What Happened to the Little Blind Crow, the second album by Hungarian personal trainer Dávid Makó, took four years to see the light of day. During this time, Dávid evolved from meagre beginnings, from recording CD-Rs at home to selling out vinyl editions, from gigs between terrible tribute bands to international tours with bands such as Crippled Black Phoenix, into a sincere and respected artist. In šiška, he’ll weave Transylvanian folk tales through his doom and stoner roots, baring his soul in the process.
Summer in Šiška is a series of free evening concerts, helping you chase away the summer boredom. If the weather cooperates, we’ll cool off with a refreshing drink on the summer terrace of Café Kino Šiška, and if it looks to be raining, we’ll listen to good tunes curled up on the couches in our lobby. Welcome to your Summer in Šiška!
Organisation: Café Kino Šiška and Kino Šiška.
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