In the third of our new ‘Sounds of...’ series, music producer, sound engineer & DJ, Hylu introduces us to music by some of the artists who will be performing as part of the Unit 137 stage at People’s Day in Lewisham on Saturday 16th July
In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we invited writers, researchers and thinkers to pitch us editorial on queer music, sounds and the people who make it. The second of these - by Casey Hale - is published today.
In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we invited writers, researchers and thinkers to pitch us editorial on queer music, sounds and the people who make it. The first of these - by j.n.m. redelinghuys - is published today.
In our new 'Sounds of...' series on the British Music Collection, composer, producer and music-maker and part of Sound and Music's Composer-Curator programme, Stewart Baxter brings our attention to some of Hull's local composers past and present.
Gwen Siôn, a grant winner of Climate. Sound. Change, talks us through the experience of creating 'HS2 Ghostlands', a multidisciplinary arts and research project created in response to the climate emergency and HS2.
As part of Sound and Music’s Composer-Curator programme, Rufus Isabel Elliot talks us through FOLKS’ SONGS, a new EP from the trans-music making world of OVER/AT.
In this edition of our regular highlights feature, we've brought together 5 composer profiles created in our LGBTQ+ History Month Edit-a-thon
In this edition of our highlights feature, Sound and Music intern Anushka profiles 5 musicians of colour in the collection "who are changing the game, from making new sub-genres to creating social change"
Francis Chagrin award-winner Hugh Sheehan breaks down his BBC Arts commissioned piece 'Lost Time' - which explores the time lost and experiences gained by LGBTQ+ people in getting to truly be themselves.