Buddha takes to the airwaves

THE VINYL plates served up by the Buddha Bar DJs are now available for home delivery.
DJs Kinet and Magálova present, in the latter's words, "The music we like... jazz-flavoured dance tunes; call it nu jazz, call it soulful music," every Sunday from 20:00 to 22:00 on Rock FM.

THE VINYL plates served up by the Buddha Bar DJs are now available for home delivery.

DJs Kinet and Magálova present, in the latter's words, "The music we like... jazz-flavoured dance tunes; call it nu jazz, call it soulful music," every Sunday from 20:00 to 22:00 on Rock FM. Expect new records, classic favourites, label profiles, and live mixes.

Though the bar cannot be called the seat of a musical empire, said Magálova, the show is called Radio Buddha Bar in a nod to the "point where the scene started, and where DJs, musicians, and producers meet".

Visit www.rockfmradio.sk to find the frequency in your region.

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