Nemanja Godjevac got involved with electronic music in the early 90s.
After his first visit to England, he realized that music is going to play a big role in his life. Only 16 years old, he had his own radio show, called „Alter Ego“, which was broadcasted for 6 hours, every week. Wrapped up in the phenomenon of electronic music, he tried to transfer the sound of London’s clubs to his radio show and his sets.
Apart from being a successful radio show host, he was also very dominant at DJ-ing in many clubs.
One good example would be his residentship in club „Places“ on Malta, where he was very successful and taged for bookings around Europe.
From 1999 to 2004, many good parties were organized and managed by himself. At that time, the biggest names of Serbian club scene were playing on his parties: Boza Podunavac, Mark Wee, Extender...
During his study, he made a break, and stopped organizing events, until 2010, when he joined organization called „Stereobytez“. With them, he organized a few interesting events in club „IBC“, with abroad guests.
In may 2010, he met „M.O.D.“, a young organization which consitst of 2 very young and perspective DJ’s and producers. In a very short time, they realized that they have many things in common when it comes to music. The result of these circumstances was a new project: „Cosmic Pigs“.
This project is well known for it’s strong commitment to traditional way of performing sets, Live and without any kind of software tools and programs.
Their Sets are mostly based on: Deep/Tech House & Techno.
Since summer 2010, until this point, they made a huge advancement in every possible aspect of a DJ’s profession.
He had lot of domestic and oversea gigs in clubs like: Auslage (Vienna), Orange (Vienna), Sass (Vienna), Loft, Hula Hula beach bar (Hvar,Croatia), Pink Champagne (Croatia), Schrebergarten (Cologne) Bogen 2 (Cologne), club Studio (Essen), on legendary party "TULUM" (Zagreb) and etc.
His sets are spinning on "Ibiza Global Radio",too.
Nemanja is founder and music director of their new project, radio CrossFm started with work at October 2011.
Web page: www.crossfm.org
Music genres: Deep/Tech house, Techno