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Music in the City. Below the Radar podcast

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How well do you know the local music scene in Vancouver? On this episode of Below the Radar, we sit down with Jarrett Martineau, a figure who is very well acquainted with the music scene both locally and abroad. On a local level, Jarrett works as the Music Planner for the City of Vancouver, where he works hard to support the Vancouver music scene and all aspects within that. He is also the host of Reclaimed, which is a weekly series on CBC Music that explores the many worlds of contemporary Indigenous music. In this conversation, we talk to Jarrett about how affordability affects available venues, the diverse array of music being created within the city, and the power of providing the platform of radio to early career musicians.To learn more about CBC’s Reclaimed, you can visit their website here: You can also learn more about the Culture|Shift Plan for the City of Vancouver here:…culture-shift.aspx.Back in October, we collaborated with Jarrett on an events at SFU Woodward’s called “Songs of the Land: Tracing Global Pathways in Indigenous Music”. You can listen to the audio for that talk here: Sfuw-community-engagement – Songs-of-the-land.
On Episode 33 of Below the Radar, Am Johal interviews Jarrett Martineau
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