“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
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
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.
From the Schlechte karten blog: “This is an experiment, compilation started half year ago, when I participated in a trip with a self-assembled raft on the river Sava with some friends (starting near Banja Luka with final destination Belgrade). There the idea crossed my mind, to collect or gather some
It may not be so big international news such as Radiohead’s free album, but in terms of Serbian or ex-Yu scene, this is an important step. Obojeni Program, one of the best bands ever to emerge from Novi Sad, has just released the new album for free download
Era, Damjan and co can bring a lot of you back to your childhood with their performance, plus create some new Beatles fan on the way. Of course, everybody in the club knows every word of every song, which together with band’s adequate suits and instruments makes the atmosphere really great.
I ran into an initiative on Facebook today to name a street in Belgrade after Milan Mladenovic, one of the greatest musician from ex-Yu, and I remembered that I wanted to mention a little something about Milan and EKV in a post since long time ago so I’ll use this
Today, many regard New Belgrade as a giant sleeping dorm – with over half a million people living there, it is the biggest municipality in Serbia. In comparison to all these people living here, it has always suffered with cultural offer – not enough cinemas, theaters, restaurants, Belgrade cafes, not enough anything – save buildings.
Yugoslavian version of Band Aid: Ju-Rok Misija, 15th of June, 1985. There are many Yu rock stars in this video – try and recognize some.
Here’s one crappy video i managed to record yesterday at Supernaut concert. This is meant more for you to get the feel of the kind of hellhole club Akademija is, while the real life sound is actually not so bad as at the recording. Enjoy this one minute video, and