Headed by own instincts and having respect towards values of the folklore creativity and musical heritage in 1991 year we have started with building up our library of recordings with old traditional songs from different parts of Macedonia.
What we constantly strive for is to document Macedonian tradition and to promote and present Macedonian song all over the world.
As a result of our ideas were created the musical collections: “Anthology of Macedonian Folk Song”, “ Folk Memories from Macedonia”, “Macedonian Patriotic Songs”,
“Macedonian Folk Songs”, “Macedonian traditional songs”.
For these years of existence we have published 110 titles on CD, 15 titles on DVD, 20 titles on VHS & 150 titles on MC with Macedonian Music.
Recently we have increased our publications with 39 cartoons on DVD, VHS & VCD with macedonian and albanian titles.
As the result of the idea to present all our work to the custumers we have opened a music shop in Gostivar and lately in Skopje GTC (City trade center), first foor.
Here we’ve madee a giant collection of movies, games and music from different related genres.
We have in-house production of blank audio and video cassettes and distribution of all blank media with our brand name ”mister”.
Besides the traditional music we have publications of contemporary music and we give a reliable support to the young artists.
All advertising materials, booklets and cover designs are completely result in-home effort and eficiency.
We offer many complaisances to our custumers: publishing of audio & video cassettes, CD and DVD recording.
In 2005 year we published the first Super Audio CD in Macedonia.
As a result of constant succesfull cooperation with other world wide productions we are representatives and distributors of their products in our country.
Some of our records are licensed pubilcations can be found on market of world music such us:
DANCE & BELLY DANCE (Brass Band Agushevi), BELLY DANCE (Maleshevski Melos),
BEST OF MACEDONIA, MASTERS OF ACCORDION, HEART OF BALKANS, MACEDONIAN BELLY DANCE, GLOBAL WOMAN, THE ROUGH GUIDE TO THE MUSIC OF THE BALKANS.