Gramophonedzie releases new track 'We Love Each Other' on Guesthouse Record

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Gramophonedzie releases new track 'We Love Each Other' on Guesthouse Record

Gramophonedzie is Marko Milicevic: the award winning Serbian superstar who is currently riding a serious wave following a remarkable breakthrough year in 2010. His latest release is a jackin' house track 'We Love Each Other' out on Guesthouse Records, it's full of funky elements, organic instrumental sounds and vocals, and sure to be another success.

Globally known for his track 'Why Don't You'. it was one of the biggest club records of 2009 supported by various DJs and it became one of the rare crossover records which was played by the most underground as well as popular commercial artists, which is the reason for being No.1 dance record all over the world. It was named a track of the year by BBC Radio 1 presenter Giles Peterson and it reached top 20 in the official UK, Belgian and Dutch singles charts.

The accompanying video was heavily played on YouTube (6 millions and counting) as well as on MTV, which presented Gramophonedzie with MTV Music Award for Best Adria Act, with additional nomination for Best European Act alongside artists such as Enrique Iglesias, Swedish House Mafia and Marina & The Diamonds.

With his roots spanning a wide musical spectrum and a deep passion for funky music, live instruments and intensive vocals, production career began in 2000 when he was selected to study at the Red Bull Music Academy in Ireland. He subsequently completed a degree in Sound Design at Belgrade University and went onto produce soundtracks for a number of commercials, films and television as well as producing for several Serbian bands.

Regardless of the global popularity of this tune, Gramophonedzie didn't succumb to the temptation to start releasing its clones. With his follow-up productions, such are bossa nova flavoured "Brazilian", filtered disco house Beatport best seller "Number One", jazzy jackin’ "No Sugar" (collaboration with his peer Joey Negro) and a cut & sample monster "Outta My Head" he has shown his artistic versatility and gained further support from labels such as Gotta Keep Faith, Yazuka, Nocturnal Groove, Oxyd and Shak Digital. All this tracks were heavily licensed and assured Marko remixing duties for alternative and mainstream artists such as DJ Sneak ("Cant Hide From My Bud"), Mange Le Funk ("I Still Want You"), Professor Green ("I Need You Tonight"), Doman & Gooding ("Pacific State") as well as Kraak & Smaak ("Calling Up").