Track “Orion” finds its place in the Top 10 list on Beatport Charts.
Just like “Return Jurney, “Orion” becomes part of world famous DJs tracklist.
Track “Cataclysm” was published for a “frisky Records” in year 2010, and with this track, Nemanja re-enters Top 10 must have list on Beatport.
After this release and short break, Nemanja releases “El Dorado” for british label “Baroque Records” and this track gets great recognition especially on international radio stations.
In the same year (2011), he begins cooperation with “Lowbit” record company for which he releases “Havarija” EP.
In year 2012, Nemanja has begun collaboration with german record company “Plusquam Division” for which he has released his most recent projects “Kalipso” EP and “They Are Coming EP”.
Nemanja currently lives in Niš, where he is finishing his studies in Economy apart from working on musical projects.
A representative of the progressive sound of the younger generation in Serbia, Nemanja is definitely one of the most promising producers in the region.
The music he creates can be defined as progressive house with massive sound and elements of trance, minimal and ambient music.
He has shown passion and enthusiasm for creating music since his early teenage years, and his musical creative work, as a hobby, started in 2006. with the debut release of "Back In The Galaxy" for the Bulgarian label “Seaburn Records”.
This release has received positive reviews, and Nemanja has got support from regional DJs with encouragement to continue his work.
His second EP, “Time Travel”, has been published by the Colombian “Melodic Records”, and the track “Return Journey” on this release takes place in the tracklists of many prominent DJs.
For the compilation “Summer Movement” published by Dutch “Manual Music“ in year 2009, Nemanja prepares a track “Lost In Time”, after witch he publishes the single “Satellite” for “frisky Records” (offshoot of the famous internet radio station).
“Satellite” enters the Beatport Top 10 must have trackslist, and Nemanja's work gets a first significant criticisms from the world famous DJs.