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Mixed band Proximity Mine premieres at leading rock club
March 29, 2018   West Balkans

On March 15, mixed Mitrovica Rock School band Proximity Mine promoted their new music video Set Me Free at Rockuzinë, a leading rock club in Pristina. It was a step forward for everyone because it was the first gig in Kosovo where a mixed band performed publicly outside a Rock School event, and for the band members, it was a great reason to see each other more often and practice together.

Proximity Mine rehearsing for the gig

Film maker Marion Eisenmann recording a rehearsal for a film about the alternative and indie music scene in Kosovo

The gig was organized to promote their new song video which was recorded, edited and produced in Vienna in September 2017 by HATCHED-MV. At the beginning of the gig, Kastriot, the owner of Rockuzinë, showed the audience the song video of Set Me Free and then the band performed it live for the audience.

SET ME FREE – click to play

Proximity played nine original songs which will be soon recorded for their first album, and some covers of different famous rock artists. The Rock School took care about the transport of the band members and also organized a mini-bus for their friends from Mitrovica (from both sides) to give them the chance to support the band.

At the end of the night everyone was happy and jumping for joy. Proximity Mine struck again with a great performance.

The stage

Singer Ilda pre-gig

The gig