- 1. Mili Sefic - Not WMC Promo 2012 (March 2012) 1.12.10 790 plays
- 2. Mili Sefic Live @ The Wash - Belgrade - Dec 18 2010 1.35.34 220 plays
- Download track Go to track Mili Sefic - Guest Mix for Groovy Castel Nuovo Radio show - December 20113. Mili Sefic - Guest Mix for Groovy Castel Nuovo Radio show - December 2011 1.00.33 89 plays
- 4. Mili Sefic - November 2006 Mix 1.04.54 105 plays
- 5. Mili Sefic - Chicago Underground Sessions on Proton Radio (2004) 57.49 144 plays
- Download track Go to track Mili Sefic - Live @ Electronic Madness (October 2012) - OKC Abrasevic, Mostar BiH6. Mili Sefic - Live @ Electronic Madness (October 2012) - OKC Abrasevic, Mostar BiH 1.01.02 505 plays
- 7. Mili Sefic - Opening for Danny Howells @ Spybar Chicago Sept 22 2006 2.03.44 121 plays
- 8. Mili Sefic - Warm Winter Mix 1.11.42 809 plays
- 9. Mili Sefic - January 2010 Mix 1.21.28 1694 plays
- Download track Go to track Mili Sefic - AMP Productions Featured Artist Mix on Frisky Radio [Sept 2008]10. Mili Sefic - AMP Productions Featured Artist Mix on Frisky Radio [Sept 2008] 1.59.57 248 plays
- 11. TONALITY PODCAST 004 - Mili Sefic Mix (November 2012) 59.56 338 plays
- 12. Mili Sefic - Monday Deep Session on Ibiza Sonica Radio (October 2009) 58.35 67 plays
- 13. Mili Sefic - BluDeep Radio Mix(October 2013) 57.41 77 plays 0.0 BPM
As his musical roots began in the cradle of house music, Mili quickly built up his reputation as one of Chicago’s top deep and tech house DJs. He shared the decks with many well know artists such as Sasha, John Digweed, Lee Burrige, Danny Howells and performed at big events across North America such as the WMC Miami, Intense Festival in Quebec and the first American Love parade in San Francisco in 2004. Recently, Mili has been very busy with appearances in top venues across Europe in Vienna, Amsterdam, Sarajevo, Belgrade, etc. Along with releases on Laus Music from London, Mili has released his music on Jay Tripwire’s Tonality Records and his future holds a continued musical expression while spreading love and friendship through electronic beats.
"Since Aristotle, man has organized his knowledge vertically in separate and unrelated groups---Science, Religion, Sex, Relaxation, Work, etc. The main emphasis in his language, his system of storing knowledge, has been on the identification of objects rather than on the relationships between objects. He is now forced to use his tools or reasoning separately and for one situation at a time. Had man been able to see past this hypnotic way of thinking, to distrust it (as did Einstein), and to resystematize his knowledge so that it would all be related horizontally, he would now enjoy the perfect sanity which comes from being able to deal with his life in its entirety. It is possible for Man to alter his mental state and thus alter his point of view (that is, his own basic relation with the outside world which determines how he stores his information). He then can restructure his thinking and change his language so that his thoughts bear more relation to his life and his problems, therefore approaching them more sanely."
It is this path I live through my music.