Lately, since I feel a bit of nostalgy of Greece, I listen to this radio station quite often:
Radio Diesi 101.3 FM
So far I know, they broadcast from Athens and they play both Greek and international music.
One song that I discovered thanks to this radio station and that I really like, is the following:
According to their profile in Facebook, Los Mujeros “is a swing-balkan collectiva formed in the attic by students in 2007. Strongly influenced by the traditional multicultural sound of northern Balkan areas everything started as a teenage dream to create fundamentally handmade music ‘’synchronized’’ to the standards of the 21st century.”
As I mentioned before, I lived for 9 months in Athens, Greece.
I used to take the bus number 10 to go to work, which gave me around 20 minutes to listen to music while watching the city, the traffic, the people.
I used to listen to Greek radio stations and at the time, they used to play this song quite a bit:
And this (which I believe is a bit old):
Long time has passed by since last time I updated this blog.
If I recall well, last time I wrote something here I was in Spain. After that, I moved to Athens, Greece, and from there (unfortunately, I would say) I moved to Prague. All due to work.
In Athens I only spent 9 months but now I can see that for some reason, it has had a great impact on my life.
I will come back to my Athens and Greece’s memories in future posts.
Now I will say goodnight with this album by Greek composer Manos Hatzidakis.
Enjoy it and kalinixta!