Education, research & resources:

Institute of Sonology – best place to study electronic music.

STEIM – the studio for electro-instrumental music – Amsterdam

Electroacoustic Music Studio (SME) of the Academy of Music in Cracow

UbuWeb – an infinite source of wisdom about contemporary arts

120 Years Of Electronic Music – a very comprehensive source of information about the early history of electronic music.


Music venues, radio stations, festivals…

Resonance FM – the best radio station in the world. No news, no ads no traffic reports – only good art and music.

Biuro Dźwięku Katowice – Katowice Sound Department – a great space for sound explorations that could take form of workshops, concerts, presentations etc.

Audio Art Festival, Krakow, one of the first festival in Poland dedicated to sound art. Run by Marek Chołoniewski

Polish Artists Play for Chopin – compilation of electronic music in tribute to Fryderyk Chopin

LOM label – Slovakian headquarters for electronic music, DIY instruments and other goodies…

Radio Tonka – alternative radio station in the Hague. It started as a pirate station over 20 years ago. Now you can listen to it legally 😉 Every 2nd Friday night, together with Amir Bolzman we host a show on Tonka named ‘Beast from the East’. Sometimes we have guests, other times we just play our favorite music.

‘Radical db’ festival – a young but promising festival of electronic music in Zaragoza, Spain.

OSOrecords – independent net label promoting only good stuff, including mine;-)

Villa K – independent cultural space in the Hague, Netherlands


DIY, hackerspaces and other geeky activities

dorkbotlondon – people doing strange things with electricity, for real geeks only

Music Hackspace London – community of people interested in alternative ways of working with sound

Casper Electronics – a great resource for any DIY musical project enthusiasts. Run by a good friend, Peter.

Bastl Instruments – a great DIY instruments and synth-making company run by passionate dudes, based in Brno, Check Republic. Ahoy!

Arduino website and the other Arduino website – doesn’t really need explanation…