https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-k75kv-83fd7d Podcast Show Notes: Episode 14 Intro: Hello everyone and welcome to the 14th episode. In this episode Richard and Mehrdad talk about their collaboration “Once I Ran to You” where they perform/ present their attempts to bring Chris de Burgh to Iran on a tour. Richard talks about provoking uncertainty with his work, and … Continue reading Once Iran to you 1. Richard Dedomenici and Mehrdad Seyf
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2fe5q-838190 Podcast Show Notes: Episode 13 Intro Hello everyone and welcome to the 13th episode. This episode is an interview with Nadine from Muxima Sound System from Italy. I wasn’t expecting to do this interview and it’s a privilege to be able to catch hold of her. She was speaking in one of the panel … Continue reading Sound System Outernational: Nadine from Muxima Sound System
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2ieqy-83059c Podcast Show Notes: Episode 4: Intro Hello everyone, and welcome to the 12th episode. In this episode, Thali Lotus, from CAYA sounds system will be talking further about her passion for the sound system movement and her own spirituality. Along with this episode, there’s a sound system weekend at Goldsmiths University, from the 13th … Continue reading Sound System and my Spiritual Journey. Thali Lotus, CAYA
Left to Right: Podcast host Tobi, Thali Lotus of CAYA sound system, and Justo owner of the Frequency Coffee bar at 121 Kings Cross, Road London. https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q38ua-8281e8 Podcast Show Notes: Episode 4: Intro Hello everyone, and welcome to the 11th episode. In this episode I will be speaking to Thali Lotus, from CAYA sounds, Come … Continue reading Thali Lotus CAYA: Sound System Operator
Friend, LGBT campaigner, song writer, playwright, interviewee on my podcast: Arts Performed Podcast and all round cool dude is writing and vlogging about his experience as a traveller in south east Asia. A poignant reminder of my experience when he says his only interaction with locals is buying coffee or fridge magnates. I have to … Continue reading Tommy Poppers, Travel Vlogger
2017 has been an eventful year for me. I graduated in my Comparative Literature degree, launched The Arts Performed Blog and Podcast and meet loads of interesting people in the process, started a Masters in Cultural Studies, and lots of embarrassing, joyful and generally personal stuff has also happened to me. What has your year been … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Merry Christmas blog and Arts Performed Podcast listeners. It's a time of year that's meant for family and friends but as I'm aware not all of us find Christmas the season of good will. Here's my attempt to reach out to you Email me and say hello. I'm just a dude reaching out but if … Continue reading Season’s Greetings
Hello everyone, my many many many listeners I am currently in the process of finishing my essays for my masters program and will not be done until the 5th of January. This means that I will not have Christmas or new year and will not be putting out any content until after this time. But … Continue reading Arts Performed Podcast Christmas Break
Your pain is not unique. I've heard it all before. The sufferation you feel is in abundance and wallowing in it is no good for you or me. Pain is not a soothing bath in which to soak in. It's not pretty or romantic Even though there is romance in pain it comes out of … Continue reading More Pain
That was what the DLR staff at Pudding Mill Lane said to me. I put my bag down to help a Japanese couple carry there twins down the stairs as the lift had broken. When I returned to collect my bag and get on the train the man uttered the above sentence. My pleads to … Continue reading Can’t Leave Your Bag There. It’s Been Reported!