Boris Carloff (born Milan Havrda; 17 September 1974 in Brno) is a Czech musician, composer and record producer. Boris Carloff studied classical violin and his first band Palm Beat was formed in 2003. He later played with several other projects and as producer he collaborated with acts including Kryštof and Wohnout. His stage name was inspired by English actor Boris Karloff
Writer: Boris Carloff - Alan Jackson - Ghetto Priest, Composers: Boris Carloff.
In My Lonely Room (feat.
Boris Carloff - Hold Your Card 04:23. Boris Carloff - From Something to Nothing 04:17. Boris Carloff - Hiding My Heart 05:42. Boris Carloff - Hope 04:01. Boris Carloff - Solipsism 04:36. Boris Carloff - In the Sky 03:30. Boris Carloff - Up Above 01:40. Morphosis - Boris Carloff. Days Go By - Boris Carloff. Last Runner - Boris Carloff.
Localy in Czech republic he was nominated for Best sound Czech Grammy in 2006 year for album Dreamer of Czech band Sunshine. He also produced song named Atentat for band Krystof, which won Czech Grammy as The song of the year in 2008. This song awas also number 1 -the most played radio hit in year 2008 over Czech radios. the band Krystof was prized by Czech Grammy as The band of the year. Another album from other interpret Ivan Hlas was the same year nominated in the category Folk and Country