Tamamovic returns on his imprint with two techno groovy tunes. Addicted track is classic Sinisa’s dark sound, already effecting many dancefloors and is already featured in Sharam’s mix. Another track on the EP called Oscillator present something more loopy and groovy from Sinisa and is produced and created by analog gear. This year Sinisa Tamamovic started with releases on Dubfire’s Sci+Tec, Sharam’s Yoshitoshi Recordings and we are happy to have these two floor killers on board just after these massive releases.
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Sinisa Tamamovic returns on Sharam’s legendary imprint Yoshitoshi Recordings. This time with two original tracks called Valentina and Confused. ‘Valentina’ is pure tech house groove including a recorded vocal from Sinisa’s tour in Costa Rica. Sinisa got a opportunity to record local kids singing some street rhymes and transfer into his vision and memories of his time in Costa Rica and Latin America.
Anyone familiar with the music of Sinisa Tamamovic knows the man is an expert in techno floor fillers. The tracks here are no exception; Valentina and Confused reside in the world of bold, unrelenting grooves constructed with little more than bass and drums: and they get the job done. The bass lines are distinctly Sinisa; simple, catchy, and mixed exquisitely, they take on a whole new attitude when played on club systems.
Valentina starts things strong, its driving rhythm gaining energy as atmospheres develop and an otherworldly vocal enters, a Latin American street rhyme that gives the track some international flare. Confused is more raw, employing rough drums and ethereal sound effects. Either one will do the trick for peak hours and late nights, and expect to hear these all over the place at WMC 2016.
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