This is the Record Store Day 2015 extended play release by Japanski Premijeri.
The sound of a geographically displaced band.
TV music for real clouds made of water.
A1 308 Negra Arroyo (Krivac – Mateljan – Juričić)
A2 Tko hoće stare stripove (Juričić – Krivac – Mateljan)
A3 Crying at the Kviskothèque (Mateljan – Krivac)
B1 Evening, Commissioner (Gugić – Juričić – Krivac – Mateljan)
B2 Glacier Dropsy (Juričić – Mateljan – Krivac)
B3 Mio cinema (Juričić)
released April 18, 2015
Japanski Premijeri and the extended family:
Marin Juričić: composition, electric bass, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, xylorimba, percussion and treatments
Enver Krivac: composition, beats, programming, percussion, xylorimba, piano, synthesizers and production
Moris Mateljan: composition, percussion, analogue monophonic and polyphonic synthesizers, guitar, keyboards, sampler, xylorimba and treatments
Petra Gržetić: sampled vocals
Miro Gugić: electric guitar on Evening, Commissioner.
Premier 4.3 Octave Rosewood Marimba on '308 Negra Arroyo' and 'Tko hoce stare stripove' recorded in Ravna Gora at Limena glazba Sloga's headquarters in 2013. Many thanks to Mladen Krivac.
'Crying at the Kviskotheque' synth sounds were entirely made out of sampled blowing in an empty Coca Cola bottle at Kubrick Studio Rijeka in 2014.
Live parts of 'Evening, Commissioner' recorded in Prostorius, Rijeka on May 6th, 2012.
Some synth parts for 'Evening, Commissioner' and 'Glacier Dropsie' recorded in Dublin, Ireland in the spring of 2015.
'Mio cinema' recorded as one take solo performance in TTS, Rijeka on September 25th, 2014.
Recorded in Rijeka at TTS, Kubrick, Welsh Room and Prostorius. Also at Limena glazba Sloga, Ravna Gora and in Dublin, Ireland.
Produced and mastered at Welsh Room, Rijeka.
Sleeve by Japanski Premijeri.
Japanski Premijeri will return.
Thank you for paying attention.
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