Review: Empowering Pop Artist Mimoza’s Latest Track ‘Young Queen’ Couldn’t Be More Relevant

Featured Image: Valmir Karakushi In light of Women’s History Month, it was only right to showcase one of pop’s newest and most empowering voices. Through her music, Mimoza inspires others to be confident and follow their dreams. It’s a crucial reminder which many listeners have identified with – her previous singles have been collectively streamed more than one million times, and this queen shows no … Continue reading Review: Empowering Pop Artist Mimoza’s Latest Track ‘Young Queen’ Couldn’t Be More Relevant

The Creatives Movement X The Quarantine Mixtape: A Gig Empowering Women & Showcasing The Future of The Industry

Featured Image: The Creatives Movement & The Quarantine Mixtape The creative sector has undoubtedly taken a hit this year and live streams seem to have become the new ‘normal’. However, The Creatives Movement and The Quarantine Mixtape have come together on a collaborative gig for the first time to empower female artists and prove that the future of music is still bright. Before the artists … Continue reading The Creatives Movement X The Quarantine Mixtape: A Gig Empowering Women & Showcasing The Future of The Industry

Interviewing Aistè: ‘Fu** Rules and Expectations. Do What Feels Right’

Featured Image: Julijus Nosovas Currently, based in London, Aistè is a positive force to be reckoned with. She explores her identity as both an artist in the music industry and as a person with roots across different countries- after growing up in Lithuania and Norway. Her unique sound is formed by an eclectic mix of modern pop, 90’s R&B and future-bass. In combining a punk … Continue reading Interviewing Aistè: ‘Fu** Rules and Expectations. Do What Feels Right’

Unstoppable: 5 Female Musicians Who Haven’t Let Coronavirus Slow Them Down

Featured Image: Kerry Feeney – Artist’s Own It’s been hard for everyone to stay motivated during lockdown, especially if you’re working from home and are left to your own devices. It can be easy to give up, even on your passions. Thankfully, those in the music world have had the commitment and perseverance to keep producing tracks, even though gigs are cancelled and the future … Continue reading Unstoppable: 5 Female Musicians Who Haven’t Let Coronavirus Slow Them Down

Interviewing Music Producer Adaku Live & ‘Atomic Vox X Adaku Live’ Mix Premiere

Canadian music producer Adaku releases music as ‘Adaku Live’ and is influenced by a range of genres, including house, jazz, blues, rock, funk, disco, afrobeat and more. This range makes each of her shows as exciting and different as the last. From learning to mix for her friends’ house parties while studying at law school to growing her audience through the recommendations of others, she has consistently … Continue reading Interviewing Music Producer Adaku Live & ‘Atomic Vox X Adaku Live’ Mix Premiere

Figures & Organisations in the Music Industry Contributing to the Greater Good

Featured Image: Dream Wife by Sarah Piantadosi As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, many artists have spent their time in lockdown focusing on what they can do to give back. We’ve picked some of our favourite examples, in which those in the industry have taken steps to support others while encouraging their fans to do the same. From the dynamic alternative-rock duo Nova Twins to Scottish … Continue reading Figures & Organisations in the Music Industry Contributing to the Greater Good

Listen Up: Five Female Vocalists Who Don’t Get the Credit They Deserve

Featured Image: Phoebe Fox  When it comes to giving vocalists recognition within the music industry, it appears that some fly slightly more under the radar than others. There are many artists with talents that should quite rightly lead to universal acclaim, and their impending stardom should no longer be delayed. From British rocker Cassyette to the Welsh soul singer Nia Wyn – each of these women have risen to … Continue reading Listen Up: Five Female Vocalists Who Don’t Get the Credit They Deserve

Know Them Before They’re Famous: 5 Female Artists You Need to Listen to Before It’s Too Late!

Featured Image: Neia James by Holy Smoke Photography Just like you, we are fervent explorers on the quest for new music. Today, we thought we’d share with you our favourite new bands and artists who’ll be gracing our stages in the not-too-distant future. Our compilation features a huge range of material, from guitar shredder, Ania Thomas, to the experimentalists, Cat SFX and Neia Jane. From … Continue reading Know Them Before They’re Famous: 5 Female Artists You Need to Listen to Before It’s Too Late!

Women Who Run the Music World: Featuring Arca, WondaGurl, R.A.E and Vanessa Reed

Written by: Sam Postlethwaite, Alex Brian, Ross Mondon and Camilla Whitfield Featured Image: R.A.E by Ollie Adegboye  Due to the popularity of our last article on Women Who Run the Music World, we decided that it was only right to make it into a series. This week, we have a new range of women intent on making a difference in the industry- from the limitless Venezuelan … Continue reading Women Who Run the Music World: Featuring Arca, WondaGurl, R.A.E and Vanessa Reed

Animation Director and Artist, Laura Jayne Hodkin: Combining Her Love of Film With Outspoken Women and Dynamic Female Friendships

Featured Image: Laura Jayne Hodkin Music and art are two creative industries that enhance one another, so we believe that it is essential to recognise the artistic talents behind many music artists. Laura Jayne Hodkin is an animation director and artist, who often focuses on the humorous aspects of women’s lives. If we were to describe Hodkin’s work in one sentence, Florence Given meets Broad City feels quite appropriate- it’s … Continue reading Animation Director and Artist, Laura Jayne Hodkin: Combining Her Love of Film With Outspoken Women and Dynamic Female Friendships