A podcast is an episodic series of spoken-word digital audio files that a user can download to a personal device for easy listening. Streaming applications and podcasting services provide a convenient and integrated way to manage a personal consumption queue across many podcast sources and playback devices. (Source: English Wikipedia)
In this part of the website, you can find a list of podcasts that were essentially produced to promote the or the pieces by the label and to introduce the artists’ activity. The very recent podcast series, which is indeed dedicated to promotion of the pieces by female-composers, and their activity (pieces from the first quarterly compilation in 2021),
The very last set of promotion-podcasts for the all-female composers’ compilation (Spring) was introduced to the audience in two separate sets, the first one is published in collaboration with Khonia FM, the independent radio station and collective in Tehran (in two episodes and in Farsi – except for small parts for introducing foreign artists) during the midst of summer while the second set (in 9 episodes, all in Farsi except for the 7th installment – which is indeed an interview with Leonie Roessler) was published on the Contemporary Musik Magazine. We have opened up about the causes and reasons that have kept us on this project as a part of a greater art-movement and we have presented a concise history of similar national and international movements (in Farsi). We have published seven episodes out of nine, please listen to the whole set below.
We started making small interview-podcasts “Noise Podcasts” as of this date, as an efficient way to make a decent promotion for our collaboration artists and to be able to reflect some parts of their ideas, beside providing reports from artistic performances and events. In the first two episodes of Noise Podcasts we started with an interview with Behrouz Farahani and his collaborating artist Jacqnoise after their live performance in Tehran. The third episode (in Farsi) we made a small interview with Alireza Amirhajebi about the condition of contemporary music.