On November 15, after eight years of epic gigs, local cover stars Tram 69 will bid the La Loca stage adieu. The band, of course, will carry on their infectious covers of pop and rock hits to other venus, but this will be the last time they get the crowd up and dancing at La Loca. If you haven’t been to a Tram 69 gig, or been lucky enough to see them at one of their many private performances, then you must mark your calendar for Friday, November 15, starting at a 7pm. Don’t miss your chance to properly say goodbye to one of the best music/venue collaborations in Prague. Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2563475833979930/ No related posts.Read more.

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Ian Kelosky

You can sum up Ian Kelosky’s music with one word: ambitious. From his time as singer/songwriter for seminal band Lo Dost, to producing albums for artists like Justin Lavash, Guy Bennett, Dan Reed, and Čechomor, you can’t venture into the Prague music scene without running head first into Kelosky’s work. I met with Kelosky in his private studio deep, deep down in the basement of a inconspicuous building in Nové Město. There is a bar, couches, microphones, amps, and two giant paintings of chubby naked ladies. The brain center of the whole operation is Kelosky’s work station. Two screens are lit up with editing programs and the heartbeat like display of tracks he’s currently working on. Beneath them is anRead more.