Everything is alright today, a week starts on Wednesday! 🙂My dear ones, I owe you an apology for being a little late with this week’s playlist, although I have a really good reason for it – behind me is “once in a lifetime” musical experience, and I had to fully devote myself to it. After 10 days spent in Finland and my first visit to WOMEX (World Music Expo), nothing will ever be the same 🙂Joking aside, it was an unbelievable experience – I had the opportunity to attend the presentation by Ben Mendelson, first director of WOMEX and one of the people responsible for the creation of “world music” definition; to meet the Kanta dAb dAb band from Nepal and during some breaks to watch the recordings of their performances and get familiar with the festival they organize in Kathmandu; to attend a mentorship 1-on-1 session and talk with a woman who is leading very successful booking agency “Van Denn” in USA for 20 years and works with many influential music supervisors; listen to dozens of amazing bands, among others a Korean reggae band NST & The Soul Sause (which is on this new playlist)…

After all these things, one can conclude only one thing – the music is without a doubt the most universal language of them all, and no matter what part of the world it comes from, we all can understand it. In front of you is one incredible playlist, so I can’t wait for you to listen to it 🙂

P.S. I dedicate today’s playlist to my SuCarMus crew because they made the past days unforgettable and reminded me once more that I am on the right path and that with a good team you can make wonders 🙂

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NEWS: From now on, all the playlists and introductory texts will be available in English too, so if you have some friends who are not speaking Serbian, and you think they would like the MS playlists, feel free to share them the link 🙂

RECOMMENDATION: There is the Film Music Festival happening this week, from October 30th to November 3rd in Art Cinema Kolarac, within the Kolarac Foundation building. There are two feature films every evening, with the addition of a few short movies occasionally. As in past festivals, there is a unique selection of both drama and documentary features – a movie about last days of Chet Baker, one about controversial segments of Michael Jackson’s life, a historic documentary about “Rolling Stone” magazine, a movie about beginnings of the famous Liverpool’s Cavern Club and many more features. I warmly recommend you this festival during these cold October days 🙂