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Episode 30: Follow Your Path features drummer, composer, and educator, Benjamin Shannon. In this episode we discuss his upcoming gigs, projects, and album releases, as well as his Honours research at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University featuring the Brisbane Conduction Orchestra. We also dive into the genius of SHAMIN and the positive…
 
Episode 29: Conversations of Life features the one and only, Roman Albert! From our conversations of improvisation in rap and music to the inspirational moments in our lives, in this episode we explore Roman's artistry and impact on the Brisbane music scene as a freestyle performer, educator and inspirational speaker! Follow his journey on instagra…
 
Episode 28: Stringing Together Passions features cellist, teacher, and conductor, Nicky Griffith. We discuss her versatility and balance between various passions in music, and how she came to pursuing each path in her portfolio career. To find out more, head to her website at https://nickygriffith.wixsite.com/musiclessons Music Credits Opening Them…
 
Episode 27: Groovin' On features percussionist, Joe Chow. We discuss his work on jazz vibraphone and latin auxiliary music, as well as his multi-talented career in teaching, arranging, marketing and advertising, and managing his band, Salseros. Salseros is a Brisbane-based salsa ensemble who performs energetic Afro-Cuban dance music. This fiery nin…
 
Episode 26: Portfolio Career features the one and only, Luke Cuerel! Luke leads a portfolio career in performing, composing and teaching. We discuss how the different, yet similar, worlds collide and the advantage in applying improvisational skills in all areas of his career. With so many projects, such as Voltfruit and Expo 88, we talk about how h…
 
Episode 25: Influential Immigrant features the incredibly talented, virtuosic and inspirational, Nozomi Omote. She is a Japanese born classical percussionist who is versatile in various style of music. She is also an active educator and composer. We go back to the roots of Nozomi's upbringing in Japan, and her decision to move to Australia. Through…
 
Episode 24: Time for a Toot features flautist, Monash Lal. We welcome him back from his teaching journey in Regional Queensland, as we discuss his experience in teaching and performing rural, memories during his study as a male flautist and venturing onto new projects back in Brisbane. On top of his talent and wealth of knowledge in flute, he is al…
 
Episode 23: Drum Roll Please for Libby Scott! From one drum to another, we discussed about career opportunities as a drummer and the wild world of the music industry, including songwriting, producing, networking, performing, education and being a female drummer. Libby is an emerging, enthusiastic drummer who made her national debut placing second i…
 
Episode 22: Singer-Songwriter features local artist, Jo Davie. We discuss the process of her music making from song writing to singing, as well as her honours research into singer-song writing and the influences from internal and external factors. Further in performance, we talk about the addition of solo instrumental accompaniment to voice and the…
 
Episode 21: Production in Pop features ENIJAE, Senija Hadzich and Jake Barker, pop production and song writing duo based in Queensland (Gold Coast/Brisbane). In this episode we discuss the history of ENIJAE and how they started out, as well as the magic that goes behind the production team and within the pop industry. We also talk about the positiv…
 
Episode 20: Voice on Video explores the world of a versatile vocalist, educator, researcher and now local YouTuber, Julia Nilon, and her journey into vocal coach react video content, editing, and the ever expanding YouTube community. In addition, we discuss the importance of vocal pedagogy, research and vocal health. Find out more about Julia on Yo…
 
Episode 19: Practice of Productivity features woodwind multi-instrumentalist and educator, Luke Carbon. Originally from Brisbane and now based in Melbourne, Luke Carbon is an artist of passion, practice and productivity. In this episode, we discuss the impact of the Melbourne lockdown and the highs and lows during this time. We also discuss how it …
 
Episode 18: Overseas Opportunities explores percussionist, collaborator, curator, improviser and educator, Joyce To's, positive experience and influence in her international studies abroad at University of Toronto with Aiyun Huang and fellow colleagues. We elaborate on the decisions and considerations for overseas studies, especially during this pa…
 
Women of Noise (WoN) is a dynamic platform celebrating and featuring the work and stories of women and non-binary creatives in the global community. It aims to provide an all-inclusive space for the diverse and prolific work of female-identifying and non-binary creatives. WoN began as a concert series (formerly 'Noisy Women') and has been enjoyed b…
 
Episode 16: Asian Persuasion features Asian Brisbane musicians, Flora Wong (violinist) and Cara Tran (pianist). In this episode we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of being an Asian musician in the Brisbane music scene, and what we represent as role models of race - from our cultural influences of Asia and Australia to our impact as individ…
 
Episode 15: Brisbane bassist, Matty Cook, joins us for this podcast episode, as we discuss his musical journey of gigging and teaching. From the affects of COVID-19 to cruise gigs and the night life music industry, to his experiences at jam nights, tertiary studies and what it's like to have a music teacher as a parent. Most importantly, the influe…
 
Fellow podcaster, drummer and educator, CJ Nash and I come together to discuss the power of podcasts. As hosts of Brisbane music podcasts, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of setting up a podcast, how it affects the listeners and music scene, and what it takes to uphold it throughout our portfolio music careers. To find out more about Su…
 
