Shares is an award-winning music & culture hub based in Greece that comes with a global accent. It’s also a monthly radio show.

A few words from the creator Niki S.

Hi mates! I started this music blog back in 2008 with some daily posts to express my passion for music and arts, and it evolved with the years into a genre full concept.

My main idea is that #giveitaspin will constantly support the local and global scene of humane creativity in any way possible. Friendly contributors are also involved/invited to write and present their ideas or opinions. It remains a one-person journey on the blog most of the time which is a lot of hard work I suppose. Making a digital record label to support incoming promo is the next step and a dream I want to pursuit. If you know your way around the biz and would like to help send me a message 🙂

I’m a passionate music writer, radio producer, and freestyle Dj since the post-00s, feeling my way around music and loving the cultural escapades. Feel free to connect with me via Linkedin and read about my professional profile when I’m not blogging or working in the mass media world.

Keep spinning.

Love. xoxo

#giveitaspin is a motto to share (music love). The logo design was made by John Trifonopoulos aka Greek electronic artist Esoteric Sob.

In the past 3 years, giveitaspin has streamed more than 50.000 promo submissions!

giveitaspin / The Radio Show

It’s the name of Niki’s radio show for the past years, currently airing monthly on Paranoise Radio. The show has been hosted on FM and internet radio stations since 2010. Check out more in the Podcasts tab on the main website menu or listen to a special tribute below. Each show goes live on Mixcloud (or is supposed to!).

Use the hashtag #giveitaspin and share the daily vibes. “give it a spin” means to try out new things! Be adventurous!

Why giveitaspin?


Giveitaspin loves true music relationships with independent artists and small labels, supporting all kinds of events/festivals and having fresh music on the radio show constantly. You’ll find some articles in Greek under the GR edition, other than that it’s all in English to connect with people from all over the world.