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Having emerged from the early scene, Flekitza is one of the Kosovo's finest techno exports. With broadcasting, journalism, promoting under her belt, she is a curator for her label and continues to improve and build her name, becoming one of the most recognizable female djs in techno realm.


Already known for skills behind the decks, armed with massive tracks, dark beats, deep atmosphere, she is fast becoming one of techno’s most notable artists. With a desire to spot and promote techno, she works on Naked Lunch Booking Agency, which provides worldwide known techno mavericks. Now she is running the prestigious label "TMM Records" together with her partner Vegim.



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My daily adventures of listening to techno, cycling and making an effort to eat food that heals:

CLUB MAG | 05/09/2021 22:56

Green light for UNUM Festival 2021

The news of the Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, that within 24 hours, there was not a single hospitalized case of covid19 infection, marks the holding of the second edition of the UNUM festival 🤩 🥳
CLUB MAG | 05/07/2021 15:29

Techno rave held at Chillnobyl

Over the years, raves have been held in some unusual and unique locations, but we must agree that there is no more unique location than the Chernobyl zone.
CLUB MAG | 04/24/2021 22:00

The first disco/club in the Balkan was opened 54 years ago in Belgrade

During the pandemic, when there are no discos, clubs, festivals, nightlife and dance until the early morning hours, I write about first discothèque on Blakan - "Kod Laza Secera", home of Serbian Minister Jevrem Grujic, a building designed by famous Belgrade architect Milan Kapetnovic the first to be protected by the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Belgrade.
CLUB MAG | 04/28/2021 14:29

Techno club The Fuse in Belgium has turned into a museum

The cult Belgian techno club in Brussels, "The Fuse" takes over the role of a museum with a dance floor during the corona era 😎 While it was just a club, it hosted 800 clubbers in one night, and now it can accommodate a maximum of 60 visitors per hour 🧐