George Maund is a broadcaster, technologist and ‘x-musician’ working with sound and occasionally video, recorded and live-performed. With a background in venue programming and event production, George studied Music at the University of Liverpool, writing a dissertation on the relationship between the visual and sonic arts; it went well over the word count.
Following stints touring with local-ish bands, George started working behind the scenes on the Popular Music Show, a long-standing alternative radio programme on BBC Merseyside, helmed by fellow friend of St Helens, Roger Hill. This led to time in front of the mic, all while honing an interest in live streaming as an ‘emergent artform’. More recently George has rediscovered the joys and nuances of audio production with particular emphasis on recording spoken word, which has lead to work on podcasts around commitments with internet radio stations, hybrid/online arts festival programmes, and developing a practice that seeks to merge the familiar with the subversively uncanny.