Sasha Lakic

His name is pronounced Sasha Lah-kitch, and it’s Serbian. Originally from Bosnia-Herzegovina, he spent his childhood and the nasty years of the Yugoslav wars in Munich, Germany before emigrating to Vancouver, Canada in late 2000. In later years, brief stints at various gastropod establishments ensued, alongside dreamery of stellar – but ultimately not-too-shabby – undertakings in Western Canada’s nascent DJing milieu. However, a life-long detestation of, and disappointment in politics steered him in the end to record the extent people are willing to go in the name of Their People. He watches Girls on HBO.

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