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Summer in the Museum – The Evening of YU Vinyl

Museum of Yugoslavia invites you to the Evening of YU Vinyl, which ends this year’s program of the Summer in the Museum. The program will be held on Saturday, August 24, at 7 p.m. on the Museum plateau, the entrance is free. The Evening of YU Vinyl will be a groovy party where the vinyls will be rotated by Belgrade DJ Miloš Radoš, aka DJ F.U.N.K.cioner, together with the stars of the region, the band Tetkine radosti, which will arrive from Slovenia.

Miloš Radoš, aka DJ F.U.N.K.cioner, is Belgrade-based collector of black sound and organic groove in the physical condition of vinyl. He started spinning music all around the city in order to make funky breaks and grooves often heard from speakers. As an avid digger of gems from the ex YU funk/soul/jazz opus, for the Evening of YU vinyl he will prepare a special selection based on the Yugoslav sound.

DJ Woo D and DJ Borja Borka from the band Tetkine radosti are obsessive record collectors and DJs who search flea markets and second-hand record shops, looking for forgotten, but valuable musical pieces of local history. Filtering old vinyl releases, they create unique mixes and kits that write new chapters in the history of Yugoslav pop music without changing the existing genre canons.

For all lovers and collectors of vinyl, Paralel – Belgrade Festival of Subculture has prepared an LP stock so that visitors could look and buy forgotten Yugoslav LPs. Multimedia artist, Incredible Bob, will ensure a spectacular ambience. Zaokret, Cabinet Brewery and Cafe 16, which will sell lemonade for the Shelter, will prepare refreshment. This will be an opportunity for the audience to buy a new issue of the magazine Liceulice.

  • Day: 24.08-24.08.2019
  • Time: 19:00

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