Music from AudioTong (http://www.audiotong.net/) and it’s sister – MATHka label.
Polish cultural news and events in London and Poland. Interview with Piotr Sikora – curator of ‘They don’t know why, but they keep doing it’ exhibition.
Last episode of Polish Deli dedicated to the European Culture COngress, which took place in Wroclaw in September 2011. This time we can listen to conversation with Krzysztof Topolskim, a.k.a. Arszyn, an audio artist presenting Vancuver Soundscape at Sound Cinema. Based on this interview a little audio experiment occurs next. Finally we can listen to extracts of ‘Symfonia II’ by Piotr Czerny and get updated with current Polish cultural events.
These episodes of Polish Deli are dedicated to quite an extraordinary event that took place in Wroclaw in September 2011.
With names such as Krzysztof Penderecki, Jonny Greenwood, Aphex Twin, Brian Eno etc. it was bound to be a success…
But apart from big names, there was a lot of interesting and almost underground stuff going on.
Kacper Ziemianin takes us for a journey to this event, with recordings, interviews and sound files from different events of the congress.
Focusing mainly on music and sound art side of the congress we can listen to Krzysztof Penderecki in concert with Jonny Greenwood and Aphex Twin, ‘Sound Cinema’ project and ‘Sound Education and Social Change’.
Big thanks to Institute of Polish Culture in London for organizing this trip!
To find out more about the congress go to: http://www.culturecongress.eu/en/
This time on Polish Deli we can listen to an interview with Zgas, one of the finest beatboxers from Poland. He collaborated with a lot of artists and performed all over Europe, he has won a number of beatbox battles and awards.
We talk about beatboxing scene, the beginnings and plans of Zgas.
Also we can listen to what sounds he is able to produce using only his mouth.
More on http://zgas.pl/