This web site is a tribute to the early years of techno in Belgrade and
Serbia. It was a once in a lifetime experience, and we were very lucky to
be there and take part in it.
The site itself took off in April 1996 as belgrade-techno,
initially designed by Bojan Belovic. A month later, Vladimir Vacic (sky) joined
in, followed by Milos Krstajic, Marko Domanovic (pyc) and Srdjan Krajnalic (skr).
Istok Pavlovic, Milan Drca and Vlada Janjic wrote reviews, and Ivan Mutavdzic
designed the logo.
Since August 1999, no one has been actively involved with the yutechno project.
This means that all updates and future development will be very random,
depending on my exam schedule. I will, however, try my best to keep on
maintaining the existing pages.
We would like to thank (in no particular order):
the Fusion crew,
Alien Artefact Records,
Gordan Paunovic (b92),
Marko Vajagic (homerun),
Vlada Janjic (b92),
Fred Giteau (pof),
city of Belgrade,
Tamara Mirkovic (Future of Sound),
Ivan Hrasovec (XL Magazine),
Marko Kusovac (dethost.net),
Predrag Supurovic (of Oreska BBS fame),
Dragan Ambrozic (Ritam Magazine/HMK Music),
Dejan Markovic (magna house),
United DJs of Trance,
Teenage Techno Punks,
Zika 1, Zika 2, Dane, Sale, Bane and all the others whose names we're never going to find out.