Open Call: Penny Drops Podcast
Deadline: 07/08/2020 | Published: 24/07/2020 | City: Glasgow | Region: Lanarkshire | Country: United Kingdom | Penny Thoughts
We are looking for new music, spoken word, experimental sound or even voice notes to publish in our arts podcast.
The aim of Penny Drops is to accomodate artists using sound by providing a platform to publish artwork and to discuss that work freely. We would like artists to submit their soundbites, mixes, symphonies, poetry or any audio they’re trying out.
We have released 6 episodes of Penny Drops already as well as some other podcasts in the Snitch Sounds Network. You can find it on Spotify and Soundcloud by searching 'SnitchSounds'
Penny Drops is a sister organisation to Penny Thoughts, a free Glasgow based publication now spreading itself around the country. On a single A4 sheet of recycled paper we compile the visual and textual art of our contributors.
Penny Thoughts prints ‘creative impulses’, especially those marginal ideas, half-baked plans, momentary or unformed organisms of inspiration. Be it poetry, illustration, photographs etc. it is what you make of it. Now, Penny Thoughts is broadening its horizons to include those impulses which are inevitably excluded by print.
Please submit links to sound files as .mp3 or .wav files.
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