Now that’s something to eagerly expect!
Friday, October 4th
Diesel welcomed Spring with a jazz party and a live performance by Thomais Apergi, under the creative direction of the highly sophisticated Michael Pandos. In case you didn’t know, Diesel owns a vintage collection of furniture from the 60s and 70s to-make-you-go-red, that were transfered on location especially for the presentation.
The fingerfood by Wagamama was ordered in the hues of the Diesel Summer 2013 collection (how eccentric to match the clothes with what one eats) and as for the drinks the best cocktail on planet earth was served: French 76 was the name of a heavenly made champagne-and-vodka mix, the favorite cocktail that Kate Moss enjoys at The Hemingway bar of Ritz Hotel in Paris -and the one that she later chose for her wedding party. I had three and I’d almost crawl on the floor of the Golden Hall. Loved it.
3/4 oz vodka
1 dash grenadine syrup
1 dash sugar syrup
1/4 oz lemon juice
4 oz Champagne
Shake all ingredients (except champagne) well over ice cubes in a shaker. Strain into a champagne flute, fill with champagne, and serve.
The ultimate denim brands, Lee & Wrangler, celebrated their first shop up north at The Mall Athens with a small gathering for just a few and an unplugged live session with Nalyssa Green, who by the way, is the sweetest singer I’ve met. A rather fresh and conceptual invitation, that, as they promised, it will be repeated in the future with more live performances in the Denimland.
First two and last two photos by Ioanna Chatziandreou
Cinematheque sessions premiered last night for the new season at Bios curated by Vasilis Konstantoudakis of Orila.net. The first guests were Ku, Cassettine and Nanotekt , producing a very special audiovisual artwork. stay tuned for more exquisite Cinematheque nights as we have much to expect.
the project became a documentary directed by Christos Barbas, and premiered yesterday at the 17th International Film Festival!
some screenshots from last night plus the movie trailer
“Cinematheque” is the name of the new project that started on the 1st floor of Bios and it’s all about the acquaintance and interaction of greek experimental musicians with the athenian audience. this saturday Cinematheque room opens at 21.00 to welcome Tasos Stamou and Georgios Karamanolakis in an unexpected audiovisual set.
this is a song coming straight from Aggelos FH, who played once again great musing last night after the Baby Guru live at 6d.o.g.s, which was a blast since Baby Guru is one of the most prominent and musically aware greek bands currently in Greece. great drums, coolest bass and amazing keybords, these boys are hot
Saturday night was a loooong night that started from the “Tripradio & deBop” party at The Hub Events and finished late in the morning with Mayaan Nidam spinning some vinyls at the fifth “Deep Inside” party at 6d.o.g.s. Sunday wasn’t enough for recharge, i feel it now.
flight36-B, Knobs & MrCantfind
great guys behind great parties
Kerkville is a project of musician Michael Moschoutis. By using basically the guitar (acoustic, electric, lap steel, pedal steel) kirkville produces harmonic soundscapes that vary between ambient and post-rock. In October 2010 his first album “Days” was released by Triple Bath.
about A Thousand beautiful women: “To abandon all our familiar forms and dive into the abstract isn’t as easy as it may sound.
We need new everything to conflict our memories and childhood images and all of our inner messages.
Then it shall be loud and clear as if it were whispered in the most silent night song, close to the ear that could be pined on ones brain.”
the performance will take place at Knot Gallery