- 9:00 am - Sat, Feb 1, 2014
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eastaste & Kinopravda is making the ultimate Eastern European MUSIC road movie.
Are you post-communist? Want to get your band in it? Tell us your story! http://eastaste.net/eastaste-road-movie/
Wan to know more? You think you can help us in any ways? get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
- 9:06 am - Fri, Dec 20, 2013
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Amidst the end-of-the-year list making craze, we also piled up our most memorable and successful new tracks from our catalogue. We found tons of exciting tracks this year too from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, the Baltics or even Montenegro. This mix represents some of the best talents (by far not all…), known/unknown bands, hot producers and even hotter singers. To our friends and clients, thanks for all your support, and to the beautiful creators thanks for all this amazing music.
Happy holidays and enjoy!
- 8:44 am - Fri, Oct 18, 2013
The exclusive film celebrates the launch of Harper’s Bazaars - Bazaar Art and features the prominent Seattle-based artist Dale Chihuly and Sang Yup Lee - Head of Exterior Design at Bentley Motors
The track “Blanik” that we provided is from the brilliant Indigo Tree from Poland.
check out their portfolio: http://eastaste.net/portfolio/indigo-tree/
- 5:59 am - Sun, Oct 6, 2013
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The sonic map of Budapest’s ruin pub quarter, featured on Recorder.hu. Read more in English here. Hover over the map to see more!
Once Jewish quarter now nightlife hot spot, the centre of Budapest’s 7th district has raised some eyebrows this summer. It’s more than just a landmark area with hoards of drunks consuming premium wheat beer. It’s a densely packed startup scene of blooming characteristic enterprises such as cafes, restaurants, pubs and - wait for it - the signature ruin bars in the backyards of abandoned houses. Eastaste had set to map out the sonic branding strategies of the Ruin Pub Quarter.
- 12:07 pm - Thu, Jul 25, 2013
We interviewed our amazing multi-talented, Bristol-based artist, Katapulto recently. It turns out that not only does he produce the quirkiest music at Eastaste (that we admire deeply), but he also shares our obsession with cult filmmakers like Jodorowsky!
Check out the q&a at our blog: http://eastaste.net/2013/07/25/katapulto/