The most unusual album to date and with the most ridiculous title is the result of attempting to record more spontaneously after growing tired of lengthily process of recording previous three realizes this represents attempt to go back to basics. More live sound, less takes, more rough stuff.
The fourth release under the moniker Ex>Misha founds me in advanced electro lo-fi mood, intertwined with some neo-no-wave. Sterile and precise Mitarbeiter Dub is the retro futuristic ballad for modern office spaces, the highlight of the album.
The release featuring such songs as “Mjau”, the cat anthem, MTV abused “Bolja”, Agent Promene, haunting “Đavolja Varoš”, and many other “lo-fi hidden in sort of trying to sound mainstream sound” gems. You may chose different front cover designs.
Four years after the first Ex>Misha album it was funny that I was still unsure what sound I wanted to have and because of this you can find many different genres here, from power pop and new wave, to faux EBM, to funky sound and psychedelic ballads.
First album of Ex>Misha is sort of “best of” from several previous albums when he was still being known as simply “Misha”. There was a need to rerecord them because I felt I could do it better once I was able to better master the home recording process. This is more guitar oriented album, most songs are just verse chorus verse with some solo here and there.