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Inger Christensen looking over the rough mix for this week’s @poetiskpodcast:
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I’ve always had a soft spot for the concrete (sound) poetry of the 60s, and in this week’s episode Lars-Emil @Woetmann and I wonder about the space for play and experimentation when the world is burning around you:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/altsaa-netop-nu/7

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“…everything is so damn Podcast-y and YouToob-ish now a days. It would be nice to have a place where one can go to read a little, maybe browse a few photos about music gear and…”
40 interviews since the lockdown started. And they just keep on coming: martinyammoller.com

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Old recordings, sound poetry, crises, turning points…
Altså netop nu, episode 6:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/altsaa-netop-nu/6
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In Reply To: @SamDiss

Seurat, Bathers at Asnières: The wonderful way in which one can view the scene from the outside and at the same time sense the space as if one was the boy at the center.

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Poetic spaces, Andy’s bar, and the state of the welfare state… Altså netop nu, episode 5, with Lars-Emil @Woetmann and @RudigerMeyer:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/altsaa-netop-nu/5
podcasts.apple.com/dk/podcast/altså-netop-nu/id1511112862

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Here’s a nice website with home-studio setups and interviews and quite a few faces from the Copenhagen scene: martinyammoller.com

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Paul Auster, @AnetteVands, @the_jennitaur – sound, empty spaces, and sun streaming in through the window in episode 4 of Altså netop nu, a ‘poetic podcast’ (in Danish) with Lars-Emil @Woetmann and @RudigerMeyer: https://podcasts.apple.com/dk/podcast/altså-netop-nu/id1511112862

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Episode 3 of Altså netop nu, in which I chat with Lars-Emil @Woetmann about YouTube comments and finding poetic spaces online. There’s some @Hainbach101 in the mix too: poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/altsaa-netop-nu/3
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