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From 80’s disco to future space sounds with room4space

The story of inspiration and what keep us together – music “See you again…” on repeat, a few months since I heard this track for the first time and I’m still wondering to write or not to write to these guys. I wanted so badly to have even one of them in our radio’s team… and I’ve listened to some mixes by room4space, which was my final push to write him. So I wrote him an invitation to join in.

What is happening in Turkey

This article is based on my friends’ stories, experiences from the protest actions and videos. It’s dedicated to them and their wish the whole world to see and hear what they want to tell. They fight for their rights, for their country and be sure it’s not that easy. I spent about 3 weeks in watching videos, reading articles, listening their stories and I can say it is really hard, psychologically hard to do it, and I cannot even imagine


We live in times when life means almost nothing. We are killing the nature, the animals, ourselves with no regrets. How long can we live this way? If you had to choose between saving a tree and killing an animal for using his bones for making money, what would you choose? It’s hard to say that life means nothing, but it is true. The violence between people comes through violence for expensive animal’s leather or bones. Last year over 25

How young Bulgarians try to find the balance in the Roma situation

The situation with Bulgarian Roma is really complicated. In Bulgaria live almost 400 000 Roma and most of them are not educated. Many young Bulgarians try to fix the problem and to help them to integrate into society. In Bulgaria, Roma people are most commonly referred as Tsigani (pronounced [tsiɡəni]), an exonym that some Roma resent and others embrace. The form of the endonym Roma in Bulgarian is romi. The third used exonym for the Roma people is mangali, which

Book on paper or book on screen?

When you have seen and enjoyed a film or a TV programme that has been made from a famous book, you may decide to read the book. Then what happens? You get the book and, it’s more likely, you get a shock as well! You turn ten or twenty pages, and nothing seems to happen. Where are all the lively people and exciting incidents? In the end you will probably throw the book aside and give it up. Now, why

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