24 Min.

LEARNING TO LISTEN #2 | French ADKDW [•rec]

    • Gesellschaft und Kultur

with CHIMURENGA (NTONE EDJABE)
moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

Ntone Edjabe is a DJ, curator, and journalist. In 2002 he founded the cultural platform Chimurenga, which includes the magazine The Chronic, the online Chimurenga Library, the Pan African Market in Cape Town, and the radio project Pan African Space Station. In his sound collages, Edjabe interrogates the audible as well as our understanding of music and audio consumption and the conditions governing it.
Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

Language: English | French
Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

Featuring solos by FRANCO LUAMBO MAKIADI, PEPE FELLY MANUAKU,
BANSIMBA BAROZA, DIBLO DIBALA, DALLY KIMOKO, FLAMME KAPAYA, SARAH SOLO, JAPONAIS MALADI, KIMBANGU SOLO
Commentary: RAY LEMA
Production and Audio Design Learning to Listen: KENO MESCHER

with CHIMURENGA (NTONE EDJABE)
moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

Ntone Edjabe is a DJ, curator, and journalist. In 2002 he founded the cultural platform Chimurenga, which includes the magazine The Chronic, the online Chimurenga Library, the Pan African Market in Cape Town, and the radio project Pan African Space Station. In his sound collages, Edjabe interrogates the audible as well as our understanding of music and audio consumption and the conditions governing it.
Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

Language: English | French
Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

Featuring solos by FRANCO LUAMBO MAKIADI, PEPE FELLY MANUAKU,
BANSIMBA BAROZA, DIBLO DIBALA, DALLY KIMOKO, FLAMME KAPAYA, SARAH SOLO, JAPONAIS MALADI, KIMBANGU SOLO
Commentary: RAY LEMA
Production and Audio Design Learning to Listen: KENO MESCHER

24 Min.

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