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Do you find yourself stuck in the same channels? Unable to break out of the echo-chamber of your media consumption and worldview. Transmitter is here to cut through the noise. Lucia Scazzocchio from 'Social Broadcasts' scans the digital soundscape every other month to bring you original sounds, new voices and archive treasures from podcasts, radio, sound installations and anything that catches her ears.
 
Katharsis/Processed is a weekly journey to the polar regions of contemporary music. These unfamiliar musical frontiers are scoured for adventurous new sounds still grounded in harmony, melody and beauty. Selections range from the sublimely quiet and reverent to overwhelming aural overload, but more often than not sustain a tranquil and soothing mood appropriate for later on a Sunday evening.
 
The CBRL inspires and supports the highest quality research in the humanities and social sciences in the countries of the Levant. Through its events and outreach activities, CBRL encourages the exchange and dissemination of knowledge and ideas for the benefit of all. CBRL is a non-profit organisation. Comments and queries are welcome to: cbrldevelopment@thebritishacademy.ac.uk.
 
Subject, Object, Verb is the sonic counterpart to ArtReview magazine, one of the world’s leading publications on contemporary art. The show explores the connections between artist, art and life – or, in the show’s own lexicon: subject, object and verb. Musician, artist and writer Ross Simonini engages with artists and thinkers of all varieties, including but not limited to painters, fashion designers, filmmakers, novelists, sculptors, poets, composers, sound artists, curators, and philosophe ...
 
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening! Note - Seasons 1-5 will be returning over the next year. They have been taken down in order to be ...
 
Exploring the evolving identity of the American West. Produced by Wyoming Public Media and PRX, The Modern West takes you on a sound-rich journey into some of America's most iconic landscapes. Guided by host Melodie Edwards' personal connection to the region, it's an unflinching look at the American West--its problematic history, its modern-day struggles and resilience, and how its present and future are being shaped.
 
stopGOstop, explores the idea that sound recordings can act as sediment– as an accumulation of recorded cultural material– distributed via rss feed, and listened to on headphones. Each episode is a new sonic layer, field recordings, plunderphonics, electroacoustic, all composed together in one episode, or presented individually as striations. Produced by John Wanzel
 
Everyone sells, regardless of what your job title is, and this is your place for authentic, conversational sales and prospecting tips without the sleaze factor. Art Sobczak shares proven sales and cold calling (without the cold) tips that you’ll feel comfortable using, and that get the results you want. You’ll help people buy, instead of pushing them into being sold. Over the past 30 years Art has helped hundreds of thousands through his books, newsletters, audios, videos, online courses, pu ...
 
Art Witch podcast is where creativity, magic, and healing align for personal and collective liberation. Hosted by Brooklyn-based sound ritualist, arts educator, and tarot reader Zaneta, Art Witch aims to provide resources for the creative journey. In this podcast you’ll hear from a variety of artists, witches, healers, and experts sharing their wisdom and stories, all with the intention of helping folx make art and share their unique magic with the world. www.artwitchpodcast.com @artwitchpod ...
 
With the Pitch & Sync Studio as our base camp, we explore all things audio – uncovering the many mysteries of music, music-making and the music biz. We speak to artists, directors, composers, producers, music supervisors, foley artists, managers and mates, even scientists and researchers – anyone with insight into the many ways that music weaves its spell.
 
A podcast about stories and storytelling. Folklore, fairie tales, and strange stories. The Shadow Girls get together, tell, talk and explore all things to do with stories. New Episode once a Forth Night Website https://www.talesfromtheshadows.com Patreon https://www.patreon.com/talesfromtheshadows facebook https://www.facebook.com/talesfromtheshadows/ twitter https://twitter.com/talesshadows instagram https://www.instagram.com/talesfromtheshadows/
 
The Sound & Vision podcast from KEXP features interviews, panels, reporting and commentary that digs into the stories behind the music, with in-depth discussion of the most important issues facing music and arts communities. New episodes are published on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with bonus features throughout the week. Sound & Vision is hosted by Emily Fox and John Richards.
 
At the intersection of ideas and action, showcasing innovative insights from industry professionals around the world presented by Longitude.site fellows. Our episodes explore thought provoking stories on a series of core values that are essential in every career - ranging from creativity, motivation, and collaboration to many others.
 
The Vanguard is a Table Top RPG podcast using the Mutants and Masterminds 3rd Edition rule set. The game is a mostly lighthearted story about low tier superheroes joining an organization called the Vanguard in Major City. The game and podcast will follow their careers starting at the very bottom tier of the organization -where they go from there is up to the players. Ending Music By James, Sawlead on soundcloud Everything Else - Kevin Macleod Note: We have music and sound effects now! As a d ...
 
