Amplidyne Effect is the improvised multimedia project run by producer, musician & graphic-designer Martin Georgievski (b. 1988 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia). Taking its form as mostly a live improvisational music project, Amplidyne Effect is heavily influenced by an experimental/psychedelic spectrum of sounds ranging from Drone, Noise, Ambient, Contemporary Minimalist music and all the way to Post-Rock, Krautrock, IDM, Synth Wave elements. With over 15+ Official Releases, Improvised Podcasts, DJ Mixes, over 50+ performances at various venues, events and festivals around Europe, 500+ Live/DJ performances for Internet Platforms, Photography and Design exhibitions, the project constantly keeps evolving and is always active in the experimental scene.
Forming a generative spectrum of sounds from long improvised sessions and recordings at the home studio or live on, Amplidyne Effect records using an arbitrary selection of instruments ranging from electric, acoustic, bass guitar, prepared instruments, field recordings & samples, synthesizers, electronics, piezo microphones, and other types of “odd” instruments. Finding the inspiration from art, music, nature and technology it-self, the project always tries to push the boundaries of sound or just rests in the nest of the niche.
As part of the constantly shifting and growing sound, Amplidyne Effect has collaborated with artists from United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Argentina, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Macedonia, Serbia and Italy, either on-stage live, or through internet streaming and recording sessions, Amplidyne Effect has collaborated with: Aleksandar Nikov, Aleksandar Ordev, Aleksandar Baltiq (BATL / Disphilharmonia), Brian Alexander (Vulganstein), Boban Ristevski (Lefterna), Christophe Bailleau, Constantine Katsiris (Scant_Intone), Didié Nietzsche, Deceptions Digital, Deni Omeragić, Dimitar Dodovski (Moss Garden / Post Global Trio), D’Incise, Filip Dimiskovski, Giovanni Todisco (Trrma / La Confraternita Del Purgatorio), Goce Gligurovski (Mnemonic45), Jonas Kocher, Marko Jevtic (StJv), Marko Kuculovski, Melissa Blomberg (Kashmir / Synth Surfers Ensemble / DEBRIS), Ognen Spirovski (Ogie), Sase Puckovski (Noitu / Disphilharmonia), Sonja Dimitrioska (KLO / Mooger Fooger / Then / Pikolomini / Future Cathedrals), Simon Jones (Hot Hail / a.P.A.t.T.), Toni Dimitrov (Sound_00 / Post Global Trio), Todd Kopec (One Frequency / Cabinet), Srđan Gojković “Gile” (Elektricni Orgazam), Vasko Serafimov & Venko Serafimov (Konkord / Moral)
Amplidyne Effect also takes his part into the sounds of the Ambient/Drone Project “Post Global Trio” and the side-project “Meissa Ionis”
Post Global Trio is an ambient/drone collective composed of Toni Dimitrov, Dimitar Dodovski and Martin Georgievski, usually as an improvised live performance band. Post Global Trio is an experience. Experience that you can feel on the journey through distant lands. Inside or outside thyself. Image of clear and subtle soundscapes and landscapes. Enter into the woods. Leave the city behind the horizon. Forget about it… Now enter more deeply. In thyself. And find yourself. The way you were before you have long forgotten. The project is created as a continuity of communication, collaboration, necessity of developing a certain scene. Sound picture of long-term mutual philosophical meditations.
Meissa Ionis is an experimental side project of Amplidyne Effect, which started in 2014 with the release of “Quadroscopia” (it was the fastest album released on AMPEFF, taking only 3 hours from recording to editing and release). With 5 releases, Meissa Ionis borrows concepts from Doom Drone, Dark Ambient, IDM and raw electro-acoustics noise sounds during long improvisational sessions. During a live performance, the whole sound of Meissa Ionis is improvised on the spot which might range in different experimental stages of sound.