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Ectima

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Ectima is a progressive tech trance project created by Dalibor Delic and Nikola Kozic.
The dynamic duo started their collaboration in the year 2004.
Since early days Nikola aka Zyce were interested in music, with experience playing in numerous rock, reggae and metal bends.

And after years of playing Nikola found himself in Electronic music and started creating his recognisable progressive style.

Possessing musical knowledge in a variety of instruments such as the Keyboard, Guitar, Bass Guitar and Drums to name a few.

In June 2008 he released a collaboration album Zyce & Fox for Synergetic Records.
Dalibor aka Flegma were producing all kinds of beats,writing melodies and arranging songs,using gadgets and synths that was available.
He began to learn about music at early age, influenced by his older brother who play bass and guitar.
He grew up listening a music with a lot of different influences until the 1999 when trance music hit him so hard, that he knew it was his calling where he could express his ideas through electronic music production.
Aside from signed Iono Music, Zyce and Flegma releasing tracks for Synergetic records, Spin Twist reccords,YSE…
At the moment Flegma preparing a collaboration album with Nerso which is about to be released this year.

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  • IOIIOIIOIIOI

    Correct tag is boom boom.

    2 Jun 2011 Reply
  • trancing

    and are the correct tags for Ectima.

    10 Jul 2010 Reply
  • trancing

    Great job done on percussion this time. Even though it's still a tad monotone, it's not that tedious as previous album which was literally one same track longing almost 80 minutes.

    10 Jul 2010 Reply
  • trancing

    Second album is better, yes.

    10 Jul 2010 Reply
  • level777

    Dancefloor killer!

    25 Jan 2010 Reply
  • trancing

    No soul here. All tracks sound ludicrously formulaic, have the same structure, same bassline, same kick, same everything.

    13 Apr 2009 Reply
  • YAYOABSURD

    very nice. horse style:)

    15 Mar 2009 Reply

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