Episode 13: Musician's Money features guests Tracie Comber and Shelise Vandal. As we social distance ourselves during the coronavirus, we discuss the effects and issues on musician's income and expenses. Including topics from teaching, performing, casual work to expenses of living costs, instruments, equipment and what money can do to contribute to…
 
Episode 11: Peter Breen features the one and only, Peter Breen. On December 1st, 2017, Musicians Unmuted held a concert in dedication of our past podcast guests as well as honouring Breen's achievements, contributions and support for the Brisbane music scene. In this episode, we get to know more about the man himself, his projects through Jugglers …
 
Episode 10: Musicians' Health features Jo Lagerlow, Jodie O'Brien and Michael Thrum. Health is essential to life, and music has the power to positively or negatively affect one's health. The episode includes various discussions on the role of music in relation to physical and mental health, including musculoskeletal, audiology, music therapy, and m…
 
Episode 9: Music Education features Julia Nilon, Aaron Jansz and Jack Walton. Education has affected us all - inspired, influenced and engaged. However, a system always has its flaws and a discussion of its issues and a reflection on our roles as teachers or contributors can assist in improving a better education for the future generation. The venu…
 
Episode 8: Technically Music features music technologists Anna Whitaker, Greg Olley and Thalia Collettis. With guest host, Daniel Kassulke, this month's chat encompassed pastries, addressing archaic attitudes towards gender in the music technology industry, the rigours of live sound, an unforgettably forgettable Kurt Vile gig, and we learn how Thal…
 
Wait, is Pop Unmuted back? No, unfortunately it is not! But Scott and his good friend and past Pop Unmuted guest Bri Mattia are doing a One Week // One Band this week on the Jonas Brothers! In addition to all the fun writing they’re doing on the blog, they’re also releasing daily podcasts talking about each of the Jonas Brothers’ albums, and that’s…
 
Wait, is Pop Unmuted back? No, unfortunately it is not! But Scott and his good friend and past Pop Unmuted guest Bri Mattia are doing a One Week // One Band this week on the Jonas Brothers! In addition to all the fun writing they’re doing on the blog, they’re also releasing daily podcasts talking about each of the Jonas Brothers’ albums, and that’s…
 
Wait, is Pop Unmuted back? No, unfortunately it is not! But Scott and his good friend and past Pop Unmuted guest Bri Mattia are doing a One Week // One Band this week on the Jonas Brothers! In addition to all the fun writing they’re doing on the blog, they’re also releasing daily podcasts talking about each of the Jonas Brothers’ albums, and that’s…
 
Wait, is Pop Unmuted back? No, unfortunately it is not! But Scott and his good friend and past Pop Unmuted guest Bri Mattia are doing a One Week // One Band this week on the Jonas Brothers! In addition to all the fun writing they’re doing on the blog, they’re also releasing daily podcasts talking about each of the Jonas Brothers’ albums, and that’s…
 
Wait, is Pop Unmuted back? No, unfortunately it is not! But Scott and his good friend and past Pop Unmuted guest Bri Mattia are doing a One Week // One Band this week on the Jonas Brothers! In addition to all the fun writing they’re doing on the blog, they’re also releasing daily podcasts talking about each of the Jonas Brothers’ albums, and that’s…
 
Wait, is Pop Unmuted back? No, unfortunately it is not! But Scott and his good friend and past Pop Unmuted guest Bri Mattia are doing a One Week // One Band this week on the Jonas Brothers! In addition to all the fun writing they’re doing on the blog, they’re also releasing daily podcasts talking about each of the Jonas Brothers’ albums, and that’s…
 
Episode 7: Scoring Goals features some of Brisbane's young composers, Samuel Dickenson, Callum Kennedy and Jasmin Leung, of diverse backgrounds, inspirations and creative minds. Influences from Western classical, new music to electronics and contemporary music, these young minds share personal experiences in their creative output through compositio…
 
Episode 6: Freedom of Speech features some of Brisbane's most talented, young free improvisers, including Andrew Ball, Brodie Mcallister, and Hannah Reardon-Smith. Through their diverse influences in jazz, classical, cross-genre and other styles, the musicians share their experience in finding a platform that expresses their artistic vision and tas…
 
Episode 5: No Strings Attached features some of Brisbane's string musician entrepreneurs - Monique Bartkowiak (also known as Monique Clare), Kieran Welch and Annie Silva. On a different journey from the norm of orchestral string players, the musicians share their experience in finding their passion in personal projects and diverse career paths. The…
 
Episode 4: The Mastermind features some of Brisbane's multi-talented artists including Connor D'Netto, Chris Perren and Joshua Rivory, who compose, produce, record, curate, direct, perform and do many other roles in various projects. The venue featured in this episode is The Nickson Room in The Zelman Cowen Building at The University of Queensland,…
 
Episode 3: Being Heard features some of Brisbane's finest, young and inspiring vocalists - Erin Fitzsimon, Kayleigh Pincott and Kieran Stevenson. The performance venue featured in this podcast is the Brisbane Jazz Club, which hosts the Jazz Singers' Jam Night run by Ingrid James and many other amazing musicians, acts and festivals.Directed and Host…
 
