Adi Lukovac was an artist born in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is generally regarded as one of the pioneers of electronic music in the country. Together with the group Ornamenti, he was very influential in fusing local ethno elements into the modern electronica sound of the late 90s and early 2000s.

As Adi Lukovac & Ornamenti, they founded the record label called Post War Sound (PSW), where they released two albums: “Movements” in 1999 and “Fluid” in 2001.

As a solo artist, Adi Lukovac has also collaborated with Dino Merlin (album “Sredinom”), as well as worked on the music for theatre play “Tvrđava” and the film soundtrack for “Remake.”

Adi was killed in a traffic accident on June 18, 2006.

Edited by eurobosnia on 25 Oct 2008, 07:29

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