Anthony Wilson’s Playlist

Anthony Wilson is a poet, writing tutor and a Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter. In 2015, his poetry anthology ‘Lifesaving Poems’, based on his popular blog, was published by Bloodaxe to critical acclaim.

Jo Mango’s Playlist

Jo Mango is an alternative folk singer-songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland. Jo has also appeared as a solo artist playing shows across the globe in countries such as America, Australia and Japan.

Sodajerker Playlist

Sodajerker is a songwriting team from Liverpool, UK, founded by Simon Barber and Brian O’Connor. Simon and Brian host the Sodajerker on Songwriting Podcast, featuring interviews with some of the most successful songwriters in the World.

It’s Immaterial Playlist

It’s Immaterial are a pop band from Liverpool, England, best known for their 1986 single Driving Away From Home (Jim’s Tune), which reached number 18 in the UK Singles Chart.

Scott Solter’s Playlist

Scott Solter is a recording engineer, record producer, mixer, remixer and musician based in North Carolina.

Janek Schaefer’s Playlist

Janek Schaefer is a London-based visual and sound artist, who has produced many site-specific installations, sonic sculptures, exhibition & dance soundtracks and albums.

Christine Bougie’s Playlist

Christine Bougie is one of Canada’s most in-demand session musicians, playing with Bahamas, Gretchen Peters, The Good Lovelies, Amy Millan, and many others.

Jeremy Duns’ Playlist

Jeremy Duns is a British author. His spy fiction features an MI6 agent called Paul Dark, and is set during the Cold War.

Chris Velan’s Playlist

Chris Velan is a Montreal-based singer-songwriter and guitarist, motivated by a range of influences spanning 70s’ singer-songwriters, blues, rock, 80s alternative, West African music and reggae.

Dominic Grace’s Playlist

Dominic Grace is a writer from Leeds, UK, who has previously had work produced by West Yorkshire Playhouse and Red Ladder Theatre Company, among others. His writing explores the everyday world of working people and celebrates the beauty of the ordinary.