Episode 2: The Instrumental Voice features Brisbane's illustrious young jazz musicians, Sophie Min, Helen Svoboda, and Lachlan Hawkins. The performance venue featured in this podcast is the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, which includes the Lyric Theatre, Concert Hall, Playhouse, Cremorne Theatre and the outdoor Green Lawn. Directed and Hosted b…
 
Episode 1: My Life As A Musician features Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University percussion alumni, Tsoof Baras, Caleb Colledge, and Jamee Seeto. The performance venue featured in this podcast is the Queensland Conservatorium, and includes the Basil Jones Orchestral Hall, Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Conservatorium Foyer and the Conservatorium T…
 
On Episode 39 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge throw a Pop Unmuted Office Holiday Party. They talk to guests about some of their favorite music of 2016, enjoy some non-alcoholic punch, and marvel at the paper snowflakes Kurt made. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-39-Office-Holiday-Party.mp3…
 
On Episode 38 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge talk about the new single from John Mayer’s upcoming 7th studio album “Love On The Weekend.” They are joined by music journalist Kira Grunenberg and founder of The Shotgun Seat Annie Dineen to talk about the song and John Mayer’s return to pop music. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content…
 
On Episode 37 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge discuss the latest single from The Weeknd, “Starboy ft. Daft Punk.” They also squabble over Scandinavian pronunciations and talk about the appropriate time to start listening to Christmas Music. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-37-The-Weeknds-Starboy.mp3…
 
On Episode 36 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge discuss Scott’s Master’s Thesis “‘But I’m In A Cool Boy Band’: Anxiety and Masculinity in the Music of One Direction.” http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-36-But-Im-In-A-Cool-Boy-Band.mp3 Read Scott’s full thesis here…
 
On Episode 35 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge discuss Kurt’s new music charts website, Crownnote, with pop blogger and music consultant Adam Soybel, introduce the Crowncast podcast, and share what’s on their personal charts. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-35-Debuting-Crown-Note.mp3 Visit Crownnote.com…
 
On Episode 34 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge talk with Argentinian writer Juana Giaimo about the current scene in Chilean pop music. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-34-The-Chilean-Pop-Scene.mp3 Songs discussed in this episode: Javiera Mena – “Los Olores Tu Alma” Gepe – “En la Naturaleza (4-3-2-1-0)” F…
 
On Episode 33 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge are joined by Leonel Manzanares to discuss the music and legacy of late Mexican singer and songwriter Juan Gabriel. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-33-Remembering-Juan-Gabriel.mp3 Hear all the songs discussed on this episode here.…
 
On Episode 32 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge embrace their love of Carly Rae Jepsen. With music writer and Maura Magazine managing editor Brad Nelson, writer and photographer Zan McQuade, and host of ALL CAPS with Kate and Bri Bri Mattia, they discuss Carly Slay Jepsen’s latest release E·mo·tion Side B http://popunmuted.com/wp…
 
On Episode 31 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge are joined by Business Development Coordinator at Songkick Adam Raza to talk about “Kids,” the latest single from OneRepublic and why some artists are perceived as “cool” while others aren’t. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-31-Are-OneRepublic-Cool-Kids.mp3…
 
On Episode 30 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge discuss this Summer’s lack of “bangerz.” With Katy Perry’s “Rise” and Britney Spears’s “Make Me,” it seems as if the era of battling for the Song Of The Summer is over. Guess you win, Justin Timberlake’s Troll song. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-30-Where-…
 
On Episode 29 of Pop Unmuted Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge are joined by Music Theory Ph.D. student Megan Lavengood, who is writing her dissertation on timbre and the Yamaha Dx7 synthesizer. They talk about the role timbre and sound plays in defining genre and why so much music released in the 2010s is called “80s inspired.” http://popunmute…
 
To celebrate two years of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge look at songs from two years ago and then songs from those same artists that have come out this year. Kurt discusses Sia’s “Chandelier” and “Cheap Thrills” while Scott recommends Mitski’s “First Love / Late Spring” and “Your Best American Girl.” http://popunmuted.com/wp-con…
 
On Episode 27 of Pop Unmuted, Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge are joined by the hosts of the ALL CAPS podcast, Kate McGarry and Bri Mattia, to discuss being a fan and the role fandom plays in our lives. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/Episode-27-Being-A-Fan-With-ALL-CAPS.mp3 Be sure to subscribe to ALL CAPS with Kate and Bri.…
 
On the first episode of our new K-Pop Unmuted podcast, Stephen Knight and Scott Interrante discuss the solo debuts of current and former Girls’ Generation members Tiffany’s and Jessica. http://popunmuted.com/wp-content/uploads/episodes/K-Pop-Unmuted-1-Tiffany-vs-Jessica.mp3 Songs in this episode: Tiffany – “I Just Wanna Dance” Jessica – “Fly (ft. F…
 
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