Intuitive Public Music

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Intuitive Public Music – April 24, 2020

Previous notes:

Livestream shortly, 10:55am Eastern this morning — if all goes well! (And truly, it might. [Edit: It did.]) This morning’s livestream included Max & Azine+ with the WAHA (Gentle) Jam Band, and more Three Rivers Thunder, featuring David Esch’s heartbeat drumming.

Next livestream happening at 8:55pm Eastern, April 24, 2020, broadcasting from IPR Pittsburgh and IPR East. Follow this live broadcast document which you can also always find at the top of Intuitive.pub/text.

Collaborations upcoming: We’re about to find out. Happy 7 Crocodile day.

Keep tuning in. 🌻🌿

Morning session, 10:55a – 12p Eastern

Evening session, 8:55p – 9:39p Eastern

 

IPR Pittsburgh & the Three Rivers Thunder (Digital) Drum Circle

As part of our April 13-19, 2020 Wrap Festivities, IPR Pittsburgh participated in the Three Rivers Thunder (Digital) Drum Circle. Excerpts from our contributions — broken guitar, broken recording equipment, enough strength to really shake it, and a glorious time. Drum beat by David Esch (thank you!). More to come.

See more about April 13-19 in this blog post.

Intuitive Public Radio is a multimedia art & advocacy project to promote public health, grow safe communities, and inspire Intuitive listening — led by Survivors of Severity.

Follow live broadcasts and recent episodes at Intuitive.pub/text

Listen to recent archives by exploring our 24/7 Intuitive.pub/radio/stream and subscribing to anchor.fm/Intuitive.

And please SUPPORT OUR WORK by visiting Intuitive.community/donations and patreon.com/IntuitivePR. Thank you!

Subscribe to and participate in @IntuitivePublicRadio transmissions on Telegram messenger. Browse our public broadcast channel directory at Intuitive.community/Telegram/view.

Visit this broadcast page or email public@intuitive.pub to submit a public broadcast. Send us a public voice message via Anchor by clicking here. Visit this helpline page or email helpline@intuitive.pub to send a private team message.

To help out and make the world a more beautiful place, email volunteer@intuitive.pub.

Intuitive Public Music

Intuitive Public Music – April 24, 2020

Previous notes:

Livestream shortly, 10:55am Eastern this morning — if all goes well! (And truly, it might. [Edit: It did.]) This morning’s livestream included Max & Azine+ with the WAHA (Gentle) Jam Band, and more Three Rivers Thunder, featuring David Esch’s heartbeat drumming.

Next livestream happening at 8:55pm Eastern, April 24, 2020, broadcasting from IPR Pittsburgh and IPR East. Follow this live broadcast document which you can also always find at the top of Intuitive.pub/text.

Collaborations upcoming: We’re about to find out. Happy 7 Crocodile day.

Keep tuning in. 🌻🌿

Morning session, 10:55a – 12p Eastern

Evening session, 8:55p – 9:39p Eastern

 

IPR Pittsburgh & the Three Rivers Thunder (Digital) Drum Circle

As part of our April 13-19, 2020 Wrap Festivities, IPR Pittsburgh participated in the Three Rivers Thunder (Digital) Drum Circle. Excerpts from our contributions — broken guitar, broken recording equipment, enough strength to really shake it, and a glorious time. Drum beat by David Esch (thank you!). More to come.

See more about April 13-19 in this blog post.