Jakub Krawczynski holds a bachelor's degree in English studies, having graduated from Holycross University in Kielce. His thesis was about punk and post-punk, their characteristics and origins and their impact on music alone and culture as a whole. It was a multi-faceted work which was related to a whole variety of different aspects of life, music and the surrounding culture. It tried to erase stereotypes and prove how close and interchangeable to each other arts were; to prove that punk wasn't born in just one day, and how big paradigm shift it was, influencing not only music itself in countless ways, but everyday life too. He is currently undertaking post-graduate master's degree studies at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. He used to work as a teacher of English as a second language in both primary and high school alike. He was responsible for co-editing and co-translating a Polish version of Piero Scaruffi's book "A History of Rock Music: 1951-2000". His interests include: cultural transgression (in every medium), researching history of music and congruence of arts, cognitive science, transcendentalism, psychology, linguistics, philosophy, computer science, and sports. He wants to become a professional journalist.
He is a contributor to the music section.