Magda Wrzeszcz

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When I was 5 my best friend’s brother was in a heavy metal band and that’s when I fell in love with Guns N’ Roses. We sang ‘Don’t Cry’ at our school’s Mini Playback Show when we were 7. We didn’t win. When I was 9 my first original cassette that my Mum bought me for good grades in maths was Red Hot Chilli Peppers ‘Blood Sugar Sex Magic’. I did have a girly silly music period in my life but I made up for it soon afterwards. I studied Film and Media Studies and became hooked on deconstructing and analysing movies, which lead me to become a movie critic for a major movie magazine in Poland. But my love for music and discovery of post rock somehow took the long awaited lead. Since I arrived in London I’ve been living from one gig to another. One day, through the magic of last.fm,  a band called Rumour Cubes invited to listen to them and they eventually lead me to discover Echoes and Dust, a community I’m proud to call family every since. 

Eventually my passion for photography has taken over and I’m currently Echoes and Dust’s Photo Editor.

You can find me on most social media. Feel free to drop by my website and follow my music-heavy Instagram. You will also most likely bump into me at various independent gigs and festivals – I’m usually the one at the front, with the camera. Come and say hi!

Articles by Magda Wrzeszcz

James McArthur and The Head Gardeners

James McArthur and The Head Gardeners A caravan at a secret Bankside location, London, 10.02.2017 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

Shovels & Rope, Matthew Logan Vasquez

Shovels & Rope, Matthew Logan Vasquez Islington Assembly Hall, London, 6.02.2017 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

Clutch, Valient Thorr, Lionize

Clutch, Valient Thorr, Lionize The Roundhouse, London, 15.12.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

An Acoustic Evening with David Gray

A Solo Acoustic Evening with David Gray The Cadogan Hall, London, 13.12.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

The Damned, Penetration

The Damned, Penetration O2 Academy Brixton, London, 26.11.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

65daysofstatic & Thought Forms

65daysofstatic & Thought Forms Islington Assembly Hall, London, 14.11.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

ArcTanGent Festival 2016: Friday highlights

ArcTanGent Festival 2016: Friday highlights ArcTanGent Festival 2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz and Ed Sprake

ArcTangent Interview: Caspian

Caspian absolutely slayed at ArcTangent, despite a technical hicup that saw the stage lose all power just as they were about to let rip, and were widely regarded as one of the standout moments of this year’s festival. Literally 10 minutes before heading off to play they were kind enough to sit down with us for a chat. By Dan Salter

Live Review: Roger Goula industry showcase – Servant Jazz Quarters, London

Magda Wrzeszcz saw Roger Goula play at the Cognitive Shift Recordings label launch, which was held in collaboration with Chaos Theory. “Roger Goula instantly became one of my artists to watch and it seems he’s destined for greatness and I wouldn’t be surprised if his name was soon mentioned next to contemporary classical giants like Nils Frahm or Olafur Arnalds.”

In Photos: Roger Goula

Roger Goula Cognitive Shift Recordings industry showcase, Servant Jazz Quarters, 28.07.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

In Photos: Fun House – The Cosmic Dead, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Bad Guys, Luminous Bodies, Lower Slaughter

The Cosmic Dead, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Bad Guys, Luminous Bodies, Lower Slaughter Baba Yaga’s Hut’s Fun House: The Cosmic Dead, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Bad Guys, Luminous Bodies, Lower Slaughter, Electrowerkz, London, 15.07.20 …

dunk!festival Saturday: Russian Circles, Arms and Sleepers, Yndi Halda, Collapse Under The Empire, Syndrome, I Am Waiting For You Last Summer, Thank U For Smoking, Nordic Giants, Kokomo, Wyatt E, UpCDownC, Herbstlaub, Flies Are Spies From Hell

dunk!festival Saturday: Russian Circles, Arms and Sleepers, Yndi Halda, Collapse Under The Empire, Syndrome, I Am Waiting For You Last Summer, Thank U For Smoking, Kokomo, Nordic Giants, Wyatt E, UpCDownC, Herbstlaub, Flies Are Spies From Hell dunk!fes …

dunk!festival Friday: This Will Destroy You, CHVE, Pelican, IIVII, My Sleeping Karma, Her Name Is Calla, Kokomo, Eleanora, Baikonur, Monnik, Sounds Like The End Of The World, Illuminine

dunk!festival Friday: This Will Destroy You, Syndrome, Pelican, IIVII, My Sleeping Karma, Her Name Is Calla, Kokomo, Eleanora, Baikonur, Monnik, Sounds Like The End Of The World, Illuminine dunk!festival 2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

dunk!festival Thursday: 65daysofstatic, Nils Gröndahl, Tides From Nebula, Inwolves, Obscure Sphinx, Environments, Spoiwo, Slowrun, Fall Of Messiah

dunk!festival Thursday: 65daysofstatic, Nils Gröndahl, Tides From Nebula, Inwolves, Obscure Sphinx, Environments, Spoiwo, Slowrun, Fall Of Messiah dunk!festival 2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

Festival Preview: Dunk! 2016

Magda gives us a look some of the goodness to come at this year’s Dunk! Festival.

Live Review: Maybeshewill – Last Ever Show – Koko, London. 15th April 2016

“My throat is sore from shouting love” – Magda Wrzeszcz gives an intensely personal report back from Maybeshewill’s emotional farewell show at Koko in London last week.

In Photos: Maybeshewill with You Slut!

Maybeshewill with You Slut! Koko, London, 15.04.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

Converge: Blood Moon

Converge: Blood Moon with Crippled Black Phoenix, Grime, The Body, Full Of Hell Electric Brixton, London, 13.04.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

In Photos: MADAM., Kat May, RobinPlaysChords

MADAM., Kat May, RobinPlaysChords Chaos Theory presents Whispers & Hurricanes at Sebright Arms, London, 26.03.2016 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz

Live: Chelsea Wolfe

We emerged from Islington Assembly Hall into the bitter cold feeling thoroughly bleak and rattled, which is exactly how it should be. By Dylan Schink

From My Parent(s): Magda Wrzeszcz

“The biggest influence on my music taste – and my life in general for that matter – was, is and always will be my Mum.” In this week’s edition of our From My Parents series, Magda Wrzeszcz writes about how her mum has shaped her musical taste.

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