Brooklyn, USA is a bi-weekly podcast that blends short documentary, hyperlocal journalism, personal narratives, sound art and audiovisual experimentation to reflect the diversity and beauty of our borough. We deliver New York stories told by the people who live them, and cover issues that impact our community in its own voice. #BKUSA
 
Ally and Erin watch the CW show "Arrow" and talk about it! Ally has never seen it and it's been a while since Erin watched it during its original run. Listen to them explore the DC Universe through the eyes of Ally and the bad memory of Erin each week as we go from start to finish with season one of Arrow! Episodes 1-6 were recorded before we started our lower decks podcast and the sound is not as good. Hang in there it will get better!! If you like our podcast we would love to hear from you ...
 
Poets, dancers, and painters at war with white supremacy, COVID, criminal militias, and Milosevic? Muralists, musicians, and actors, making a difference in homeless shelters, planning departments, emergency rooms, and death row? Sound delusional? Yea, sure, but also true! And when creativity confronts destruction, and imagination faces fear, in places like Ferguson, Johannesburg, Belfast and San Quentin surprising things happen. Our stories help shape and sustain our beliefs and actions. Bil ...
 
Radio Web MACBA (RWM) is an online radio project based at MACBA Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona. A radio-beyond-radio that dwells in the folds and intersections of critical thinking, contemporary art, artistic research, activism, knowledge transfer, sound… and everything in between. We produce podcasts which can be listened to on demand, downloaded, and/or subscribed to. And we also publish essays, texts, and related documentation, on the verge of filecasting.
 
Arts House is Melbourne’s home for contemporary performance. With a year-round program of dance, theatre, music, sound, new technologies and community projects, Arts House is one of the major forces shaping Melbourne’s cultural and social landscape. We cultivate diverse new audiences for independent artists’ ambitious new work, and we build relationships at both local and international levels. This is a house where change happens. From the crisis of extinction to the rapid transformations of ...
 
How does design impact the world around you? Discover how graphic designers, UX designers, illustrators, typographers, artists, activists and other creatives empower creativity for all. Can the design of an app, a logo, a graphic, a sound effect, or an illustration make your life better? Find out with Adobe’s Khoi Vinh, one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business.
 
The Peer Pleasure Podcast strives to bring the listener into a conversation that breaks down artists and creatives to their true and basic form. What you are left with is the real human experience. It's the brainchild of Dewey Halpaus (Portugal. The Man/Anatomy of a Ghost/The Burning Room) and features your favorite musicians, comedians, actors, and authors. Dive in.
 
Produced by the award-winning team at WPFK, Echokinesis is stories and monologues, documentaries and sound collages. It is a game of sound between friends separated by geography but united by a sometimes irresponsible passion for the undiscovered, a willingness to brave the dark tunnels of your ears, and a certainty that we all need to listen more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Justin Charity and Micah Peters walk through their favorite scenes, story lines, and characters from both 'Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train' (0:40) and 'Mortal Kombat' (32:45) before discussing why both films are resonating on the big screen. For episode guides and further readings and recommendations, check out the 'Sound Only…
 
For decades, Heart’s Nancy Wilson has been connecting with audiences through her masterful guitar playing and spot-on harmony vocals. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with her about her illustrious career and her debut studio solo album. Plus, they review new records from Art d'Ecco and Marianne Faithfull. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.…
 
Before Seattle's Duff McKagan went on to become the bassist for Guns N’ Roses and before Seattle’s Mother Love Bone started influencing the city’s grunge sound, there was The Living. It was an early 80’s Seattle punk band made up of a teenage Duff McKagan on guitar, Greg Gilmore (of Mother Love Bone) on drums, Todd Fleischman on bass, and John Cont…
 
Two of the most famous chords in classical music propel us into this revolutionary, wild, and remarkable symphony. At the time, the Eroica symphony was the longest symphony ever written. At the time it was definitely the loudest symphony ever written! It delved into emotions that symphonies had studiously avoided in the past. Simply put, it changed…
 
Peter Blasser is a designer of electronic instruments and one of a kind in the world of synthesizer builders. His circuit designs catalyse philosophical concepts into whimsical analog synthesizers that have been evolving since he started his company, Ciat-Lonbarde, in Baltimore more than 15 years ago. In this podcast, Peter Blasser introduces us to…
 
Justin Charity and Micah Peters finally got a PlayStation 5! They break down the video game ‘Returnal’ and discuss the elements that help elevate the game (11:05). Then, they talk about the new Netflix show ‘Yasuke’ and how it compares to other favorites such as ‘Jujutsu Kaisen’ (32:30). For more episode guides and further readings and recommendati…
 
This week, we’re sharing work and stories from Indigenous documentarians, poets, and performers who are setting the art world and its history of cultural and historical theft on fire. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it o…
 
Amanda Dawn Christie is an artist enamored with radios and radio waves. The Assistant Professor, Studio Arts at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) joins us on the show to discuss her most recent transmission art project, Ghosts in the Airglow, in which she created work at the HAARP facility in Alaska. Christie also shares with us the backstory…
 
