Month: September 2020

‘Til Death Do Us Part

Half of all marriages end in divorce, the other half end when one spouse dies. If you want out, but divorce is not an option, your inner angel and devil will help you decide what to do. Be prepared… to be spooked.

Written & Produced by Kenn Delbridge

Performed by Hanli Hoefer, Mike Kasem & Kenn Delbridge

Sound Design and Mix by SPLiCE Studios

You Throw a Party And Everybody You Have Ever Been Attracted To Is There – Stephanie Dogfoot

The Be Spoke Podcast welcomes Stephanie Dogfoot to our living audio anthology of spoken word poetry from Singapore. From her book, this is “God is a DJ”

Stephanie Dogfoot is a spoken word poet, performer, educator and stand-up comic based in Singapore. Author of debut poetry collection ROADKILL FOR BEGINNERS (Math Paper Press). Winner of the 2012 UK Farrago Slam and the 2010 Singapore Poetry Slam, they are the organiser and host of a spoken word night, Spoke & Bird, and a co-host of a comedy night focused on promoting women & queer people in stand-up, Siao Cha Bors Comedy.

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Mixed by Adam Yamin

Diver Down

The highest point on Earth is the peak of Mount Everest, at 8848m above sea level. The deepest you can go is almost 11,000m below the waves.

The only creatures that at that depth are no more than half a meter.

So if you encounter something bigger than that, you might be spooked

Performances by Mike Kasem and Kenn Delbridge

Written & Produced by Kenn Delbridge

Sound Design & Mix by SPLiCE Studios

The Choco Pie DMZ – Marc Nair

Marc Nair is a poet and photographer from Singapore, this is his poem, “The Choco Pie DMZ”

His works bear witness to beauty, truth and hope.

He has published and edited twelve books of poetry and is the co-founder and principal photographer of Mackerel, an online culture magazine. He is a recipient of the 2016 Young Artist Award.

His latest collection is Sightlines (2019, Math Paper Press), a collaboration of travel photography and poetry with Tay Tsen-Waye, a film photographer.

Marc was the 2016-17 NTU-NAC National Writer in Residence and is the co-founder of Mackerel, a culture magazine. He has released two spoken word albums with his band, Neon and Wonder, and has collaborated with well-known Singapore musicians such as Bani Haykal, weish and Tim De Cotta on numerous live performances.

He has also worked with Lee Kin Mun, aka mrbrown, on the mrbrown show for over a decade, writing satirical audio and video sketches and songs. Marc’s list of authored and edited publications include Sightlines (2019), Handbook of Daily Movement (2019), Vital Possessions (2018), Auguries of Modern Innocence (2018), Intersection (2017), Spomenik (2016), This Is Not A Safety Barrier (2015), The Poet of Unlove (2015), Animal City (2014), Postal Code (2013), Chai: Travel Poems (2010), Along The Yellow Line (2007).

Marc is available for workshops, talks and spoken word performance bookings both locally and overseas.

Visit Marc’s website marcnair.com

Why This – Stephanie Dogfoot

The Be Spoke Podcast welcomes Stephanie Dogfoot to our living audio anthology of spoken word poetry from Singapore. From her book, this is “Why This”

Stephanie Dogfoot is a spoken word poet, performer, educator and stand-up comic based in Singapore. Author of debut poetry collection ROADKILL FOR BEGINNERS (Math Paper Press). Winner of the 2012 UK Farrago Slam and the 2010 Singapore Poetry Slam, they are the organiser and host of a spoken word night, Spoke & Bird, and a co-host of a comedy night focused on promoting women & queer people in stand-up, Siao Cha Bors Comedy.

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Mixed by Adam Yamin

Space Oddity

Our launch episode… (actually our 2nd launch episode, check out our blog for more info)… takes place in space. Before humans roamed the earth, at night all you could see from space would have been lightning, fires and volcanos. Imagine if that was all you saw today from space… what would that mean?

This episode was written, performed and produced by Kenn Delbridge, with additional voice acting by Omer Abdullah

Based on an original short story fiction by Kenn Delbridge

Recording, Sound Design and Mixing by SPLiCE Studios