Carousel presents Shut Up and Listen
music by artists with a learning disability
September 06, 2015 10:35 AM PDT
The final Shut Up & Listen! podcast features an interview and music from London-based rock band, The Autistix. Francis from Shut up & Listen interviews Jack Beaven Duggan, Luke Steels and Saul Zur-Szpiro after their gig at the Blue Camel Club. They talk about their favourite music, their best gigs and play their latest single. More info at www.theautistix.com
Ryan O'Donovan: Lovesick Soul
August 13, 2015 02:05 PM PDT
Zombie Crash and Beat Express guitarist and vocalist, Ryan O'Donovan talks about his 2nd solo LP, 'Lovesick Soul'. Now available at https://ryanodonovan.bandcamp.com/
August 13, 2015 01:55 PM PDT
In this show we look at how people with a learning disability live, and who they live with.
Our Favourite Songs
May 11, 2015 02:33 PM PDT
David from Zombie Crash, Ewan, Fran, Todd and Catherine O'Rourke introduce their favourite songs.Too Hot for Candy
May 09, 2015 06:02 AM PDT
Fran interviews 'Too Hot for Candy' after their gig at Brighton's Blue Camel Club. They are Singer-songwriter Kali Perkins, musician Arthur Lea and drummer Isaac Palm.
April 29, 2015 10:30 AM PDT
The Shut Up & Listen! radio crew talk to clubbers, bands and staff at Carousel's Blue Camel Club held at the Corn Exchange in Brighton.Blue Camel Club Part 1
April 29, 2015 10:29 AM PDT
The Shut Up & Listen! radio reporters talk to clubbers, DJs, bands and staff at the Blue Camel Club held at the Corn Exchange in BrightonI Can DJ 2014
March 05, 2015 02:05 PM PST
Tutors, Fran and Chris take us behind the scenes of Carousel's 10 week music making and DJ training course for people with a learning disability.Carousel Singers
February 16, 2015 04:42 AM PST
Fran Reynolds takes a look at Carousel Singers: a 30-strong choir of singers with learning disabilities. Carousel Singers was formed in 2011 as part of a Paralympic Project called Gold Run, a multi-media show they devised with support from Carousel, Glyndebourne and Pallant House Gallery.
Since Gold Run, Carousel Singers has continued to meet weekly during term time. The singers have worked with a number of musicians and choir leaders to develop their skills and create new music. Carousel Singers have started working with their own dedicated band of musicians. A lively choir, Carousel Singers is made up of people with a broad range of learning disabilities with an infectious enthusiasm for performing their own compositions. They seek to challenge assumptions of what a choir can be.Creative Minds
February 04, 2015 03:57 PM PST
Creative Minds is led by learning disabled artists and performers. It is about seeing, talking and questioning. The events aim to get people talking about how we know that art by learning disabled artists and performers is good and of a high quality. Francis visited the first conference to find out what is was all about.
A monthly show of music made by artists with a learning / developmental disability. Produced in Brighton, UK by carousel.org.uk
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