Bravo for Besh O DroM!

We kick off our week in Hungary with one of our very favorite Eastern European bands — Besh O DroM.
Besh O DroM is a Budapest-based multifaceted, multi-talented 10 piece “electro-acoustic collective” that draws on traditional music from all over the world — “Transylvanian, Jewish, Afghan, Egyptian, Armenian, Bulgarian, Romanian and Greekz,” as they say on their website — to create a rambunctious blend of old and new. The band’s  comes from the Lovari language, meaning, “ride the road.” Or, with a more creative translation, “follow your path, get on with it.” This video will definitely confince you to follow the B-O-D path.