Re:sound #272 Radio Residents

This week, three stories by alumni of the Third Coast Radio Residency.

2019 / TCF / 91.5 WBEZ, USA

This week, three stories by alumni of the Third Coast Radio Residency.

The making of a Chinese American beauty queen
by Hannah Kingsley-Ma; edited by Jen Chien & mixed by Gabe Grabin for KALW.
Every Lunar New Year, Chinese American women from across the country travel to San Francisco to participate in the Miss Chinatown USA pageant — an ethnic beauty pageant that’s been a national event since the late fifties.

Little Wrist Computer
by James T. Green for Welcome to Macintosh .
The Apple Watch sometimes gets a bad rap. Some people complain about it being useless, a dumb, frivolous toy. But one person thinks differently.

by Erisa Apantaku ( Re:sound debut).
After moving back in with dad, producer Erisa Apantaku notices a strange sound coming from the house.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Isabel Vázquez.

The 2019 Third Coast Radio Residency begins on May 14. Learn more about this year’s Residents.

“Can You See the Light?” Genki The Producer [Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 International]
“Pulse” Lee Rosevere and Daniel Birch (Event Horizon, 2019)

produced by

James T. Green

James (@_jamestgreen) (he/they) is an audio documentarian by trade and artist by practice. They are the founder of the creative studio Molten Heart. Their works were featured in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Mass MoCA, 99% Invisible, and Pop Up Magazine.

Erisa Apantaku

Erisa (she/her) is a Black/biracial, queer audio producer and educator from the lands of the Three Fires Confederacy of the Ottawa, Ojibwe, and Potawatomi First Nations (Chicagoland).

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