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Slovak National Remix

Published May, 2011
by Easterndaze

The Slovak artist Martina Slovaková, a student at the Bratislava-based Academy of Fine Arts and Design, has dealt with the national conscioussness and identity in her work for some time (and not only because of her surname – Slovak:) Her latest project, her BA graduation work, entitled Slovak National Remix touches upon the controversial patriotism bill courtesy of the Slovak National Party, which required all schools to play the national athem. Slováková´s project creates an alternative sound bank with various versions of the Slovak anthem, which were created by several Slovak producers (Teapot, Foolk, The Uniques, Isobutane, stroon, Kasioboy). The remixes were played at midnight during a week on Radio FM, a Slovak public radio (public radio and TV in Slovakia have the duty to play the anthem at midnight each day).

You can listen and download the remixes here.

<a href=“” _mce_href=“”>Slovenský národný remix by EXITAB LABEL</a>