This is an audio trailer of our Year 1 Workbook, containing sound clips of each completed project from Year 1, 2016.

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Combining the sonic signature of the Barbican with the unique voices of the young creatives making work inside the building, The Body Sonata podcast deals with borders and scale. From the barriers between blood vessels to the line we draw between earth and space, the Barbican Young Poets discuss their own relationship with the world around them in collaboration with Post Everything, whose members are Barbican Young Poets alumni. Featuring poets, Megha Harish Gabriel AkamoCameron HolleranAnna Kahn and Eleanor Penny.

Find out more about the Barbican Young Poets and read anthologies of the poets’ work: 
barbican.org.uk/youngpoets

Euthanasia is our third podcast production. 

Euthanasia is Post-Everything's reportage of the EU referendum vote on 23/06/2016. The podcast was written, recorded, formed, arranged, mixed, released on that day.

Notes We Should Have Left is our second podcast production.

From the ashes of a burnt down house emerges a sound-collage of notes we should have left.

Featuring poetry from Lewis Buxton, Emily Harrison, Maria Ferguson, Ben Hayes and Ella Frears. All music, arrangement and production by Post-Everything.

The Burning House is our first podcast production. 

A burning house made from sound. Five voices salvage all they can from the wreckage. A navigation of all that we lose, find and construct in times when facing the loss of a home.

A collaboration between Post-Everything and Burn After Reading. The featured Burn After Reading poets are Carmina Masoliver, Sophie Fenella and Rachel Long. Commissioned by Apples and Snakes in partnership with Hive Radio as part of The Homecooking Series.

You were looking at them from the hatch in the floor is a composition to write to, if you need some background sound.

Gumhammers is a composition to write to, just in case you need some background sound.