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- Words Notion Staff
Notion has teamed up with the national charity, Youth Music, and young creatives, to present 'The Higher Frequency' podcast. Listen to the third 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. Last week, the charity announced recipients of its first Incubator Fund release, designed to improve access to sustainable music careers for underrepresented young people.
In Episode 3 of The Higher Frequency podcast: Tracing Scenes – How COVID-19 has affected the UK music scene, presenter Kara Conway looks at the effect the pandemic has had on the music industry. Musicians everywhere are having to re-analyse the way they approach music and performance.
Kara talks to buskers Sara (from Sara ‘N’ Junbug) and Matthew Gibb, as well as Carolyn Sleith from Buskers of Glasgow and Claire Gevaux of Help Musicians.
Elsewhere, Brighton correspondent Harry Lindsey talks to Vascha and DJ collective Gal Pals to find out how artists are dealing with the ramifications of COVID-19.
This episode was produced by Jack Davenport.