Burdel Dali on the front page of Camuz Musique Montréal!
They posted a whole gallery of the photos here.
Le party était pogné hier au Divan Orange! On a commencé dans la rue piétonne avec la Fanfare Jarry et leur son festif, qui a attiré plusieurs dizaines de personnes n’ayant pas peur de montrer leurs talents de danseurs! À l’intérieur, le Dj Touski nous attendait pour nous faire voyager en Europe de l’est avec ses mixs bulgares, serbes et ukrainiens. Le trio de DJ’s de la Burdel Dali Crew, venus de New-York, nous ont ensuite fait danser encore et encore avec leur mélange de folklore plein de beats, pendant que le VJ IRA nous en mettait plein la vue avec ses visuels rythmés venus d’ailleurs. La Fanfare Jarry nous a refait un autre bon show avant de terminer cette magnifique soirée gypsy!
Prepping tees for representing in Montreal!
“Emir Kusturica and his band were greeted for the second time in Bogota by over a thousand people drunk with happiness on a memorable 27 of March.
What started as a tour full of cigarettes, beer, salsa dancing, traditional food, liquor and a visit to the football stadium of the city, became a performance with all the power of Eastern Europe, featuring an explosive presentation, closing with the irrepressible energy of these party animals. For two hours they shook the city with the anthems and chants all balkanistas long dream of witnessing .
“Bravo! ” Was the ovation given to the No Smoking Orchestra, and rock band Burning Gypsy Caravan, who got the audience hot and ready for the final chaos.
This concert was definitely a great achievement for the Colombian Balkan scene, an audience of music lovers and night owls that has gown over the years, infecting them with the nostalgia of gypsy music that will continue traveling the world of fiery souls.”
By Doktor Chiflamikas, Translated by Raphlex. Doctor Chiflamicas is founder of The Folka Rumba and the Balkan scene in Colombia.
Photo: Fernanda Pineda.Amplificado TV | See more photos.
Via We Are Selecters: London based young photographer Max Montgomery is living the dream of working as the first assistant to renown photographer Rankin and has worked with Mario Testino. His hard work and patience looks like its paying off… recently, during one of Rankin’s journeys, Max documented the trip and has shared his photo diary with Rankin’s Hunger magazine. Max’s images of the Eastern giant, Russia, portray the reality of this city, … from cultural benchmarks to the Japanese tourists, a wedding party and a few interesting elderly people.
Hey comrades, we’re asking you to take two clicks worth of your morning to vote for our friends from The People’s Caravan and their theme for Magneet Festival in the Netherlands. All you have to do is click this link and click once more to vote.
The founders of The People’s Caravan are currently in India spreading the news about their nomadic arts & culture project, and will be heading to Europe to do more of the same in the next couple weeks. We’ve had the pleasure of partying with them at a variety of wild events and sharing moments of music and festivity with them over the past few years, and we believe they can light a fire that will burn brightly enough for all who desire more creativity + inspiration in their lives. Right now they’re just trying to share the idea with as many people as they can, and Magneet Festival is one of their goals.
So once again, click this link and click once more to vote.
Do not ask me where I am going,
As I travel in this limitless world,
where every step I take is my home.
Via Off Track Planet
Happy International Women’s Day to all the truly international and trans-global (and beautiful) ladies of Burdel Dali, without whom we could not keep moving forward!