A very nice documentary film about the beauties of Romania. A long journey throughout Romania and its untouched culture, traditions, people and nature, but most of all a journey of struggling to keep everything true and pure. Enjoy this one hour story from Travel Channel and come visit! Facebook Travel Channel
Cititrax present a new release by the UK duo known as The KVB via the sublabel Cititrax. Combining shoegaze guitars, minimal synth melodies, hypnotic drum machine rhythms and reverb drenched vocals, The KVB was first formed in 2010 as the solo project of Klaus Von Barrel. He was later joined by his girlfriend Kat Day, who added synthesizers and abstract visual elements. Their sound can be described as dark, layered, complex and moody – an icy atmosphere juxtaposed by the warmth of distorted guitars.
Dark Entries is proud to present “The Thing From The Crypt,” a 16-track compilation of UK DIY/Synth/New Wave/Post-Punk originally released in 1981. Showcasing the thriving post punk sound of Watford, a town in Hertfordshire, England, located 20 minutes northwest of central London. “‘The Thing From The Crypt’ neither attempts to sell a ‘Wotford sound’ nor claims to be a comprehensive guide to the area’s best beat bands. Like all good compilations, its essence is variety: some tracks will make you come whilst other will make you vomit.” – original liner notes by Robert Dellar.
Mountains are cool, that’s a fact! I’m even more convinced now, after we followed some of the hiking paths of the Bucegi Mountains. It was hard, but even more it was beautiful, amazing, breath-taking. We had a great weather, we chose a time of the year when everything was green and flowers were blooming.
To the Zanoaga Gorges we got at the beginning of August, heading to a festival at the base of the Bucegi mountains, in Padina. Festival to which we decided not to go eventually, but relax and enjoy a weekend camping at the mountains. We put our tent in the Zanoaga camping and we stayed there for the next 2 nights.