By communications trainee Marina (18), front woman of mixed band Feed D Fury.
On December 20, mixed band High Frequency went to Skopje to record their first studio album.
Lead singer Ana, member of our Music Connects partner Music School Enterprise, was waiting for them there. In the short span of five days they recorded seven songs, including Star, Whiskey and No Way Out.
The album is due to be released in the end of January 2019, mixed and recorded by Goran Ristevski and produced by Emir Hasani. The band had a busy week filled with music and hard work, and lots and lots of fun. Here’s what they had to say:
”I’ve had a fantastic time in Skopje, recording an album was very interesting and fun. Overall, it was a great experience.” – Vladimir, drummer
”I’ve had amazing five days recording this album. A really good experience. It was fun sharing new ideas with my band mates, and I also learned a lot of new things through mutual work.” – Dzemil, guitarist
”We were a bit all over the place at some point, but we managed to work it out and record this amazing thing we’re all very proud of. It was busy, but it was also fun and refreshing to do something you really love while being surrounded with good music and good people.” – Nikola, bassist
”This was the most awesome and amazing band experience. I love these guys and I learned a lot more about them not only in a formal way. It was so fun and adventurous throughout the 5 days of recording, and I surely hope for more opportunities like these!” – Ana, singer