Posts Tagged: Koloah

Ukrainian Field Notes XVI

Episode XVI sees us traveling to Kremenchuk, Odesa, Kiyv and Uzhhorod via Paris, and Hamburg. Along the way, we chat to Revshark about musical projects thwarted, we talk to Ereh Saw, the man with a “thousand specialties and not a

Ukrainian Field Notes XVI

Episode XVI sees us traveling to Kremenchuk, Odesa, Kiyv and Uzhhorod via Paris, and Hamburg. Along the way, we chat to Revshark about musical projects thwarted, we talk to Ereh Saw, the man with a “thousand specialties and not a

Ukrainian Field Notes XV

We’ve broken another milestone here at Ukrainian Field Notes, with 100+ interviews to date. Once again, thanks are due to all who entrusted us with their stories. We’ve also featured a number of pets and, for episode XV, we meet

Ukrainian Field Notes XV

We’ve broken another milestone here at Ukrainian Field Notes, with 100+ interviews to date. Once again, thanks are due to all who entrusted us with their stories. We’ve also featured a number of pets and, for episode XV, we meet

Ukrainian Field Notes VI

For the current episode of Ukrainian Field Notes we get a healthy dose of drone, coldwave, electronic and experimental music courtesy of Polje, Monotronique, Dronny Darko, Monoconda, Kurs Valüt and DZ’OB, taking us on a virtual tour of Odesa, Kharkiv,

Ukrainian Field Notes VI

For the current episode of Ukrainian Field Notes we get a healthy dose of drone, coldwave, electronic and experimental music courtesy of Polje, Monotronique, Dronny Darko, Monoconda, Kurs Valüt and DZ’OB, taking us on a virtual tour of Odesa, Kharkiv,

Ukrainian Field Notes III

In response to Russian President Putin’s unprecedented and unprovoked military attack against Ukraine, the EU adopted a “comprehensive and robust package of restrictive sanctions designed to: -cripple the Kremlin’s ability to finance the war-impose clear economic and political costs on

Ukrainian Field Notes III

In response to Russian President Putin’s unprecedented and unprovoked military attack against Ukraine, the EU adopted a “comprehensive and robust package of restrictive sanctions designed to: -cripple the Kremlin’s ability to finance the war-impose clear economic and political costs on