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José González: “Art can soften mental barriers that are difficult to reach through arguments”

On Sunday 8th of November José González will be performing for the first time in Belgrade at Dom Omladine. He's currently touring in support of his first solo album in eight years "Vestiges & Claws". Including this one, Swedish sing...

Oliver Ackermann (A Place To Bury Strangers): “We really have been bringing out some crazy things to make the show...

In about a month, all of the bigger cities in the region will be visited by one of the currently most important noise rock bands - A Place to Bury Strangers. This will be their second performance in Belgrade, after their brilliant 2013 ...

Tommi Holappa (Greenleaf/Dozer): “It’s 100% pure Rock and Roll with all our heart”

BR: I’m afraid that the wider Balkan audiences are not really familiar with your band, which might be the perfect opportunity for your introduction and your concerts in the region. The project has been around long enough to actually bec...

Jon Spencer (The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion): “So long as I am breathing there is hope”

BR: Your career has lasted for almost a quarter of a century now. What would you say was the biggest success in JSBX's first 25 years of existence? Jon: I think our biggest success is that we have stuck to our guns. We have made our ...

INTERVIEW | Matt Weed (Rosetta): “Technology promises us utopia but costs us humanity”

The post metal astronauts from Pennsylvania are going to land in Belgrade in front of the “KC Grad” on August 3rd. After existing no less than 12 years, this is going to be their first visit here and they are doing so with the newly publish...

INTERVIEW | Andy Cairns (Therapy?): “It took me years to get over the experience of making Infernal Love”

The widely acclaimed band from Northern Ireland, Therapy? has decided to come back to Serbia once more after their visit back in 2012 at the Arsenal Fest. The band is currently touring and promoting their 14th album which the Serbian fans a...

INTERVIEW | Courtney Taylor-Taylor (The Dandy Warhols): “It’s always easier to destroy than it is to build&#...

As the The Dandy Warhols Spring Tour is wrapping up, we managed to catch Courtney Taylor-Taylor in Vienna and do an interview with the man. The charming Portland, Oregon rocker gave us a certain kind of insight into the band's life and ...

INTERVIEW | William Mecum (Karma To Burn): “If we make it to 100 songs I’m gonna retire”

BR: From what we heard so far, “Arch Station” is a “beast” of an album. Who long did the making of it last? What does your recording process look like? William: We spent about 45 days writing and recording. "53" and "54" had already bee...