Black Rhino Talks w/Florin Oslobanu about Control Club

May 09, 2018
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Control Club is one of the leading clubs in Romanian live music and dancefloor scene. Based in Bucharest, Romania, Control made its first steps in the industry ten years ago. When you look back you see a venue which knew how to respond to a specific need of the audience and to develop new ways to attract the public. In ten years Control changed its location and music direction, but kept the passion for promoting new artists and music that is out of the ordinary.

The forth episode of our talk series with people involved in the music industry is focusing on the activity of Control Club. Our discussion with the co-owner and artistic director of the club, Florin Oslobanu, is gravitating around subjects such as club's artistic direction, its vision about live & dancefloor music and marketing strategies.

Enjoy this nice talk and learn more about Bucharest music scene.

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