All episodes of the Australian Music Vault’s Sound As Ever podcast available online now!

The Australian Music Vault has been a popular mainstay at Arts Centre Melbourne since its debut, providing visitors with an excellent insight into the way Australian music and the industry has developed over the decades – from iconic outfits to instruments and handwritten lyrics and arrangements, there’s so much to see and learn and best of all, it’s free!

As part of their program, the Sound As Ever podcast has emerged as a platform for young radio producers to connect with members of the industry in discussing issues that music professionals and artists face daily. Since last September, six producers have been working on Sound As Ever to conduct the interviews, engineer and produce the podcast, featuring the likes of Eilish Gilligan, Kate Duncan (The Push), Jacinta Parsons (ABC) and Joe Toohey (Creative Arts Victoria).

As of this week, the final three episodes have been posted online and are ready for listening! Check the guide out below and head to the website here to check them out.

Episode 1: Genre and Language Blending in Australian Music
produced by Elsie Bath, Shejuti Hossain

Episode 2: Accessibility in the Music Industry
produced by Rebecca Maakasa, Bridget Bourke

Episode 3:¬†Punk Music in Australia (What is ‘Punk’?)
produced by Erin Dick, Paul Waxman

Episode 4: Healing and Community (Mental Health in the Music Industry)
produced by Erin Dick, Paul Waxman

Episode 5: Hear Me Roar (Gender Inequality in the Music Industry)
produced by Elsie Bath, Shenjuti Hossain

Episode 6: Youth in the Australian Music Scene
produced by Rebecca Maakasa, Bridget Bourke


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