9 episodes

Music Tasmania Podcast is a collection of stories of people and place, and their connections to sound and music. The Podcast covers stories and discusses topics from Punk to First Nations, to recording the Moon, and all of the interesting people and places in between. The podcast is produced by people active in the music industry in Tasmania. The Music Tasmania Podcast is supported by The Australia Council for the Arts, and Arts Tasmania.

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Music Tasmania Podcast is a collection of stories of people and place, and their connections to sound and music. The Podcast covers stories and discusses topics from Punk to First Nations, to recording the Moon, and all of the interesting people and places in between. The podcast is produced by people active in the music industry in Tasmania. The Music Tasmania Podcast is supported by The Australia Council for the Arts, and Arts Tasmania.

    In Conversation 02 - Miah Aplin, Esther Outram, & Katy Raucher

    In Conversation 02 - Miah Aplin, Esther Outram, & Katy Raucher

    Miah Aplin, Esther Outram, Clarence Jazz Festival 2022 Scholars, and mentor Katy Raucher, discuss the value of scholarship programs such as the Clarence Jazz Festival Scholarship, and the value of mentors to young emerging talent. This episode was hosted by Helen Shields, and recorded live during the Clarence Jazz Festival at the Rosny Barn in February 2022.

    • 11 min
    In Conversation 02 - Michelle Nicolle & Louise Denson

    In Conversation 02 - Michelle Nicolle & Louise Denson

    In this episode Michelle Nicolle and Louise Denson, highly respected Jazz musicians who have been playing on the international stage for many years, discuss how the Jazz scene enables women to have longer musical careers than in other musical genres. The pair also discuss the value and process of collaboration and the joy of playing with others. This episode was hosted by Helen Shields, and recorded live during the Clarence Jazz Festival at the Rosny Barn in February 2022.

    • 30 min
    Stephanie Eslake speaks with Matthew Boden

    Stephanie Eslake speaks with Matthew Boden

    In this episode Stephanie Eslake editor of cut common speaks to Jazz musician, educator and music producer Matthew Boden. Stephanie asks Matthew about his perspectives on music‘s infatuation with excellence, and the positive and negative impact this has on the industry. They also discuss making music education applicable, and adaptive to provide context and opportunities in a fast moving industry, and discuss how through education students can experience real life industry situations. Matthew also talks about his ongoing career working as a professional Music producer scoring for the screen and working with orchestras around the world.

    • 28 min
    Sisters Akousmatica - Some electromagnetic activities in lutruwita/Tasmania

    Sisters Akousmatica - Some electromagnetic activities in lutruwita/Tasmania

    In this episode, we hear from the Sisters Akousmatica. Their expanded radio projects explore radical transmission possibilities through voice, radio receivers and transmitters, amplified mineral samples, re-kindled transistor parts, pulsar, wind, waves, and words. Recently they drove their Broom Broom vehicle of transmission at Junction Festival in various public spaces, where audiences could draw on the car and take control of hyperlocal airwaves. They also have a Borderadio artwork presented at the group exhibition Shaping the Aether at the espace multimedia Gantner in France curated by Pali Meursault.

    • 32 min
    Stephanie Eslake speaks with Hannah May

    Stephanie Eslake speaks with Hannah May

    In this episode Stephanie Eslake, arts journalist, and founding editor of national music magazine Cut Common talks with Hobart based singer songwriter and vocal tutor Hannah May. Hannah talks about her own career as a musician and teacher, and how she uses music to address mental health in her own life and in the lives of her students.

    • 32 min
    In Conversation 01 - Julia Fredersdorff, Claire Johnston, and Sam Dowson

    In Conversation 01 - Julia Fredersdorff, Claire Johnston, and Sam Dowson

    n this episode Julia Fredersdorff, Claire Johnston, and Sam Dowson discuss the positives and negatives of record labels. Speaking from their own personal experiences the three discuss how record labels are curators of music, and documenters of culture. They discuss the aesthetics of vinyl and the joy of playing records, and reflect on how record labels can also work against the artist. This conversation was facilitated by Ursula Woods, and recorded at our In Conversation event at the Rosny Barn in August 2021. We would like to thank Clarence Council Arts and Events for their support. Enjoy.

    The Music Tasmania Podcast is supported by The Australia Council for the Arts, and Arts Tasmania.

    • 27 min

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