7 episodes

What you hear is what you see.

575 is a pop-up podcast featuring audio haiku. Our definition of audio haiku is constantly evolving, but, for now it means a short-form audio piece composed of three “lines” of audio. This is inspired by the three-line form of traditional Haiku. Like its literary counterpart, an audio haiku also aims to capture moments of vivid observation, and to do so by relating only the most essential.

575 is produced by Brendan Francis Newnam and the Reverend John DeLore. 575 Volume 1 was produced at the Hearsay Audio Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 4th through April 8th. 2019.

Stay tuned for more. Contact us at fivesevenfivepod@gmail.com

575 575 - Audio Haiku

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What you hear is what you see.

575 is a pop-up podcast featuring audio haiku. Our definition of audio haiku is constantly evolving, but, for now it means a short-form audio piece composed of three “lines” of audio. This is inspired by the three-line form of traditional Haiku. Like its literary counterpart, an audio haiku also aims to capture moments of vivid observation, and to do so by relating only the most essential.

575 is produced by Brendan Francis Newnam and the Reverend John DeLore. 575 Volume 1 was produced at the Hearsay Audio Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 4th through April 8th. 2019.

Stay tuned for more. Contact us at fivesevenfivepod@gmail.com

    A Leath Ina Thaibhreamh (Half of it a Dream)

    A Leath Ina Thaibhreamh (Half of it a Dream)

    A song for our sweethearts, a parting glass, and a river we hear in our dreams.

    575 is a pop-up podcast bringing you audio haiku. Volume 1 is being produced twice daily at the Hearsay Sound Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 2019. 

    • 7 min
    Tobar Beannaithe (Holy Well)

    Tobar Beannaithe (Holy Well)

    A church bell at daybreak, a draught of healing waters, and a historian who wants to leave the past behind.

    575 is a pop-up podcast bringing you audio haiku. Volume 1 is being produced twice daily at the Hearsay Sound Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 2019. 

    • 4 min
    Cró na gCearc (Hen House)

    Cró na gCearc (Hen House)

    A thief in the night, the jig is on, and hard times come again no more.

    575 is a pop-up podcast bringing you audio haiku. Volume 1 is being produced twice daily at the Hearsay Sound Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 2019. 

    • 4 min
    Úlla Rácáilte (Stolen Apples)

    Úlla Rácáilte (Stolen Apples)

    A stranger on Main Street, a chant for stolen apples, and the butcher who got a little too close to his craft.

    575 is a pop-up podcast bringing you audio haiku. Volume 1 is being produced twice daily at the Hearsay Sound Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 2019. 

    • 5 min
    Grian an Tráthnóna (Evening Sun)

    Grian an Tráthnóna (Evening Sun)

    A voice in the forest, a lament for Staker Wallis, and the crows of Kilfinane sing the sun to sleep.

    575 is a pop-up podcast bringing you audio haiku. Volume 1 is being produced twice daily at the Hearsay Sound Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 2019. 

    • 6 min
    Lá Aonaigh (Fair Day)

    Lá Aonaigh (Fair Day)

    Day breaks, a native son reminisces, and Grandad Richard poses an existential question.

    Welcome to 575, a pop-up podcast bringing you audio haiku. Volume 1 is being produced twice daily at the Hearsay Sound Arts Festival in Kilfinane, Ireland, April 2019. 

    • 4 min

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