Rumble (Underground)

embodies the notion that
“Local is Global”

It was designed as a platform for people who are geographically diverse, to share ideas, music and art. To  p r o v i d e  a   s p a c e  for those who in the past, may not have had a chance to connect with like-minded people.  It was a place to share creations & creativity, make connections, INSPIRE and enjoy the amazing things that we each contribute to the world.

It’s a project that I hold very dear to my heart.  The project was a stepping stone for further projects and we had a blast doing it.  I still add podcasts now and again if they are relevant, but for now, it’s an archive of about a year’s work.

During my time working on Rumble Underground, I worked on several podcasts the majority of which can be found at my sound archive. The podcasts fell into two different categories:

In Context – Who is this person, what are they doing with their life and how on earth did they get here?

Local Seen – Local people from all around the world who are in touch with their local music scene.  Who’s hot?  What are the sounds?  What’s happening?

A spin-off from Rumble Underground was Human Voices Radio (HVR). This is a concept for an online radio station.  Fully realised, the station would reach listeners from all around the world by being hosted by presenters from all around the world.   A pilot version of the station was launched at the St Kilda Village StripFest. The project is still on the back-burner for when I have all the time in the world.

I ran all aspects of this project including sourcing interviewees, creating the questions, conducting the interviews, recording and editing the sound, posting the final interviews.