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Hannah Brodrick – Engineering Change for Women in Music
Hannah Brodrick isn’t just an outstanding engineer for live sound – she’s also blazing a trail for other women hoping to come up in a music industry long dominated by men.
What Can Dance Music Do About The Climate Crisis? – Chal Ravens
A journalist covering electronic music, Chal Ravens wrote the following essay for Resident Advisor about the dance scene’s impact on our planet’s worsening climate crisis.
Lullatone Turn Pipe Dreams Into Reality
For Yoshimi and Shawn Seymour, the creative forces behind the sound studio Lullatone, a normal workday might consist of recording gusts of whooshing air or building custom instruments from plastic pipes.
Waking Up to Skinny Pelembe
Many artists are dreamers, but Skinny Pelembe often relies on nighttime inspiration to fashion his ethereal, electronic-infused sound.
Kyoka: Color. Frequency. Temperature.
Color, frequency, temperature. The Japanese producer, sound artist and field recorder Kyoka is constantly drawing inspiration from her surroundings.
Fran Lobo Finds Her Voice
Fran Lobo creates moody, atmospheric soundscapes as a solo vocalist, but the London-based singer also thrives amid the collective uplift of choral singing.
Velvet Negroni Talks To Signal Path
Minneapolis-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Nutzman seems to have found his groove as Velvet Negroni.
Getting Alone with Miink
Long preferring to avoid the stage, Miink has always considered music a deeply personal affair. But fans of the singer and producer are refusing to let him stay in the studio.