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Separator a.k.a Lee La, more than a dj and a producer, is more than anything as the public itself, appreciating plenty the electronic music. A late pioneer of ex-Yugoslavia , born in October in the early eighties, and then a rock and roll fan, starting and never stopping with Led Zeppelin, he gets into music from the backstage, with a barrowed bass guitar and weird fingers. Very much inspired he creates and plays with the first and very few indie bands in Tetovë – Macedonia. As strong as Zeppelin as an influence, afterwards for Lee La was SWAG Records London … in a car with friends and comrades, in a harsh Balkan winter, he discovered what had seemed impossible – minimal electronica, like coming out of Led Zeppelin’s Theremin, or was it ? … Something WAS going on indeed. Spot on. With his obsessive tendencies Lee La never stopped looking for it afterwards. It was this immediate reaction that would make him take on the experiment of understanding it better … through makin g it himself. He debuted as a producer in the making of the soundtracks of several documentaries and a movie. He went on further to make festival songs as well. Two of them were presented in a major pop festival in the region. But it was not quite what he was after, as it felt still not ‘’je ne sais pas quoi’’ enough. As he went on working he couldn’t help himself but be moved by Kraftwerk, Underworld and ultimately Thom York. It was however personal. Now and here though , is finally being let go his first obsessive persistent perfectionistic contradictious oeuvre of Lee La that moreover being privative is now The Separator.

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