Pitch us Things! – The Sampler

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Do you have an idea for a feature, interview, or essay about new music and sounds in the UK or more broadly? We want to hear from you.

We are particularly interested in current topics: the approaching LGBTQI+ History Month, International Women’s Day, as well as more broadly relevant topics, for example about black presence or history in new music, the climate crisis, emerging perspectives on disability and music-making in post-covid UK, indigenous new music, new technologies and the future of new music, and so on.

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