Dirty Disco - Electronic Music Podcast

Dirty Disco is a Electronic Music Podcast for DJ's & Music lovers. Every week i curate the latest and forthcoming releases in electronic dance music. A weekly selection of the finest recently released music. Always carefully selected, mixed and hosted by me Kono Vidovic. Next to new releases, i handle free downloads, interesting stories from the music scene and a touch of happiness and personal growth coaching. More on www.dirtydiscoradio.com Next to our website we also have our radio-show listed as a podcast feed on the iTunes Store. We are available on Mixcloud, Spotify and the TuneIn app. So get there and subscribe to our feed and never miss out on an episode again. If you are interested in doing a feature on one of your tracks or when you are running a label and you are interested in a label spotlight or music promo, just let us know.



episode 349: Electronic Music Mix 348 | #STFH | Social Distancing | Flatten The Curve | Happiness Therapy

Normally i don’t talk about politics, economics or world problems in my weekly music shows. The main reason is because i want to give my listeners a moment of peace, a place where they can come to and listen to and get inspired by new music. To feel safe and where they can relax. But because i have a voice that i can use i feel obligated to address the virus in my podcasts, whether you like it or not.

It’s real, you better start acting like it.

Stay the fuck home.

There it is, i have said it. For a long time i have been thinking, should i talk about the virus and the problems or should i just bring music and positivity but nothing else.

Like any other human being i felt an urge, the urge to motivate people, like i always try to do with being positive and living in harmony and a good health. To keep doing what we love and to keep our heads up to stay positive minded we really need to start practicing social distancing.

Stay the fuck home may come in as something harsh, but when i look outside and or talk to other people there are so many people not getting the point of social distancing. There is even an actual #Staythefuckhome movement to stop the Covid-19, Coronavirus pandemic. They have a bunch of tips on their website, go check it out and remember that is to stimulate a positive way to fight Corona.

Many people think that this half-way lockdown is a sort of holiday until further notice. Well it’ isn’t! Stay the fuck home!Kono Vidovic

Social distancing.

Last week it was the first time i addressed social distancing in my podcast and blog here. At that point is wasn’t so bad, but last week we had a bit of better weather. As temperatures are slowly rising and the sun comes out to shine people are going outside and gather in parks, on beaches.

Many people think that this half-way lockdown is a sort of holiday until further notice. Well it’ isn’t! Stay the fuck home! So far at the current time of writing we are not officially locked down like in France where you can’t go out without permission. Here that isn’t the case yet. But it will be when we all go outside and start celebrating spring. Don’t do that! Please stay the fuck home!

Flatten the curve.

Staying the fuck home, doesn’t mean you can’t really go anywhere. So far you still can, be responsible and keep a minimum of 1,5 meters distance from other people. Don’t go to gatherings or places where there are a lot of people. This is all needed to flatten the curve. Social distancing is not about you. It’s not about you who thinks he or she won’t get sick.

It’s about the speed of the virus spreading that we need to slow down so that everybody can get the help they need in hospitals when they need to. Otherwise people end up dying at home.

Social distancing is not about you.

Please, stay the fuck home.

There is nobody to blame in this situation. Only yourself if you do not follow the advice of your governments. I repeat STAY THE FUCK HOME!

I really wish it would be different this time. I wish i could just talk about music and all the great releases that are in this weeks music podcast.


 2020-03-23  1h58m