Paint the Town in Sound Podcasts
Mercury Prize nominated Sunderland band Field Music and Sunderland Culture, present the Paint the Town in Sound Podcast mini-series to accompany and compliment the Paint the Town in Sound exhibition at Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens.
The Paint the Town in Sound exhibition explores the timeless relationship between art and music, examining the direct links forged between musicians and artists and Sunderland’s independent music scene. The artworks in the exhibition, drawn from the Arts Council Collection, offer a fascinating insight into the musical heritage of the region providing a route to examine our own cultural identity and its relationship to class, politics and place.
This mini-podcast series accompanies the Paint the Town in Sound exhibition, and brothers Peter and David Brewis (a.k.a. Field Music) across 4 episodes, share bounteous musical ideas and explore the exhibition themes through artist and musician interviews. All episodes are available now.
Paint the Town in Sound Podcast episode #1
Peter Brewis talks to songwriter, musician and lead singer with Maximo Park, Paul Smith, along with acclaimed artist and musician, Laura Lancaster, whose work features on the cover of the new Maximo Park album and also in Paint the Town in Sound exhibition.
Paint the Town in Sound Podcast episode #2
David Brewis talks to chart-scaling songwriter and former Kane Gang singer Martin Brammer and also the designers at the heart of Kitchenware Records’ golden era, Matthew Caley and Pavllou Landraagon Kokko.
Paint the Town in Sound Podcast episode #3
Peter Brewis talks to artists Susie Green and Simon Bayliss, whose collaboration as Splash Addict incorporate music and video. Their work also features in Paint the Town in Sound exhibition.
Paint the Town in Sound Podcast episode #4
Peter and David Brewis discuss the Paint The Town In Sound exhibition, record sleeves as an expression of identity and music in the North East. You can view the record sleeves featured in Paint the Town in Sound exhibition: www.sunderlandmuseum.org.uk
You can visit the exhibition online here