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Experimental music at the intersection of of science and art

Peninsula Arts - Fish Music, Tim Sayer at National Marine Aquarium - Photo by Lloyd Russell
Plymouth University

Plymouth University’s annual festival showcases the talents of its Music faculty, as well as research conducted by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research.

Since 2010 we have been built long-term relationships with journalists covering music, science and technology. 

We ensure that complex subjects are presented clearly in the media with positive messaging about all partners.  

The 2015 festival was previewed in BBC Focus, The Metro, Gramophone, POSTmatter, SINFINI and The Wire

Interviews were featured on BBC Radio 4 Inside Science, BBC Radio3 In Tune, BBC 6 Music Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service and Xfm’s Geek Chic podcast. 

A science news story was covered by BBC Click, The Independent, The Guardian, CNET, The Smithsonian, FACT and VICE Noisey.

A press trip led to in-depth reviews from BBC Focus, The Wire, The Creator’s Project, The Wire, Drowned in Sound.

Media coverage amplifies the research to new audiences and supports funding applications, and the client has reported an increased interest in the course as a result. 

The media profile has been great. Four Colman Getty have done a wonderful job for Plymouth University.

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