Natalie Tusia Beridze
is the best known electronica export from Georgia and a member of the art lab Goslab in Tiflis. She got her breakthrough at the beginning of the last decade on Thomas Brinkman's label Max Ernst – blending laptop minimalism with vocals and piano, Russian classical music and Georgian folk to a surprising extend.
Any song by Joe Cocker and ABBA.
It would be an almost endless list. since I tend to fall in love with every record which has at least one second of good music in it.
Performed by Kronos quartet and Pat Metheny.
Probably the songs I wrote for them...
One of Massimo's tracks.
I was born and raised in Tbilisi. What I love about it is a phantom of the childhood and a connection to those who were around me in the period of time and some of them, who are still there. While being there today, I realize that most of the things from the past are gone without return. It represents a ghost, a bundle of irreplacable recollections.
The Bank of Georgia building in Sololaki and the Ministry of Transport, on the right bank.
The whole week is basically the same, hence I work at home and hence not much is happening. Weekends are probably better, cos there are less people in the streets and one can take a stroll.
Strictly Georgian cuisine. Delicious and deadly!
My family house, where I was born and raised. I left when I was 23.
Be a billionaire.
I kissed the last time in the airport while boarding.
«Giorgobis tve» by Otar Ioseliani
Considering that there are practically no parks, I’d say that Tbilisi botanical garden is my favorite «park». It’s really very beautiful.
I couldn't name less then at least five.
How the city sounds in the evening of the late spring.
Corner Abakelia - Zubalashvili