Bojana Stamenov is a contestant in the Serbian version of the X factor and I think it’s pretty safe to say she’s the next big hit, judging by the number of shares and likes on my Facebook profile today. So this goes to say that there is some use from
Another great internet hit from Serbia – This is the Zemun-based choir Viva Vox’s rendition of Rammstein’s “Du Hast” Enjoy!
UPDATE: Amy Winehouse died one month after I wrote this article. I didn’t want my prediction to be this true, but I was definitely sure after the concert that something is very wrong. You can read the article below: The end of Amy Winehouse’s career happened on Saturday, 18th of
“Geto – tajni zivot grada” (Ghetto – the secret life of the city) is a documentary from 1995 told from the perspective of Goran Čavajda “Čavke”, well known rock musician from Serbia at the time. It tells about the rock, alternative and “underground” scene in Belgrade during the worst period
In the good old days before we downloaded music song by song, the album cover was one of the elements that sealed the deal. It was there to show you what kind of music/product to expect for your money. This is all just in theory, of course. In reality, most
Block Out is an old Belgrade band, one of the representatives of what I like to call Serbian nineties rock. They have always been a band with a more gloomy approach to the Serbian reality and their new album is not an exception. The reason for showing this particular video
Serbian language, together with Croatian, Bosnian and other can sometimes sound strange to foreigners non accustomed to Slavic languages, as described in this pre-historic Onion article from 1997. But, when put into a song, it can indeed sound very nice and musical. Here are two fresh songs that confirm this
Ceca’s recent announcement about the possibility of making a concert in Croatia provoked an outrage in Croatian society. Some people don’t like Ceca because of her relationship with Arkan, others don’t like anything coming from Serbia because it reminds them of Serbia, and there are quite possibly even those who don’t like
Rambo Amadeus is making a new song (possibly titled Rambo Majstore) and You too can be a part of it if you help him sing the chorus: If you don’t understand the words, it doesn’t matter, as long as you can repeat them properly. The translation of the lyrics goes
Guest post by JJ Beba An interesting promo tour was organized on Friday, 11th of September – in one of Belgrade’s trams number two. The organizer, famous rock journalist Peca Popovic, together with the Belgrade tourist organization and the City Public transportation, created a unique travel through city’s music history.