Children of Berlin

Great short story about Berlin techno scene.The story about the Wall , politics and music. Berlin scene is one of the most inspiring scenes in the world , with so many great DJs and producers.

Part 1

Part 2

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Reggae Britannia – Documentary

Reggae Britannia is a brilliant documentary talking about reggae’s influence on British music and society.

“The acclaimed BBC4 Britannia series moves into the world of British reggae. Showing how it came from Jamaica in the 1960s to influence, over the next twenty years, both British music and society, the programme includes major artists and performances from that era, including Big Youth, Max Romeo, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Jerry Dammers and the Specials, the Police, UB40, Dennis Bovell, lovers rock performers Carroll Thompson and Janet Kay, bands like Aswad and Steel Pulse and reggae admirers such as Boy George and Paul Weller.”

Enjoy 🙂


Why Music Matters

What is the Music Matters campaign?

The Music Matters campaign is a collective of people across the music industry, including artists, retailers, songwriters, labels and managers, formed to remind listeners of the significance and value of music.

What is the Music Matters Trustmark?

The Music Matters trust mark will act as a guide for music fans and help differentiate legal music services from illegal ones. Click here for a list of all supporting sites and look for the Music Matters trust mark when choosing new music.

When you choose sites carrying the trustmark you can be sure the site is legal and the copyright holders are paid for their creative work.

for more info about why music matters check project webpage: whymusicmatters.org


RIP – A Remix Manifesto

RIP – A Remix Manifesto is an open-source documentary which you may have seen already, as it was an instant classic right from the start, and especialy since the makers of the film put it online, up for grabs, for you and yours to enjoy, that’s how we like it:


Story about King Britt

Composer/DJ King Britt received a Pew Fellowship in the Arts award in 2007. Pew Fellowships in the Arts awards grants of $60,000 to Philadelphia-area artists working in a wide variety of performing, visual, and literary disciplines. For more information on the Fellowship program, go to http://www.pcah.us/fellowships.

thanks Nadja:)


Tweestival – Tweeter festival in Belgrade

On thursday 24th march i will be playing on some really nice festival with good cause. Official Tweeter festival will be held on several locations in Belgrade. So many DJ’s supported this thing. For that night i will play in Gun club beside some old and popular names like Gramofondzie , Lale, Petkovski and others. Here is complete program and more info about the event:

Tweestival Belgrade 2011

thursday 25 march 2011 

supporting “Association for animals”

Why this cause?
We came to the conclusion that this year’s Belgrade Twestival should be based on help to provide all resources for a better life of dogs in Belgrade, therefore a better environment for the citizens of this city.
Although the worst situation is for stray dogs, no one is helping them.
The dogs are hungry, homeless, sick and without proper care. They also need a new home.
For years now, this organization helps animals, and by now they did a great job, but they do not have enough funds to make it a big deal. That is why we want to help this charity.

How will the funds be used by your local charity?
– To provide medical assistance and medicines to threat the sick dogs;
– To provide enough rabies vaccine;
– To provide food and money for maintaining the existing location for dogs until they get a new family and home;
– and providing for other specific needs.

C u there!


Evening With…Naomi Kashiwagi

I am just wondering what will some tech freaks say on this video!!?!?You still using traktor???:) I am but we should ask ourselves is it technology what matters or art!?!?So unique and original Naomi Kashiwagi is admittedly a little fixated on the old and the useless. Dusty gramophones, abandoned typewriters and busted violin bows find new life in her art.

I like her headphones a lot:)