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Hashima is a band that was formed with the idea to use the concepts of free improvisation in a Jazz Quartet combo. Improvisations are gravitating around original themes as well as presenting the audience with the specific arrangements of less known compositions that are inspiring the band. The group has a specific sonor quality: double bass, saxophone, drums and a semi-acoustic jazz guitar. Four different instruments and sensibilities are found in a form bared of tradicional genre qualities with the content inspired by a faraway abandoned island in Japan – Hashima. Srđan Mijalković – Tenor Saxophone


Take Five with Igor Mišković of Hashima

Read "Take Five with Igor Mišković of Hashima" reviewed by Igor Mišković

Meet Igor Mišković of Hashima Hashima is a rock / jazz group with a wide artistic approach, including original concert video projections, art movies, conceptual art and performance. The group was founded by Igor Mišković in jny: Belgrade and it started out with more of a free-improv / jazz sound and kept evolving album by album. ...


Ray Of The Microcosm - The Haywain Part I

Featuring the music of Hashima
Duration: 6:42

Enjoy the animated Creation of the World by the intriguing postrock/jazz group Hashima! Hashima, from Belgrade, is Srđan Mijalković: tenor saxophone; Aleksandar Hristić: drums; Vanja Todorović: double bass: Igor Mišković: guitar.

The Haywain

Label: Metropolis Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Dance No.3; Iris of the Eye - The Haywain Triptych; Ray of the Microcosm; II The Haywain; III Satantango.


Hashima: The Haywain

Read "The Haywain" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Serbian band often develops passages with the impetus and intent of a hunter stalking its prey. With asymmetrical jazz-rock, punk-jazz and free-form excursions amid Balkan folk themes, the musicians' animated buildups and intertwining motifs are anchored by drummer Aleksander Hristic and bassist Vanja Todorovic power-packed grooves and fluent outbreaks. As the band's second album reaffirms ...


Dance No3 ft. Susana Santos Silva

Featuring the music of Hashima
Duration: 10:59

Rising Jazz quartet Hashima presents a video for "Dance No3" featuring a renowned free-jazz trumpet player Susana Santos Silva. Mastered in La Buissonne studios by Nicolas Baillard (Jack DeJohnette, Joachim Kuhn, Nik Beartsch Ronin, Avishai Cohen, Charlie Haden, Paolo Fresu). "'Dance No.3' is a true bomb. Spiced with Portuguese star Susana Santos Silva trumpet it blows your minds away." --JazzMusicArchives

Dance No.2

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Duration: 10:06


Studio 6

Featuring the music of Hashima
Duration: 58:49

Tideland features six original modern jazz compositions by a unique European quartet from Serbia with a fusion of different musical genres: “Hashima, an unusual confluence of classicism, Balkan folk forms, avant garde racket and lyricsm.” –Thomas Conrad (JazzTimes).


Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015



Featuring the music of Hashima
Duration: 10:07

Live at DKSG (Dom Kulture Studentski Grad) with Hristić Aleksandar (drums), Todorović Vanja (bass), Mijalković Srđan (saxophone) and Mišković Igor (guitar).

"Hashima, an unusual confluence of classicism, Balkan folk forms, avant garde racket and lyricsm.” --Thomas Conrad (All About Jazz, JazzTimes, Stereophile)


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