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49 minutes | a month ago
Episode 1: Nikhil Pal Singh | The White West: Whose Universal?
The legacies of colonialism tend to find expression in a language that contemporary audiences find familiar and compelling, and hence remain largely unquestioned. In the run-up to the conference The White West IV: Whose Universal? (March 5 & 6, 2021), the podcast invites participants of the conference to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.
76 minutes | 2 months ago
Politics of the Dance Floor: Sustainability
How can nightlife be designed in harmony with the earth’s finite resources? What would really be necessary to create a club experience that takes the climate and fragility of all of us into account? And how does this relate to physical pleasure? Community organizer Sarj Lynch hosts the second episode of the Politics of the Dance Floor podcast and discusses sustainability in club culture with Camille Barton, Avril Ceballos and Konstanze Meyer. They share their visions of practices that allow life to flourish: to go from greenwashing to environmental justice, from discrimination to inclusion, from marginalization to support. The motto of the hour: We’re a part of the world, let’s take care of it. Songs: Beat Spacek: Alone in the Sun Whodat / Viola Klein [WORKSHOP26]: Reprise AoUFC Lazy Lizzard Gang: Wald BADSISTA: Pinche Cabrona Contact Transmission: www.transmissionnet.org firstname.lastname@example.org www.instagram.com/transmission_net/ Image: Opashona Ghosh: Leap Across, 2019
82 minutes | 4 months ago
Politics of the Dance Floor: Solidarity
Raving is community, solidarity, contact. A club can be a safer space, especially for People of Color, Black people and LGBTQ+ people. How do the communities bridge the pandemic void? What mechanisms of social exclusion exist even in the music scene and club culture? And what role does gentrification play? In the first episode of the Politics of the Dance Floor podcast, Erkan Affan speaks with Yuko Asanuma, Lakuti and Jay Jay Revlon about solidarity. They discuss participation, the advantages and disadvantages of online DJ sets and why it’s always work to show solidarity with others. Songs: Gil Scott-Heron: The Bottle KAJAMA: Ashes to Ashes SHYGIRL: UCKERS Cardi B: Miss Corona Cunt (JayJay Revlon Vogue Edit) Contact Transmission: https://www.transmissionnet.org email@example.com https://www.instagram.com/transmission_net/ Image: Opashona Ghosh: A New World is Possible, 2020
1 minutes | 4 months ago
Politics of the Dance Floor | Teaser
The podcast series by Sarah Farina and Kerstin Meißner aka Transmission explores the varied responses of club culture to current events. How can this momentum advance new ways of raving and experiencing club music? In three podcasts, representatives from the diverse spectrum of club culture will focus their eyes and ears on the Politics of the Dance Floor.
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