Exclusive interview and music review with Gojko for ‘Luxury”

This is a pretty fresh and interesting track. At first instinct the sounds that emerge appear to be hinting that some sort of trance or happy hardcore dance track is about to emerge, yet fairly quickly there’s a distinct touch of the oriental in there, and actually this meeting of instrumentation works well. The fusion of cultures is quite refreshing, and at it’s core, the track has all the basic components of a happy hardcore dance track or summer anthem, except in this case it has a little something special about it too – an added twist.


The songwriting behind the music is the sort that could be easily remixed and reworked in any number of ways, the possibilities are endless and that indicates a well structured song, a relatable topic, and a strong set of melodies. The pan flute sound running throughout I think gives this particular recording that something special to identify it by, and in fact the leading vocal performance adds a huge amount of character as well, both of which make the track notably recognisable.


The more you listen in fact the more the track really does strike as something extremely unique. The song is great, the melody stays with you, the concept of your love as luxury is easy to remember, and the imagery and devotion featured throughout the verses is quite powerful. Instrumentally though, the choices really stand out as something new, and yet the generally energy and vibe of the piece feels familiar and seems to take influence from the genres mentioned earlier. It’s a great example of using inspiration and still veering off in your own creative direction. The track is well produced and it builds up and falls away with precision and strength. The mix is interesting at all times, so it keeps your attention.

By Rebecca Cullen

Rebecca is a Musician and writer from Manchester, UK, with an MA in Song Writing


Exposed Vocals: Do you ever make mistakes during performances? How do you handle that?

 I think mistakes don’t always end up as mistakes. Sometimes they make things more interesting. Sometimes its good to make a mistake!!

Exposed Vocals: Do you tour? Anything interesting happen on tour that you think our readers would enjoy hearing about?

I am a new artist myself, but soon as I do have a tour I will let you know 🙂 I am sure people will love my tour because I would make sure that my tour is unique, unrealistic, and has a message !

Exposed Vocals: Any planned studio upgrades? What are you working with now?

 I always work with the best people in the industry. I let people do what they do the best. Personally, I don’t think that magic happens when you have expensive studio but when you have good ideas !

Exposed Vocals: How do you find ways to promote your music? What works best for you?

I am very happy that I had a lot of amazing ideas that I turned into reality when it comes to marketing. I promote my music EVERYWHERE. Social media, blogs, radio, website, streaming services… 🙂

Exposed Vocals: If you could perform anywhere and with any artists (Dead or Alive) where and who would it be with? Why?

 Good question! Honestly, I would play with the artist I believe would be most beneficial for my career, someone who knows how to create a good show.

Exposed Vocals: So, what’s next? Any new upcoming projects that you want to talk about?

At the moment, I am working on new music! It will be a very high energy, upbeat, dance song . VERY CATCHY !!

Exposed Vocals: If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing?

Something related to business!

Exposed Vocals: What should fans look forward to in the next year or so?

Albums, Tours, amazing music! I will make sure that my fans are fans that don’t think of any real life problem when listening to my music. It will be my way of helping them !

Exposed Vocals: Any Shout-outs?

No, once someone gives me a Shout-out, then I will give them the Shout-out! I learned my lesson in this music business! 😉 KISSES