This week on feeder #10
Capitol Cinema / Summer Theatre history and future 1913 – 2020
Situated downtown Bucharest, the ensemble of historical monuments CAPITOL Cinema (LMI B-II-m-B-18683) and CAPITOL Summer Theatre (LMI B-II-m-B-19202) occupies the plot of land between 36 Elisabeta Bd. and 13 C-tin Mille St. Find out the fascinating story behind one of the oldest cinemas & summer gardens in Bucharest.
OPEN CALL: Winner announced this week!
The feeder community has voted for its favorite and after the Lente & feeder crews will give their vote, this week you will find out who will reanimate the old house on Dionisie Lupu on 15 April.
EP Review: Ryan Crosson – What State I’m In
We’ll take a closer look at Ryan Crosson‘s latest release on the brand new label Monologue.
Vid – OTK001
Vid‘s tracks are already a familiar sound being played constantly at parties all over the place and his latest release on Otaku is no different.
feeder insider w/ Saddo & Pren
The English version of the feeder insider interview with the Romanian street artists is on its way. Meanwhile, you can see how they reanimated a wall at Lente not long ago.
feeder sound 119 mixed by Greenhouse
Greenhouse is a young talented DJ emerging from the Bucharest underground scene. Subscribe to the feeder newsletter to get a secret link to the mix tomorrow.
Pictăm pereți #5 w/ Pisica Pătrată @ Lente
41 old and current cinemas in Bucharest
Prepare to explore the world of cinema in the Romanian capital.
The feeder newsletter is coming Tuesday and Friday
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Been there, liked that: Gram Bistro
Gram Bistro is a bar and restaurant in Bucharest where people can gather and talk for hours and there is a nice feeling of intimacy. Stay tuned for more details this week.
Words by Vlad Dumitrescu