Season 1, Episode 0: Introduction

Welcome to Antipod: A Radical Geography Podcast and Sound Collective!

This is Episode 0…

In our initial episode, the six members of the Antipod Sound Collective introduce themselves, describe their research, discuss the origins of the podcast and the collective, and share our intentions for Season 1 of the podcast.

The Antipod Sound Collective was conceived at Antipode’s sixth Institute for the Geographies of Justice (IGJ), which was held in Montréal/Tiohtiá:ke on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka land.

As we discuss in this episode, our time together at IGJ included a visit to Kanehsatà:ke. You can learn more about the history of Kanehsatà:ke by watching Alanis Obomsawin’s landmark 1993 film, “Kanehsatà:ke: 270 Years of Resistance,” available for free on YouTube courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.

You can learn more about the IGJ and the Antipode Foundation at the Antipode Foundation’s website.

Our theme music is “It’s Not Jazz,” by Tronx.
Additional music on this episode is from Frenic.

Music from both artists is available on’s amazing Netlabels collection and is licensed under the Creative Commons 3.0.

The vocal sample in Frenic’s “Everything Electric” is Jimi Hendrix in conversation with Dick Cavett in 1969.

The vocal sample in Tronx’s “It’s Not Jazz” is Lester Bowie of the Art Ensemble of Chicago.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter! @ThisIsAntipod

Many thanks to The Antipode Foundation for their generous support.

Episode 0 is hosted by KT Bender, Akira Drake Rodriguez, Allison Guess, Alex Moulton, darren patrick a.k.a. “dp” and Brian Williams.

The episode was mixed and edited by dp and Brian.

Please cite as: Antipod Sound Collective. “Episode 0: Introduction.” Hosted by KT Bender, Akira Drake Rodriguez, Allison Guess, Alex Moulton, darren patrick/dp, and Brian Williams, edited by darren patrick/dp and Brian Williams. June 19, 2019.

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