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Composer Q&A: Krisztina Dányi aka morningdeer

Posted on July 19, 2012 by eastaste

1. Can you describe your journey to music-making? This story has a lot of boring details. It started when I was eleven and haven’t finished yet. 2. Can you describe your creative process of making music in the various types of projects that you have done /own work, theatre, film, etc/? I listen to the[...]

Composer Q&A: Mark Linczenyi

Posted on July 19, 2012 by eastaste

1. Can you describe your journey to music-making? I started my music career as a member of the children choir of the Hungarian State Opera House when I was 9 years old. Besides I started to learn playing the piano and singing of course. I studied classical music for fifteen years then I changed to[...]

Composer Q&A: Mark Linczenyi

Posted on July 19, 2012 by eastaste

1. Can you describe your journey to music-making? I started my music career as a member of the children choir of the Hungarian State Opera House when I was 9 years old. Besides I started to learn playing the piano and singing of course. I studied classical music for fifteen years then I changed to[...]

Composer Q&A: Csaba Kalotas

Posted on July 17, 2012 by eastaste

1. Can you describe your journey to music-making? When I was 3, i found my mother’s eggslicer, and couldn’t stop playing with the strings for days. From then on, all I wanted to do is creating music. 2. Can you describe your creative process of making music in the various types of projects that you[...]

Composer Q&A: Csaba Kalotas

Posted on July 17, 2012 by eastaste

1. Can you describe your journey to music-making? When I was 3, i found my mother’s eggslicer, and couldn’t stop playing with the strings for days. From then on, all I wanted to do is creating music. 2. Can you describe your creative process of making music in the various types of projects that you[...]

Why did we start Eastaste?

Posted on July 2, 2012 by eastaste

A quick interview with Renato Horvath, one of the founders of Eastaste. Can you tell us about your background? My first major passion was film-making. I started working with production companies in London but then moved back to Hungary to work on foreign films there. Later I got involved with all kinds of cultural events,[...]

Why did we start Eastaste?

Posted on July 2, 2012 by eastaste

A quick interview with Renato Horvath, one of the founders of Eastaste. Can you tell us about your background? My first major passion was film-making. I started working with production companies in London but then moved back to Hungary to work on foreign films there. Later I got involved with all kinds of cultural events,[...]

Interview with Creative Director Lukasz Brzozowski.

Posted on June 13, 2012 by eastaste

Eastaste: What do you do and how did you get there? Lukasz Brzozowski: I’m a Creative Director at Jung von Matt in Stuttgart. I got into advertising through an internship at Leo Burnett in Frankfurt which lead me to the Miami Ad School program. I studied in Miami, San Francisco, Amsterdam and New York. ET: How[...]

Interview with Creative Director Lukasz Brzozowski.

Posted on April 8, 2012 by eastaste

Eastaste: What do you do and how did you get there? Lukasz Brzozowski: I’m a Creative Director at Jung von Matt in Stuttgart. I got into advertising through an internship at Leo Burnett in Frankfurt which lead me to the Miami Ad School program. I studied in Miami, San Francisco, Amsterdam and New York. ET: How[...]

Posted on March 22, 2012 by eastaste

here’s our first job. Top Gear used one of our beloved Volkova Sisters track for their Saab story in S18E05. This is also a first post. Let it begin! (Source: http://vimeo.com/)

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