Tired of working in Israeli settlements, a group of women have generated their own income by becoming female DJs in the Jordan Valley
Source: Palestinian women DJs: ‘We are determined to stop working for the enemy’
Ipek Gorgun’s solo works are like choreographed chemical reactions on a micro scale or a terraforming planet on a macro scale. Here she reveals how silence, ontology and the physicality of sound influence her rich fusions of ambient and noise. Portrait by Nazli Erdemirel
Source: The Quietus | Features | Escape Velocity | Ephemeral Now: An Interview With Ipek Gorgun
Richard D. James and Tatsuya Takahashi discuss their collaboration on the Monologue, microtuning, geometry and dreams.
Source: Aphex Twin Speaks To Ex. Korg Engineer Tatsuya Takahashi
CACOPHONY is a Chicago based magazine dedicated to the advocation of contemporary music making and performance.
Source: Race Card and Nick Mazzarella Quintet — CACOPHONY
Calls for more women on music festival stages are nothing new, but electronic artist Joanne Pollock is done with excuses from talent buyers who say it’s too hard to book an equal number of men and women.
Source: ‘You’re always erased’: Electronic musician tired of excuses for lack of women at festivals – Manitoba – CBC News
Producer, engineer and musician Grace Banks argues that recording studios are all-too-often male dominated and even hostile to women, from outright misogyny to the subtle messages in the buildings themselves. What might be done to change this?
Source: The Quietus | Opinion | Black Sky Thinking | Off The Record: How Studios Subliminally Silence Women