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Everyone tells stories about themselves in their head.

I sometimes write them, some other times I tell it to others and as of late, I discuss them in real time on a podcast. These stories make us what we are. We build ourselves out of that.
July 31, 2022
The Lofi Radio App : a nost...

A project that lived rent-free in my head for almost 2 ye...

September 1, 2021
uDiscoverMusic : Pueblo Vis...

A production-focused chat with one of the preeminent lo-f...

March 7, 2021
Rolling Stone : Chillhop mu...

Lo-fi’s slow, smooth beats aren’t just for studying and w...

April 22, 2019
A beautiful day in Bolzano

I have been to Bolzano (Bozen) several times in my 7 year...

January 26, 2019
The magical lake of Piburg

The Piburgersee (or lake Piburg in English) is one of my ...

January 19, 2019
The majestic city of Innsbruck

The city of Innsbruck has been my home for 7 years alread...

January 11, 2019
Snow in beautiful Bergeralm...

The magnificent alpine view, bright sunshine and freshly ...

July 17, 2018
Kassandra to Sithonia with ...

Myself and a bunch of my best friends, sailed a boat from...

August 29, 2015
The majestic blue lagoon at...

The hike to Sulzenauhütte includes a waterfall, a mountai...

Back in 2011 I left my home country Greece and pursued my luck abroad. The journey through made me realize a lot of things about myself; I kinda found me.

There was a solution for all of my problems and even though I didn’t like it all the time, I went along with it. It was only a matter of time. Like with everything in life (and death).

Going places always made me think. Especially when it involves a long drive with the car. Seeing the landscape change and driving through cities and towns is very intriguing.

How old are these places? What kind of people live there? What would it be to grow up here? What-ifs that will remain unanswered.

In recent years, the story-telling evolved and I began using other mediums too. Music for once and a podcast; quite nichey but there’s a lot of stories told in those bi-weekly 2 hours.

These posts here are stories that transcend time and hopefully can broaden someone’s horizon as much as they did mine.