• The architect behind Studio Stekker

    Geurt Kersjes, otherwise known as Dutch producer Pitto, describes how he created one of Europe’s most in-demand collaborative production spaces. Dreamed up by Dutch producer Pitto in Utrecht back in 2013, Studio Stekker set out to actively encourage artists to experiment and develop, by…

  • Designing Immersive Sound Environments

    Composer and sound designer Manolis Manousakis designed the immersive sound environment for the VR360 short film “On The Way To Colonus”. The film, created by Loukia Alavanou represents Greece in the Greek Pavilion at the Venice Biennale…

  • Soundscaping with Nicolas Constantin Romanacci

    From Bach to Buchla: Soundscapes of radical clarity and complexity Multi-media artist Nicolas Constantin Romanacci melds together the worlds of audio-visual composition with contemporary and experimental classical in forward-thinking pieces that are far beyond many more prevalent approaches. Speaking to the German musician, we found out more…

  • KEXP

    Cheryl Waters, Jamie Alls and Kevin Suggs from the Seattle broadcaster speak candidly about recording The Polyphonic Spree in a closet, getting recognized in Mexico City and the power of saying “yes”. Pete Armitage caught a precious few minutes with the team as they took a breather from their busy…

  • The unlikely story of Migration Studios

    We caught up with Migration Studios co-founder and composer (and post-modern Bob Geldof?) Richard Jahn to talk about the journey so far. That is, the literal journey of transporting 100+ life-sized elephant sculptures across England in articulated lorries, as well as the more figurative journey of staining…

  • CJSW Radio

    CJSW speak to us candidly about the day-to-day at Canada’s oldest and largest student radio station. The team currently consists of seven full-time members of staff and 300+ volunteers. Together they cater as a 24/7 sonic sanctuary not only for Calgary’s student population but the station’s international…

  • HÖR Berlin

    The duo behind HÖR speak to us about being outsiders in Berlin, surviving COVID-19 and the importance of diversity in their music policy. Pete Armitage caught up with co-founders Charly and Ori to get the full scoop on the journey of Berlin’s favorite Youtube channel. The pair…

  • How to transform a young life through music

    In the Saarland region of Germany, a nonprofit organization is helping the development and personal growth of young adults through musical and creative initiatives. Speaking to the team behind the project, we find out what programs are available, and what results that have been made through their years of work.

  • Experience and equal opportunities

    Are you familiar with these moments that you look back on in awe years later, but in that very moment you just had no idea how unforgettable they would be, because you were too committed to the pure excitement? One such moment for me was when a number of audience…