The Playlist of George Velinov



19 July 2018 text Kristina Yordanova photo Lazy Visuals
"I'm doing music to save myself". After these words the frontman of the band Krekhaus takes a deep breath and starts writing his own story in to a playlist form in which we are traveling from The Beatles to Bob Dylan with an offset to a violin.


The blues funk road of the band starts in 2014, when right nexт to George, Yavor Nedev starts standing with his guitar and later Yavor Milchev walks in with his bass and Matey Hristoskov with his drums. These four are dropping their first EP Odd One Out, but before we hear it in Maymunarnika on 21 of July, we are warming ourselves up with a song from it - On The Hidden Tracks and 9 more from the hidden discography of George.

The song you sang to
The Beatles - When I'm Sixty-Four


The song that is a reflection to your inner I
Sibelius - Violin Concerto


The song which describes your way of living
The Doors - Five to One



The song where it all started with Krekhaus
Arctic Monkeys - Crying Lightning



The song that means love to you
Madrugada - Salt



That song you'll never take down from your playlist
Cypress Hill - Funk Freakers



The song that makes you angry
Krekhaus - On the Hidden Tracks



The song that last impressed you
Bob Dylan - It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)



The song you feel as an old friend
Sarah Vaughan - Misty



You can hear George and his band Krekhaus playing their first EP in Maymunarnika, 26 of july, 19:00, 10BGN

 

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