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Croatian electronica label Home Made present Zarkoff’s second solo project, the ‘Acid Sun EP’. Blazing across the floor with the kind of electro panache we have come to expect from the likes of I-f, Passarani, Ectomorph and co. ‘Acid Sun’ will be burning up clubland this summer! After a meaningful trip to Berlin the Zarkoff persona was conceived and became active in the summer of 2003. Zarkoff’s first gig at Kontakt Festival in Croatia led to a meeting with Yaz and together they went on to promote their Soba23 monthly parties in Zagreb, where Zarkoff was able to test his material live. It was here that he met DJ Sergej from Home Made, the label on which Zarkoff released his first solo project, ‘Are You Amused E.P’. Occasional invitations to other cities and neighbouring countries began (Ch0 – Ljubljana, Kocka, Casanova, Parafin events – Belgrade, Sozialklub – Budapest, Soba – Sarajevo), but it was an invitation to the Exit festival which proved to be the most important. This is where he met the Serbian electropunk/industrial scene based around the Cold Trinity label. Many musical collaborations followed including a Zarkoff remix of Margita Je Mrtav ‘Transsexual E.P.’ and a release on one of Natascha Plum's multimedia artworks. At various events Zarkoff has shared the stage with Rude66, Sneak Thief, Sendex, Luke Eargoggle, Legowelt, and Manasyt. He also maintains a fruitful musical collaboration with Yas, with their electronic body project, Florence Foster Fan Club. Zarkoff prefers to avoid categorization and acts on the premise that vibration carries information and to dance is to respond. This double-barrelled dance attack bears witness to that ethos as the vocodered electro refrains of ‘Acid Sun’ will tear the floor up over the coming months whilst the more downbeat ‘Pure Places’ finds Zarkoff in an introspective synth pop mood, that draws from influences such as Depeche Mode, OMD, Fad Gadget and Erasure.
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