Serbian Future Bass Rivals Australia

Talent runs deep for rising future bass DJ and Producer Djordje Jeremic, known on Soundcloud as Missing Planet. One might even argue that it’s genetic.

Jeremic’s mother was one of the first female DJs in Serbia – playing deep house sets to audiences across the country. His father is no stranger to the live event scene either, the owner of a professional sound and lighting company. Even his brother has skin in the game as the founder of Serbian dubstep label, Monster Records.

The 18-year-old producer from Nis, Serbia got his start making music as early as age 14.
From the very beginning of of his career, Jeremic has attempted to transcend genres, drawing stylistic technique from progressive house, drum and bass, techno, and deep house.

“I went through all the genres to really find what I liked and then I combined them into one” commented Jeremic.

At one point the young producer ran four separate Soundcloud accounts, each showcasing his take on a different musical style. Years of musical exploration, practice, and rebranding have resulted in the alias Missing Planet and its complimentary experimental spinoff I am Missing. Both accounts feature elaborate tracks filled with haunting melodies that demand a listen from future bass fans.

Much of Jeremic’s music draws influence from the likes of Flume, Louis Futon, What So Not, Kidnap Kid, and Sam Gellaitry.

“The melody of these artists is really good and inspires me to make something deep.”

With a formal EP scheduled to drop at the end of October, Missing Planet hints listeners to expect similarly “deep and emotional sounds” that continue to push future bass norms. Drawing additionally heavy vibes from the cult-like Netflix series, Stranger Things, Jeremic is confident that his new tracks will be as “alien strange” as the Demogorgon itself.

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