"This ain't Rock'n'Roll ● This is Genocide"

I'm having so much fun with the poisonous people
Spreading rumors and lies and stories they made up
Some make you sing and some make you scream
One makes you wish that you'd never been seen
● "If you want it, boys, get it here, thing
'Cause hope, boys, is a cheap thing, cheap thing" ●

One of my favourite David Bowie albums 'Diamond Dogs' inspired by George Orwell's '1984' came out 42 years ago. I truly consider it a masterpiece. ❤️⚡️ #rocktheatre #halloweenjack

Sweet Thing / Candidate / Sweet Thing (reprise)



When I live my dream, I'll take you with me.

If you don't know the man who taught David Bowie and Kate Bush how to express themselves through their body and who's been taught by Marcel Marceau the art of mime, then I suggest you follow the link to a great interview. His name is Lindsay Kemp



Hello everyone, it's truly been a while since you last heard of me through this blog. It felt like I needed to put my artistic essence aside and I was working for other artists through management positions. Things have changed for one more time so, I switched places again. I am finishing a small tour in Greece and getting ready to hit London again. Will try to catch up with you all. Kiss kiss, Methi Blonde



His real name was Daniel Théron. His music career was brief and he recorded under the names Melmoth and Dashiell Hedayat (a tribute to Dashiell Hammett, an American author of hard-boiled detective novels and short stories, a screenplay writer, and political activist, and Sadegh Hedayat, an Iranian writer, translator and intellectual). Daniel was also an author and he used the "Dashiel Hedayat" pseudonym for his first books, before taking on the name Jack-Alain Léger in 1974. His best seller was "Monsignore". He also used the names Eve Saint-Roch and Paul Smaïl.

"Long Song for Zelda" is a painful track about love from his album "Obsolete" in 1971. He had "Gong" to back him for this album, his second and last one.

He was French. He was born 5 June 1947 and died 17 July 2013.


d'AMORE : More than being in love. Made of love.

Methi Blonde introduces her new project "d'AMORE", which declares the love she has for music.

A brand new clubnight is added in the city's nightlife by four friends who live and work in contemporary Athens in order to show their love for anything that can be called "retro".

A love for the innocence of the 60s, the eroticism of the 70s and the excitement of the 80s, but also the aesthetics of these decades, from which they get inspired to set up the scenery for a crazy theme party on once in a month basis.

The basic music orientation goes to disco, psychedelic funk and the countless soundtrack of the era.

Methi Blonde, Bête Noire, Sasa Drama Queen and JoePe Retrosexual Culture will tell you a story full of romance and nostalgia, fun, music, dancing and lots of love!

This story is captured by George Xesternos and his funky camera.

d'AMORE invites you #toKnowUsBetter

Let's meet at our first party on Friday, October 24th at ViBE (Skouze 3, Agias Eirinis sq.) shortly after 22:00!
If we already know each other, let's get to know us better and give you a taste of what is to come this year's season.
Make sure you wear something comfortable and don't forget your bright smile!

Methi Blonde

Bête Noire

Sasa Drama Queen

JoePe Retrosexual Culture



Methi Blonde is currently working as a booking manager for "Vibe Bar" in downtown Athens. She is still a jockey seeking out disco gems and rhythm shakes, but she can also help you get on the decks and do the same. So feel free to get in contact and send any demos or stuff you need to share with some people out there. If you have love for something, the best thing is to share it. Send an email message to the following address : methiblonde@yahoo.com



An extremely seductive collection of some erotic gems from 70's adult cinema for your pleasure only. Funky grooves, basslines, horns and drum fierceness will get you to the point of.. getting off.