Vasil Buraliev

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Vasil Buraliev (Macedonian: Васил Буралиев) is a Macedonian composer and producer of electronic music. As a composer he is known as "Phantom" (Фантом) or "The Man Who Cannot Die." He is also a member of the group Brainless Genius.

Selected Work[edit]

A remixed version of his track "Sunrise" was included in the compilation mACIDonia: Class of 999,[1] published by PMG recordings.

He produced "8" (Осумка), an album of electronic music by eight young Macedonian artists, published by Third Ear Music.[2]

He composed some of the songs on the "Kobna ubavina" (Кобна убавина),[3] a 2004 album by Macedonian band Mizar.

He composed the music Filip Stojanovski's game "Longbow."[4][5]

He has also been a regular contributor to Plugin/PC World Macedonia magazine, writing articles on audio software.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://packimk.tripod.com/recenzii/retro.html
  2. ^ http://www.thirdear.com.mk/
  3. ^ Мизар ја промовираше Кобна убавина. MMM (Macedonian Music Network). 11 November 2004. URL accessed 11 June 2006
  4. ^ British TV Show Presents a Macedonian-Made Video Game. Reality Macedonia. February 13, 2003. URL accessed 2 June 2006
  5. ^ Компјутерска игра на двајца скопјани презентирана во Британија. Dnevnik daily. February 15, 2003. URL accessed 2 June 2006

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