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Writer Sosefina Fuamoli: "We are in a media climate that has kowtowed too easily to a shorter attention span for meaningless content that is discarded as quickly as it is made."

With cracking advice, and a demonstration of her love of music and the business, this interview is sure to fill you with hope that the music industry is in good hands because of people like Sosefina Fuamoli.

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Warpaint's Theresa Wayman is about to release her album LoveLaws through her solo project TT: "I went through the ringer with this album."

Theresa Wayman is a highly revered guitarist and vocalist, best known for her work in the award winning indie group Warpaint. Yet on her last tour, Wayman was collecting sounds and samples for a project that had been on her mind for a while now. 

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"Achieve your wildest dreams": Jessica Irwin is using ground-breaking music software that allows people living with high-level physical disability to use only their eyes to make music

Jessica Irwin's Cerebral Palsy means that the only parts of her body she has full control over are her eyes and mind but she’s not daunted. By anything. And now she’s got the technology to make even better use of her talents and determination. By Fenella Henderson Zuel

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Born or bred? Imogen Clark on what makes a musician

Playing her first shows at twelve and releasing a first EP at fifteen might seem precocious for some but for Imogen Clark, music has always been an integral part of her personal and now professional life. A musician father and poet mother meant that she was instilled with a love of music and lyrics at a time when most people are just learning to talk.

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Kasey Chambers' new album Campfire could be her most important life work. "I've always known that I would make this album."

Despite her especially busy year, the time to work on this special life project that had been in Kasey Chambers’ heart for many, many years, was now. Like not knowing when a woman will go into labour to birth a child, when the time came, the time was right.

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Award-winning a cappella comic quartet Ginger and Tonic's new show For Love or Money tackles girlbosses and green smoothies.

Girlbosses, green smoothies, and business babes with bronzer beware: a cappella comedy quartet Ginger and Tonic are coming for you in their new show, For Love or For Money.

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The impressive engineer and producer Michelle Barry has created an exciting new initiative to increase the number of women in the recording studio. Read all about Noisy Girls here.

With over twenty years experience under her belt, and sick of being the only woman in the room, Michelle Barry is spearheading an organisation that invites women to be a key part of the sounds we hear.

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Georgia June are a band on the rise, delivering messages that are resonating with their peers - in real time, not in retrospect

It is Georgia June's ability to deliver complex feelings and themes in real time as opposed to in retrospect - along with how tight and cool the band are - that have made for a rapid musical rise.

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