SMT-Pod has debuted its second season! A new episode will be released every week.

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The editorial board of SMT-Pod is proud to announce the lineup for Season 3 of the Society for Music Theory's premiere audio publication.

Episodes will be released weekly through the beginning of April, and may be streamed on our website or common podcast apps such as Apple, Spotify, or Google.

  • Episode 3.1 (January 25, 2024) - Joseph Straus, “Introduction to Stravinsky’s 1911 Petrushka (stream the rest of his series on Spotify)
  • Episode 3.2 (February 1, 2024) - Abigail Lindo, “Muito Beleza – Ana’s Hands: Postcolonial Gendered Legacies of the Viola da Terra”
  • Episode 3.3 (February 8, 2024) - Stephen Rodgers, “Listening a Page at a Time”
  • Episode 3.4 (February 15, 2024) - Nariá Assis & Luís Raimundo, “Interrelating Concepts of 'Texture' and 'Rhythm' in Massive Textures and Beatless Rhythms"
  • Episode 3.5 (February 22, 2024) - Thomas B. Yee, “What if Octaves Aren't Equivalent? – A Composer's Guide to Non-Octave-Repeating Scales”
  • Episode 3.6 (February 29, 2024) - Matthew Ferrandino, Brent Ferguson & George Reid, “Playing with Ghosts: Timbre and the Chiptuning of Canon in the Bardcore Video Game Projects”
  • Episode 3.7 (March 7, 2024) - Alejandro Cueto, “Otherworldly Sound in The 5th Dimension’s ‘Age of Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In’ (1969)”
  • Episode 3.8 (March 14, 2024) - Brent Ferguson & Nykia Osborne, “Agency and Practical Model Composition in the Music Theory Classroom”
  • Episode 3.9 (March 21, 2024) - Tori Vilches, “‘Somos la Resistencia, No?’: Memory and Manipulation in Netflix's La Casa de Papel"
  • Episode 3.10 (March 28, 2024) - Jeremy Orosz, “Tracing The 'Disappearance' of the Third Chorus in Recent Popular Music: Why Are Songs with Two Chorus Statements More Common Now?"
  • Episode 3.11 (April 4, 2024) - Stefanie Bilidas & Grace Gollmar, “Considering the Impact of Timbre on Perceptions of Genre in Recorded Popular Music"

Stay tuned for the Season 4 call for proposals!