A few years ago I sold all my stuff to explore the world, creating 12 startups in 12 months and building $1M+/y in companies as an indie maker such as Nomad List and Remote OK. I'm also a big pusher of remote work and try to analyze the effects it will have on society. Follow me on Twitter or see my list of posts. My first book MAKE is out now.

Essendle interview on my music and my YouTube show

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YouTube personality blog Essendle has done a feature and interview on me, my music and my music shows.

“The channel started to grow at a rapid pace and Panda managed to get most of the biggest artists in drum and bass to feature on his channel. That format continued until just recently, where Panda decided to expand to other genres than just drum and bass. The expansion started with a dubstep channel in 2010 and then electro house and moombahton in 2011. This year he is opening up a future garage, reggae and (hopefully) a minimal techno channel. Panda was inspired to create an electronic music empire on Youtube by the British radio station BBC, which is pretty much an institution for dance music worldwide. He learnt a lot from what they were doing with dance music and applied it to his channels.”

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