Great artists are usually exceptional at listening and quietly observing the small bits of life that ordinary people let slip through the cracks. Paul Cantor has put together a career spanning music production, management, music journalism, editing, and blogging. Among others,

In addition to a strong pedigree in communications, non-profits and education, Ian Temple, founder of Soundfly, is also a successful touring musician and film composer. In 2014 he launched Soundfly, an online music school, out of his and others' simple need

Martin Bryant has to be described as a polymath, combining the weighty role of editor-at-large for The Next Web with being a prolific music producer. Impakter interviewed Bryant to find out more about what it's like to juggle running a major news

This interview is the second in a series exploring the the creative process behind sound art - a relatively new and eclectic niche in the art world where music, noise, visual art and technology blend in mind-bending ways. Aloïs Yang is a

Tim Shaw is a musician, composer and sound designer whose work explores concepts around the aural interaction between human beings and the environment they live in, and how the use of ambient sound as a mode of communication can impact

Protest songs are nothing new. Music has always functioned as a way to express that which could not be said. The function and format of politically-charged music might be constantly changing but its power to connect and communicate has always

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