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Athens-based DJ duo Lilis Brothers

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By Monika Christodoulou in New Music on Thursday 29 March 2012

I was completely blown away when I first experienced the Lilis Brothers DJ set. Exploding grooves and equalizers mixed with pop sounds. Boom! They recently started running a record label, Just Gazing Records. You should check out Sillyboy’s album, Played, off it.

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Creative video concepts by Watergun

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By Monika Christodoulou in New Film on Thursday 29 March 2012

I met one of the Watergunners a few weeks ago. This is an incredible creative team consisting of four members – cinematographers and graphic designers – who come from Spain and London and create the most simple but also rare thing these days: amazing videos.

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Six D.O.G.S: the hottest artistic space in Athens

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By Monika Christodoulou in Cool Travel on Wednesday 28 March 2012

Hear it here: Six D.O.G.S is (unofficially) the hottest artistic place in Athens. Not only because of the live gigs, workshops, theatrical acts, cafe and DJ sets best experienced by tasting yummy cocktails. But mostly for the great back garden. It’s a unique relaxing place surrounded and decorated by beach sand, small hills, handmade furniture, […]

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Dynamic world music by Maraveyas Ilegal

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By Monika Christodoulou in New Music on Wednesday 28 March 2012

I’m a huge fan of the singer/songwriter, Maraveyas Ilegal. His songs, his movement, the dancing and interactivity with the audience put him on top of my world music performers list.

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St. Vincent: Your Lips Are Red (live)

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By Monika Christodoulou in New Music on Wednesday 28 March 2012

Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent) is an amazing one-two punch of multi-instrumentalist and singer. Her concerts, filled with distortion sounds, charming riffs, keyboards, broken rhythms and airy vocals, generally close with the song Your Lips Are Red during which she falls into the arms of the audience while holding her guitar. I was lucky enough […]

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