I am excited to announce that the Sonic Entanglements Podcast is now online. This series examines the history of sound in Southeast Asia, through conversations with sound experts: historians, archivists, sound engineers, artists, and scholars. In presenting postcolonial and decolonial sound scholarship through podcast, this show underscores the sonicity of the discourse.
We published not one but three pilot episodes! I’m excited to present some of the most enriching conversations I have had with sound experts, many of whom became friends and partners in my sonic journey.
To get the latest episode, please subscribe to Sonic Entanglements on: Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Podbean, or Spotify. You can also listen and find more information on our website: www.podcast.sonic-entanglements.com.
Please share it with your family and friends who might be interested in the histories of sound in Southeast Asia!
Many thanks to our sound editor and engineer, Thijs van den Geest, and to Jean Francis Ayo Barcena, our publicity manager. Shout out to Markus Hoogervorst who created our theme music. The Sonic Entanglements Podcast is funded by the Dutch Research Organization.