This jam session audio-document was recorded in the Museum of History of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo on 13.01.2019. It represents a current state of energy in one part of the young Sarajevo, Mostar and Zenica music/performance art scene.
It is a gathering spontaneously created by multiple local bands and music projects (electronic, funk, punk, ambient) as a way to pay respect for the musical heritage of Adi Lukovac - one of the most innovative and futuristic electronic musicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who died in 2006. Since his work relied deeply on experimentation, self-organized music production and improvisation, the event was created in that spirit; from the self-organization in production through no-budget solidarity, to the ending result - the jam session.
The initiative was formed through the nomadic collective and upcoming Sarajevo jam session label TAZ 22. The goal is to re-awaken the spirit of immediacy, spontaneity, and improvisation in the art scene of Sarajevo.
Note: This is an audio-document, not a commercial album. The recording quality was low due to the single-channel recording, capturing also the surrounding atmosphere of the session. A great effort was put into sound editing, in order to bring maximum possible sound quality.
Recorded Jam Parts Extracted/Chosen by Smirna Kulenović.
Album Cover Photo -
Tamara de la Fuente
Thank you -
Museum of History of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Amira Lukovac-Banda, Smirna Kulenović, Tatjana Nikolić, Nedim Karalić, PAL-e, Šejla Lajlani, Vanja Solaković, Hugo Fernandes, Dalio Sijah, Tamara de la Fuente, Sara Ristić, Amar Šantić, Belma Jusufović