Style: Interview Portrait
Digital Phlow Podcast | Two weeks ago I met Patryk Galuszka for an interview about netaudio and netlabelism. Patryk Galuszka is a researcher who works for the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and the Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz. To find out more about Patryk visit his blog and click the flag for a short English version. Or listen to our podcast and get to know some interesting facts about his research! Last not least: If you are a netlabel owner and would like to make an interview with Patryk, than contact him and read on!
About my research project: survey and interviews with representatives of netaudio scene. Aim: to learn more about netlabels, write scientific articles, promote the scene.
I am also looking for people from netlabels to conduct interviews with them (using Skype). If you have some time in December or January-February next year, let me know: patrykgaluszka [at] gmail.com (of course remove all the spaces and substitute [at] with @). The interview would last about 35-40 minutes. I guarantee anonymity (if you want). Thanks in advance!
And here some favorite tracks from Patryk
- From Jahtari.org 8 bit music: Dubmood - Atari-Ska L'Atakk (especially track 05 VodSka-Dance)
- From Afterbeat.org dub: Dino - Mystical Warrior EP (any track, for example 1 Zion Dub)
- From AudioTong Chinese experimental music: BAI+IAN - anti-sound (any track, let's say 4. The City As I Found It)
- From ProbablyWorse Polish post-rock: Folder - Inside (check out track 1 The Bad Parts)
- From WM Recordings German (Cologne) acoustic/alternative folk: Meanwhileproject.ltd - Today is Sunday (let's say track 02. All in one)
About the Author
This article was written on 10.December 2008 by Moritz »mo.« Sauer. Moritz »mo.« Sauer is the founder of Phlow-Magazine.com and a true music lover. As a participant and journalist of the free music movement he joined several Netaudio parties in Europe including Netaudio Nürnberg, Netaudio Barcelona, Netaudio London or Netaudio Bern. Read more articles written by Moritz »mo.« Sauer.