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Vox 004 - Covid-19 and the Creative Industries BONUS INTERVIEW w/ Stuart Glen

Today’s episode features an interview from our friend and collaborator Chris Curran with Stuart Glen of Tottenham DIY club and community space The Cause. Stuart was a guest on a virtual panel we hosted back in April just as lockdown had begun entitled Covid-19 and the Creative Industries. 3 months on, as lockdown measures are starting to ease, we thought we would take some time to catch up with Stu following his first weekend re-opening The Cause, to get his thoughts on the government restrictions, the new systems that are in place, and the future of the UK music scene. {Track: Keisuke - Born}

16 minAUG 8
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Vox 004 - Covid-19 and the Creative Industries BONUS INTERVIEW w/ Stuart Glen

Vox 003 - Covid-19 And The Creative Industries

This discussion initially happened over live stream in April just as Covid-19 lockdown had been put in place, and featured a selection of fantastic creatives, pushing the boundaries of the UK music and art scene, including Robbie and Marcos - the brains behind SOS Manchester and Directors of High Hoops, Brian De Souza AKA DJ & producer Auntie Flo and director of Open Ear Music, Marina Blake - Director of Brainchild Festival, and Nina Franklin - Station Manager at Melodic Distraction radio, and together they explored the effects of the global pandemic on the music and nightlife industries. We welcomed back the wonderful Aidan O’Reilly to moderate on this one, however this was our first digital panel so apologies for the audio quality, but we hope the quality of discussion makes up for that! { Track: Special Request - Family Doggo [R&S] }

102 minAUG 7
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Vox 003 - Covid-19 And The Creative Industries

Vox 005 - Navigating Lockdown with Kincaid

We sat down with Joe Arthur, aka DJ and producer Kincaid, to explore what it’s like to be a performing artist with nowhere to perform, how he has changed his approach to and appreciation for music, and some of his thoughts on being an ally to underrepresented members of the scene he loves. Track: Third Son - Mindcloud (Kincaid Dissonance Mix)[Polymath]

53 minAUG 7
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Vox 005 - Navigating Lockdown with Kincaid

Vox 002: Mental Health in the Arts

Panel talk on mental health in the creative industry recorded to a live audience at Many Hands in Bermondsey, London on 28th February. Moderator - Rachael Williams Panelists 1. Jaye Ward - DJ 2. Rob Jones - Freelance Photographer 3. Hannah Christie-Castronari - Welfare officer at Point Blank Music School 4. Yasmine Ben-Afia - Artist Liaison at The Columbo Group 5. Mihai Bumbu - General Manager at FOLD

82 minMAY 5
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Vox 002: Mental Health in the Arts

Vox 001: Mental Health and Addiction

Panel talk on mental health in the music industry recorded to a live audience at Sheaf Street in Leeds on 24th January. Moderator - Aidan O’Reilly Panelists 1. Bruce - DJ 2. Katiusha - DJ 3. Bill Owen - Forward Leeds 4. Amy Wells - Welfare Officer Leeds University Union 5. Chris Madden - MAP Charity

100 minMAR 27
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Vox 001: Mental Health and Addiction
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Latest Episodes

Vox 004 - Covid-19 and the Creative Industries BONUS INTERVIEW w/ Stuart Glen

Today’s episode features an interview from our friend and collaborator Chris Curran with Stuart Glen of Tottenham DIY club and community space The Cause. Stuart was a guest on a virtual panel we hosted back in April just as lockdown had begun entitled Covid-19 and the Creative Industries. 3 months on, as lockdown measures are starting to ease, we thought we would take some time to catch up with Stu following his first weekend re-opening The Cause, to get his thoughts on the government restrictions, the new systems that are in place, and the future of the UK music scene. {Track: Keisuke - Born}

16 minAUG 8
Comments
Vox 004 - Covid-19 and the Creative Industries BONUS INTERVIEW w/ Stuart Glen

Vox 003 - Covid-19 And The Creative Industries

This discussion initially happened over live stream in April just as Covid-19 lockdown had been put in place, and featured a selection of fantastic creatives, pushing the boundaries of the UK music and art scene, including Robbie and Marcos - the brains behind SOS Manchester and Directors of High Hoops, Brian De Souza AKA DJ & producer Auntie Flo and director of Open Ear Music, Marina Blake - Director of Brainchild Festival, and Nina Franklin - Station Manager at Melodic Distraction radio, and together they explored the effects of the global pandemic on the music and nightlife industries. We welcomed back the wonderful Aidan O’Reilly to moderate on this one, however this was our first digital panel so apologies for the audio quality, but we hope the quality of discussion makes up for that! { Track: Special Request - Family Doggo [R&S] }

102 minAUG 7
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Vox 003 - Covid-19 And The Creative Industries

Vox 005 - Navigating Lockdown with Kincaid

We sat down with Joe Arthur, aka DJ and producer Kincaid, to explore what it’s like to be a performing artist with nowhere to perform, how he has changed his approach to and appreciation for music, and some of his thoughts on being an ally to underrepresented members of the scene he loves. Track: Third Son - Mindcloud (Kincaid Dissonance Mix)[Polymath]

53 minAUG 7
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Vox 005 - Navigating Lockdown with Kincaid

Vox 002: Mental Health in the Arts

Panel talk on mental health in the creative industry recorded to a live audience at Many Hands in Bermondsey, London on 28th February. Moderator - Rachael Williams Panelists 1. Jaye Ward - DJ 2. Rob Jones - Freelance Photographer 3. Hannah Christie-Castronari - Welfare officer at Point Blank Music School 4. Yasmine Ben-Afia - Artist Liaison at The Columbo Group 5. Mihai Bumbu - General Manager at FOLD

82 minMAY 5
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Vox 002: Mental Health in the Arts

Vox 001: Mental Health and Addiction

Panel talk on mental health in the music industry recorded to a live audience at Sheaf Street in Leeds on 24th January. Moderator - Aidan O’Reilly Panelists 1. Bruce - DJ 2. Katiusha - DJ 3. Bill Owen - Forward Leeds 4. Amy Wells - Welfare Officer Leeds University Union 5. Chris Madden - MAP Charity

100 minMAR 27
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Vox 001: Mental Health and Addiction
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