Plastik Funk returns on Armada Deep with his newest blissed-out house masterpiece, "Got No Love." The German maestro teamed up with Sagan for the bouncy, funky track, which features standout piano riffs and vocals that you'll know by heart in no time. This weekend you can see and listen to Plastic Funk in Kyiv.
The biking infrastructure in Odesa still has a long way to go in order to reach the standards that have been already established in Lviv or Kyiv, for example. However, renting a bike in Odesa in summer can still be a good idea if you want to discover city’s more remote attractions.
Whatever the season, it’s always raining for this man lonely standing in the heart of Kyiv. New wave street art has reached Ukraine recently and now it’s not only spectacular murals on the walls of post-soviet buildings, but an intriguing sculpture art on Ukraine’s capital streets.
Summer dresses are without a doubt the easiest way to perfect your seasonal style. They don’t just keep you cool, they’re also very easy to wear. You don’t need to worry about coordinating complicated outfits, just throw it on, add a pair of sandals and a cute bag, and you’re good to go. Luckily, Ukrainian fashion brands came up with what looks like an endless list of options for stylish summer frocks.
BlaBlaCar is a trusted community marketplace that connects drivers with empty seats with co-travellers looking for a ride. Eventually, this popular service was launched in Ukraine also, making travelling easier!
Dr. Christoph Späti, Deputy Head of Mission and Counsellor at the Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine and Moldova, has been living in Kyiv for a couple of years already with his wife Tamar and their three children. Tamar and Christoph surprised me by telling me that it was their preferred choice to come to live to Ukraine. Why did they make such a decision and are they still happy living in the biggest country of Eastern Europe where political, economic and social changes are taking place?
After Eurovision Grand Final show the audience was simply awed by the interval act of the Ukrainian electronic band ONUKA. Many Ukrainians in their social media accounts wondered why ONUKA wasn’t the one to represent Ukraine in Eurovision 2017, while numerous international Eurovision fans said that all the contestants were great, but the live gig by ONUKA simply blew their minds.