#1906 Join The Party

When the Federal Election comes around, some of us might end up voting for someone we don’t know. Angela Moran tries to understand why she knows so little about the electoral process. And then two people enter communities and traditions that are not their own. Their way in is through music and sound.

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Politics by Angela Moran

It’s time to start caring about things. Angela decides to figure out the Australian electoral process, in time for the upcoming Federal Election.

Supervising Producer: Jordan Fennell

Music: ‘Chattanooga Choo Choo’ – Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, ‘Black Shuck’ – The Darkness, ‘Nighttime Stroll – E’s Jammy Jams‘,  ‘The Truth Is No Words’ – The Music, ‘It’s Up To You (1999 Remaster) – Gene Krupa’, ‘We’ve Got A File On You’ – Blur, ‘Flutter’ – Bonobo.

Finding Harmony by Nial Hosken and Suzanne Derry

Two people are drawn to the layered sounds and ancient traditions of musical communities that are not their own.

Original music composition and sound design: Suzanne Derry

Supervising Producers: Riley McCullagh and Allison Chan

Additional thanks to Tina Matolov and Lloyd O’Hanlon, who supplied field recordings from Georgia.

All The Best credits:

Executive Producer: Allison Chan

Victorian State Coordinator: Jordan Fennell

Episode Mix and Compile: Elina Godwin

Host: Samantha Groth

Community Coordinator: Chloe Gillespie

SYN Community Coordinator: Erin Dick

Social Media Producer: Matilda Fay

Image: Unsplash CC: Nick Abrams

Music: ‘August (Kyson Remix)’ by Luke Howard