I picked up this interview piece about female producers on a post on the Women’s Audio Mission Facebook page. I admit that I didn’t know any of the ladies’ names, so it was a good piece of education for me! I flipped through each interview and listened to the tracks that each artist had posted. […]Read More 8 Game-Changing Female Music Producers
The good people over at Resident Advisor posted Sade’s brand new single this morning, and it is wonderful. Hop on over and have a listen: https://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=41228 As I am a wordy girl, I have transcribed the lyrics for you: Oooooh They come to see the fire burning in your heart They want to witness this […]Read More Brand New Sade: Flower of the Universe
Artists, we can’t help ourselves. We create all the time. We just have to. Creative thought can be exhausting, maddening even, if it is not channelled. Castles in the sky, patterns in the clouds, music in the clanging of cars. For the creative mind, it is all fodder to then synthesise into something new. That, […]Read More Art, the artist and creation
I logged onto to Facebook this morning and found a notification from both Berklee College of Music (did you know that they have a campus in Valencia?) and Idagio, the new classical music streaming app that I discovered via Bas Grasmayer’s MusicxTechxFuture newsletter. Urging me to listen to Bruno Raberg’s new album, Triloka, the blurb says […]Read More New Music discovery of the week – Bruno Raberg: Triloka
My friend Kirana Stover over at Integral Yoga Barcelona put me on to this amazing new collection of Alice Coltrane’s devotional chant. She shared this article from the venerable New Yorker Magazine. (http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/04/24/alice-coltranes-devotional-music?mbid=rss). So, me being me, I immediately decided to buy the disc. And, of course, being a fan of Bandcamp, I was doubly happy […]Read More Music Discovery of the Week: World Sprituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda
This is a nice clip: https://shapesofrhythm.bandcamp.com/album/cari-o. It certainly gives me some sonic ideas. In my other incarnation, I teach yoga. I keep on imagining a crossover electronic-yoga music project. It is taking form, but slowly. I am gathering my knowledge and dedicating more time than ever before to producing and singing. Today, I walked up […]Read More Straighten Up
An email from Noisetrade alerted me to the music of Dossey. Feeling like supporting an indie artist, I popped over to Bandcamp and pre-ordered her upcoming EP. Have a listen: I would put her alongside artists like Bat For Lashes or maybe London Grammar, which she cites as in influence. I found it interesting that her […]Read More Music Discovery of the Week: Dossey
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