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Horkestar - press clipping

Unsung heroes of labour

Capricious and prone to tempered pagan habits, unsung heroes of labour and revolution from some imaginary weird, post-nuclear age, pirates of happy moments of domestic rock’n’roll, infant pop and proletarian pro-soviet labor ecstasy of that  era,  comrades of  the Horkeskart formation (Skart-choir-and-orchestra) managed by Marija Balubdzic, repeated again, on the eve of Julian New Year and non-related thereto, all their weapons and tools and started another booming activistic clash with dark shadows of the present incarnated in the geometric nightmare of cheap technology and wild-grown synthetics, gathering as the support thereto the packed Artget  Gallery of the Cultural Center of Belgrade, including also packed stairways. 

Zorica Kojic, the daily Danas, January 17, 2006.

Horkeskart- Live! (Samizdat)

The album that I lavishly use with pleasure in my player is a phonogram of the concert held on May 2, 2005 in Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. For the ears profound of a classical music, the work of Horkeskart would probably be a blasphemy, but for those looking with eyes wide open forwards and backwards, not fearing of the result, Horkeskart is one of the brand new creative projects available in our scene. It is a choir, but with its repertoire it introduces pop culture in the domain of chorus music on the one hand, while on the other, it does not let  the moments which marked our recent past disappear tracelessly, although they can hardly disappear from the collective unconsciousness of these regions.

Branislav Nikolic, web-magazine Plasteline