After The Very Polish and The Very Soviet Cut-Outs, Zambon continues his endless trip around Eastern Europe with another excursion. Now it’s time to follow him and dive deep into dance music of former Yugoslavia. The very first volume of the brand new The Very Yugo Cut-Outs exposes a little known scene of editors based around the cult club 20/44 in Belgrade, Serbia. A duo of djs and producers called Kompleks is responsible for three edits here, while the label boss Zambon supplies the last one. Tracks range from poppy new wave of Jakarta group from Serbia, through psychedelic rock of Sedi Memic aka Vajta from Bosnia, yugo boogie of Kim Band from Serbia/Macedonia and sleazy synthpop of Videosex group from Slovenia. The unique vibe and amazing skills of Yugoslavian musicians from the rich and unfortunately still little-known scene are guaranteed to move both you and your local dancefloor. Hvala!