Apostolis lives in Volos, although he travels a lot. By day, he is an events promoter and tour manager, but he can also be found participating in almost every cultural event in his city. He studied law and then attended a course in journalism, taking this forward into creating fanzines, writing books and booking concerts via his own label (World’s Appreciated Kitsch, est. 2006). He also pushes the boundaries, touring the world with his own band, My Turn, that consumes his ‘free’ time. Since his early adult years, Apostolis is a key figure in the Volos (and Greek in general) underground music scene.
Using opportunities such as the START Fellowship Program (Germany, 2018), he is strengthening his abilities and gaining further knowledge in the field of sociocultural management. Thus, he is building his project MICS FOR ALL in Greece, creating a tolerant and inclusive space where events and workshops (varying from hip hop to punk rock) can take place and tearing down the wall between the artists and the spectators. His aim is to empower participation and create opportunities for people to perform and play music.