Tijana Todorovic

Bturn TV: Mount Kimbie interview

Mount Kimbie live at Dimensions, Croatia 2012 / Photo: Dan Medhurst

After performing at Dimensions Festival in Croatia, the British ‘post-dubstep’ duo talks about their live act and the burden of following up a critically acclaimed debut album Dimensions Festival in

Bturn TV: Cassy interview at Dimensions Festival

Cassy Dimensions 2

The Panoramabar resident speaks about leaving Berlin to live the life of a nomad before settling down in her hometown Vienna We’ve caught Cassy, the only female DJ playing Croatia’s

Bturn TV: Mala (Digital Mystikz) at Dimensions Festival

Mala playing at Mungos Arena, Dimensions Festival (Croatia) / Photo: Dan Medhurst

In an exclusive video interview, the DMZ boss tells us why dubstep is not a genre but a movement, what you can learn from working with kids and how he

Interview: Jonathan Scratchley, Dimensions festival

Dimensions beach party

The man behind both Dimensions and Outlook festivals explains how the summer scene exploded in Croatia, what’s the connection with the local creative production and how well excited he is

The Mallet (1977) by Aleksandar Ilic, not your typical food documentary

The Mallet (Aleksandar Ilic 1977) still image

Ex-Yugoslavia continues to be a source of endless inspiration. Looking at it from this perspective, this funky socialist country has left a cultural heritage glutted with rare jewels: every now

Interview: Marc Houle

Marc Houle by Yonathan Baraki 4

The techno maestro Marc Houle, ex-member of the legendary Minus collective, joins Tijana T in an online chat to talk about his weird Eastern European experiences, past life as a

Whore’s Glory: Interview with Michael Glawogger

whore's glory

One of the most exciting documentary filmmakers today speaks about his creative process when dealing with delicate human issues in a world one rarely has access to The city of

The original hipsters: a piece of Yugoslav streetwear history

Croatian hipsters

The real hipsters started their journey in ex Yugoslavia. Welcome to 1985 Split, Croatia, the cradle of the hottest legs in the Balkans If you happen to know at least

Interview: Repetitor, not like in the news

Repetitor playing Secret Lounge, Pristina (Kosovo). Photo by Luka Knezevic Strika

Serbia’s most exciting rock band takes a trip to the holy land. Playing three gigs in Kosovo, Repetitor bridge the gap between the two countries, at least for a moment,