How do past, present, and future change when a loved one dies? Episode four is the story of Remy. It takes place in the forest, and involves the CIA, stress positions, Labor Day, the highway, and an undiscovered country.. The Story of Remy features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed, and…
 
CSCW EP 24: David O'Fallon - Power Plays Please know that this episode contains descriptions of war that include violence and psychological trauma. We endeavor to do our best to engage these hard stories with care and respect. Please also be aware that there is a lot of hope, healing and optimism contained herein. We hope you will join us whenever …
 
Self-proclaimed expert on Monster High knockoffs Jenny Nichiolson returns to discuss the Disney Channel smash hit. Lindsay makes the case for why Hades is a DILF and Kaveh recruits his eight-year-old niece as a consultant. Get a free 30 day Audible trial by visiting audible.com/SPLAIN or text SPLAIN to 500-500 Get CuriosityStream + Nebula for only …
 
London Grammar frontwoman Hannah Reid talks about how misogyny in the music industry inspired her band’s latest album, 'Californian Soil.' “I just encountered a lot of what I would call daily sexist assumptions and microaggressions,” Reid says. She also talks about nearly giving up on music, how burnout led to her developing fibromyalgia, which cau…
 
Sound byte from Michael Milona, assistant professor of philosophy at Ryerson University, Canada. Presented by Shvetali Thatte, Longitude fellow from Case Western Reserve University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. Your review will help others find u…
 
We continue the Beethoven cycle this week with his underrated 2nd symphony. Written at the height of Beethoven's despair over his increasing deafness, you might think that the symphony would be a dark and stormy one, but instead Beethoven writes one of his most relentlessly cheerful pieces. He even invented a whole new type of movement called a sch…
 
A series synopsis episode where Jaena Kim and Molly Turner share their observations from the Presence series. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. Your review will help others find us and help us grow our listenership. This podcast is a production of Lon…
 
Host Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot interview authors Jeff Chang and Davey D about their new edition of "Can't Stop Won't Stop," the essential hip hop history first published 16 years ago. Plus Jim and Greg review new albums by Dry Cleaning and Dawn Richard and hear what song got Beach Bunny inspired to pursue music as a career. Join our Facebook Group…
 
Bomethius is the "alter ego" of Jonathan Hodges, a songwriter, pianist, violinist, guitar player, and vocalist living in Dallas, Texas. This far-ranging conversation features an in-depth look at his new album Seasons of Limbo. You can find his music at: http://www.bomethius.com/By PostConsumer Reports
 
Today begins a pretty massive project for Sticky Notes - a complete Beethoven cycle over the next few weeks! We start of course with Beethoven's 1st symphony. Some people tend to think of Beethoven’s 1st as a cautious foray into the symphonic world, but I couldn’t disagree more. It is a bold, confident leap into the genre, a genre that Beethoven wo…
 
Are you interested in getting your research published in a leading peer-reviewed journal focused on the Middle East? Join us for a conversation with the editors of four prominent international journals who share their perspectives and advice on how to get your research published. Our panellists share their insights on the publishing process and pro…
 
When Tune-Yards first hit the scene with their 2009 album, 'Bird-brains,' you could hear that some songs pulled sounds, melodies and rhythms from African music traditions. Their 2018 album, ‘I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life,’ was written after frontwoman Merill Garbus took a six-month workshop on race. You can hear the effects of that work…
 
This week, we are joined by the hosts of the podcast Rice and Shine. Led by four Seattle-area teenagers, the chat-style program provides a glimpse into the lives of 9th graders beginning high school from a distance during a pandemic. Rice and Shine is an incredible time capsule of the current school year, as hosts Lauren, Sophie, Ava and Grace talk…
 
It’s been one week since former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all three charges for the killing of George Floyd. Larry Mizell Jr. was DJing live on KEXP the moment the verdict came down last Tuesday. Here’s his essay reflecting on the day, the death of George Floyd and many other Black lives, through music. Read Larry…
 
As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the stopGOstop podcast is releasing parallel projects for each episode. Episode 153 is a character study of Jerome, who is the lens that most of the story is told through. It features the sounds of traffic, riding public transportation, crickets, as well as computer-based guitars, synthe…
 
Doc welcomes Slipknot bassist, Alessandro Venturella aka Vman, to the show and they talk about Vman coming up in the UK scene with metalcore band Cry For Silence as a lead guitarist, how he ended up working as a guitar tech for bands like Sikth, Architects and Mastodon, what the process of getting the gig in Slipknot was like, how he approaches bas…
 
Short films don't get a lot of attention these days, but it is one of the best opportunities for filmmakers to experiment with new storytelling techniques. Recently, the Dolby Institute was invited to the Aspen Shortsfest, an Oscar-qualifying festival for short films, to run a workshop on sound design. Well, the submissions blew us away with their …
 
Sound byte from Ian Garrett, associate professor at York University, Canada. Presented by Sharon Zou, Longitude fellow from Boston University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. Your review will help others find us and help us grow our listenership. Th…
 
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