Neil is the owner and label manager of too many fireworks; curator of the IndieTalks events; DJ and presenter of the If You’re Feeling Sinister radio show; and he plays music in the Frozen North, Heads Down Thumbs Up, and as a solo artist. Neil loves Fender guitars, indie-pop and post-rock, Scottish fiction, and collecting vinyl.
phone: 0048 795 137 795
Asia likes to make a mess with paint, paper, glue and ink. This may (or may not) transform itself into a poster, a Christmas card, or a piece of artwork to be displayed on the fridge, the most noble of display surfaces. When not designing posters, she makes money from telling travellers from far-away lands tales of times gone by.
Monika has been involved in organizing different events since her time at university. Those events connected with music, were the most exciting. She had a chance to be a part of a music festival in Silesia – Tauron Nowa Muzyka and then OFF Festival. Currently, she’s living in Warsaw and exploring Warsaw’s music scene.
Kasia is a graphic designer, illustrator and art director for the „Glissando” magazine, who believes that good design can make the world a better place. Her portfolio includes projects for Grand Theatre in Poznań, and National Audiovisual Institute. She likes books, the rain and sings sad songs when no one is listening.
Agnieszka is a classically trained musician and improviser, with a desire to break up standards and search for new influences. She is the founder of Dźwiękownia, a centre of development for musicians, that aims to help musicians achieve their professional goals. She is currently working on her solo material as Mrs Babel.
Piotr Radio works with Radio Aktywne despite his name and shares his time as a music animator, utopia maker, stage announcer, that guy with the beard, and a good networking guy. When you’re at a concert, he’s probably there too. Turn around. Can you see the beard? Have a chat. Swap ideas. Drink craft beer.
Julita has always been surrounded by music. The music at home wasn’t enough so she began discovering much, much more. Sooner than later, Julita realised introducing others to this music was just as fun as listening to it. Everyone has their addiction and Julita’s? It’s concerts. Oh and dancing. Watch her go!
Ola is a linguist by day and a music fanatic at all other times. For a little while she DJ-ed in some of Warsaw’s now defunct clubs and sang in a lo-fi band that played a whopping two gigs outside the bedroom. She now presents If You’re Feeling Sinister on Radio Kampus. Ola loves nonsense poetry, Finnish fairy tales and her bike.
Monika has always been surrounded by music in her life and is a self-confessed gig-addict, so much so, she decided she wanted to organise and promote shows. Monika has attended hundreds of concerts in different parts of the world and has attended lectures by experienced promoter, Liam Devine.