Posts tagged with «Czech Underground Music»

Five Minutes With BeatFoot

BeatFoot – known in real life as Lukáš Ivančín – is one of a group of exceptional electronic producers carrying the torch for underground Czech music. We’re delighted to welcome him as our next ‘Five Minutes With’ interview victim. Read on to discover what inspires him to make music, the records he would take with […]

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BeatFoot – Blind Walker

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BeatFoot – Blind Walker Rarely does a piece of music unexpectedly fall out of the sky and fit your mood so completely that you’re compelled to press repeat over and over until the sounds have entrapped you like mist. Blind Walker belongs in this select group. Beatfoot is one of our favourite Slovak musicians and […]

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Five Minutes With Clara Bailar

  Winter is coming? Not yet it’s not, but Autumn is looming so edition three of our ‘Five minutes with’ series features an artist whose music perfectly captures the melancholy of the end of summer. Meet Clara Bailar. How would you describe the music that you make in one sentence? I think it’s a totally […]

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Five Minutes With Andels

In the second of our ‘Five minutes with’ interview series, Czech producer Andels is subjected to the famous Praguebeats interrogation process. How would you describe the music that you make in one sentence? Every song has its own story. What are your three biggest non-musical influences? Universe, nature and imagination. You can take five records […]

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Five Minutes With Roman Empire

In the first of our ‘Five minutes with’ series. One of our favourite Czech musicians, Roman Empire, answers some of our slightly deranged questions. How would you describe the music that you make in one sentence? My music is an expression of my observation of the world using electronic devices, acoustic instruments, vocals and self-made […]

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