This week on feeder #12

  • by Vlad

This week on feeder #12

Happy Monday, everybody!

The English version of a feeder insider interview with a Romanian street artist, two EP reviews, a fresh feeder sound coming from Germany and other interesting articles will make your week better. Here’s what to expect:

feeder insider w/ Irlo [en]

The English version of the feeder insider interview with Irlo, one of the most important figures in the graffiti and street art community in Romania, will go online this week.

 

 

EP Review: Pascal Benjamin – First Law of Motion

Norse Projekt returns with it’s 5th release courtesy of Pascal Benjamin who delivers 2 original tracks heavily based around his unique sound, Raster has been remixed by Einzig who delivers his Romanian feel to the groove.

 

EP Review: Cntrl / Matt Star – Split EP

Matt Star and CNTRL provide 3 stripped back bass heavy tracks in the latest release on Leftback Records.

 

23 old buildings with new purposes

The cities in Romania are transforming right beneath your eyes and old buildings can have surprising new purposes. Discover 23 of the most interesting projects in the following days.

 

feeder sound 121 mixed by Glasersfeld

This week’s sound comes with a German flavour and if you want to get an early listen, subscribe to the feeder newsletter.

Rone / Abstract Puzzle @ Kube Musette

The exhibition takes place between 27 March and 10 April at Kube Musette gallery, at Victoriei Avenue, 114.

 

The feeder newsletter is coming tomorrow

If you want to know what you will find on feeder.ro the following days (feeder insider, sound, been there liked that, exciting lists) and want to discover the best events for the following week, you should check your inbox tomorrow. Subscribe here.

Pictăm pereți w/ Irlo @ Lente

This Saturday, Irlo‘s colours will take over the old house on Dionisie Lupu street as he will reanimate the Lente home.

Words by Vlad Dumitrescu

 

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