Jelly For The Babies
Marijan Raskovic is better known as "Jelly For The Babies' and has had a fetish with synthesizers, guitars and drums for as long as he can remember. There was no transition into dance music as his parents were always listening to electronica so it was perfectly natural to continue in the tradition and attended prestigious music schools in Belgrade where he learned a variation of instruments including the piano.
Once he earned the much needed skills it didn't take him long before he started producing hits. His early releases were collaborations with great international artists and signed to labels such as Crystal Sound Records, Frisky Records and Stained Music. Fans were quickly attracted to his unique take on dance music which fused further relationships with other record labels including the Balkan Connection, Portuguese Exklusive Records, VIDISCO, Kontor Records, Procon Records, Grapevine Grooves, Dbeatzion and the list goes on and on
The Jelly For Babies vibe is centred heavily around deep melodic sounds with plenty of vocals which he calls a ”Candy flavour club sound” and who can argue with him as he gained the respect of Mark Knight, Groove Armada, Roger Sanchez and Stefano Noferini, whom have dropped his tracks in their sets all around the world circuit.
His accomplishments to date are the tracks “Close Your Eyes (with Ulysses Nunes) (Vlada Asanin Remix)”, which was placed on position no.28 on Beatport TechHouse Top100, While the track “Yeah Yeah” positioned itself at no.64 And “Be What U Wanna Be” went straight in at no.52 on Traxsource House Top100
Jelly has also been in the TOP10 Must Hear Progressive House charts on Beatport, with the highly regarded tracks “Too Deep Or Not Too Deep” and “Johannesburg” signed to The Balkan Connection.
His Dj'ing is career certainly nothing to sniff at either! Jelly has controlled the wheels of steel at these (Clubs and Festivals): Top Of The Hill, Club Mystique, Beli Mermer, Rock&Ball, Fun Club, Loco Bar (Arandjelovac), Cuba Libre, Compressor (Novi Sad), Arena (Negotin), Club Vanilla, X-Lagoom (Beograd), BGD Foam Fest (Ruma), Drama Café (Topola) [SERBIA], Neuraum (Munich) [Germany]
With this strength and quality of material its no wonder Jelly has gained such a massive following amongst discerning clubbers, Dj's and other producers. With future Planet Acetate releases already stacking up Jellies career looks incredibly bright.