Why It Matters More Than Ever That Women Make Music: Interview with Blisspop

Music helps to heal those with chronic ilnesses, it connects us back to the world so we can move on.

Madame Gandhi | BLOG

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Last month, I spoke with Kate Ross for Blisspop about why it matters more than ever that women make music, and why I felt compelled to make my debut EP Voices.

On your new EP, Voices, you’ve worked with artists like Merrill Garbus from tUnE-yArDs and you shift your sound throughout from hip-hop influences to blues. Can you tell us about the creative process that was involved with producing the Voices EP?

Well for me, the way I express myself is through my voice and the drums. I didn’t have much electronic sensibility in terms of how to make electronic music that I heard in my head, so I would team up with people who did have the skill set to either use Ableton or to be able to do proper sound design. I remember working with Anthony Saffery who was involved with Cornershop and Portugal. The Man

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