We’re certainly living in ‘dangerous’ times when Armenian Micheal Jackson ‘doubles’ perform in a Kiev-based burger restaurant chain.
However, Burger Club—a homegrown version of MacDonalds—with branches in shopping malls and entertainment complexes across Ukraine wants to bring some ‘Thriller’ vibes to its beef-hungry clientele.
Gago Jackson, the Armenian Micheal Jackson double has already made quite a career in Russian impersonating the ‘King of Pop’. He won Russia’s ‘Minuta Slava’ award, and has played some of Moscow’s top clubs. While in Kiev, the organizers also plan gigs in Indigo, and other top nightclubs. Meanwhile, if you’re an early adopter, and think kitsch is cool, check out his innaugral gig at Burger Club in Kiev this Thursday, March 28 .
Cult French writer/ DJ Frederic Biegbeder is back in the Ukraine this weekend, spinning at Kharkiv’s progressive Radmir club this Saturday, November 3rd. (more...)
Scissor Sisters, the edgy New York electroclash act, whose name comes from a lesbian sexual position (more...)
Kiev's skylicious club celebrated the Russian new year in style this year with French DJs, Francophile carnival shows (more...)
Kiev’s international film festival, Molodist, kicks off this weekend to Poland’s first 3D film, Warsaw Battle 1920, about the Warsaw uprising. (more...)
Cool and hip phenomena eventually get co-opted by the big iconic brands, which throw oodles of cash at the upstarts and rebrand themselves as trendsetters in the process. (more...)
Stan Kolev, Miami’s progressive house guru will be spinning for the first time in Ukraine, as part of his worldwide tour, AWAKENING. (more...)
Looking to resurrect her career after some ‘hairy’ behavior, the Princess of Pop is heading East this fall to promote her new album, Femme Fatale. Kiev’s appetite for big pop acts is insatiable in recent years, with Sting, Elton John, Jamiroquai, and others rocking to packed audiences.