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Notion has teamed up with the national charity, Youth Music, and young creatives, to present 'The Higher Frequency' podcast. Listen to the sixth and final episode now!

Launched on 20th November, ‘The Higher Frequency’ podcast sees UK-wide creatives combine their skills to bring an exciting show discussing subcultures, stereotypes, and social issues behind today’s music.

 

Youth Music’s Next Gen programme launched in 2019, provides 18-25-year-olds with paid opportunities and campaigning for change. Recently, the charity announced recipients of its first Incubator Fund release, designed to improve access to sustainable music careers for underrepresented young people.

In episode six of ‘The Higher Frequency’ podcast: A Seat At The Table, the question, ‘why are there so few women of colour being represented in the music industry?’ is posed. Additionally, the episode looks at the sort of activism happening to change this.

 

In the final episode of The Higher Frequency, Prachee Mashru talks to artists Zoya, Pritt
and Lavz to find out more about their idea of representation. Meanwhile, correspondent Lydia
Greatrix talks to artist Estée Blu about her own journey into music and the challenges she
has faced.

 

Women in CTRL Founder, Nadia Khan, also chats about her latest report ‘A Seat at the Table’, which focuses on gender splits and representation of Black women in
music business.

 

This episode was produced by Jack Davenport.

Listen to Episode 6 of The Higher Frequency below:

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