Posts tagged Her Sound Her Story
Episode 11: Michelle Grace Hunder is one of the world's leading hip hop photographers, and the founder of Her Sound, Her Story

Michelle Grace Hunder speaks with Music Love's editor Julie Kerr about her career as one of the world's best hip-hop photographers, and also the founder of an all women in music portrait and documentary series called Her Sound Her Story. Julie talks to Michelle about women in music, the changing face of hip hop,  women in photography, Iggy Azalea, and how important photo journalism is to document and the music scene. 

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UPDATED: Vera Blue's much anticipated music video to her dark, heavy single Private, featuring Sydney dancer Alex Warren. Out today!

There is no doubt Celia Pavey's project Vera Blue is becoming a familiar name around the traps, and a musical force in this country. Her voice featured on Illy's hooky triple platinum selling track Papercuts, and songs from her EP Hold have charted and been streamed countless times over. And today the artist from Forbes NSW has just released a brand new single called Private. It's heavier than her previous releases and super cool. Enjoy this brand new single, check out her US and Australian tour dates, and keep your eye on the ever evolving Vera Blue. era Blue dropped a bomb of a video today. Heavy, intense, emotional. Directed by British-Australian director Bryn Chainey and shot in a heritage-listed Camelot House in Camden (you may recognise it from Baz Lurhman's Australia), the two and half minute spectacular also features the incredible talent of Sydney dancer Alex Warren.

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Wilsn is one of the finest soul artists and best vocalists in Australia.

In the very early days of the conception of Music Love, Shannon Busch AKA Wilsn was top of mind. She is one of Australia's best vocalists and soul artists and is to be celebrated. Wilsn is about to head to SXSW to showcase her soul to the world. Her songs and her voice are breathtakingly fine, and her commitment and dedication to mastering her craft are inspirational. Her EP is called Don't Give It Up. One listen and it quickly becomes apparent that Shannon was born to sing and write soul. Growing up in a musical family, listening to the greats, singing in the church choir, and then going on to study jazz after school have all been steps along Shannon's musical pathway and a great foundation for the music she is making today. Shannon will stay in the States, in Nashville and LA after her SXSW showss - she's just signed a management deal with Seth Friedman (Natasha Bedingfield, Will.I.Am, The Black Eyed Peas, John Legend), a co-publishing deal with labels in Australia and the US and is killing it. Before Shannon leaves, she took some time to chat with Music Love about soul music in Australia and her long list of favourite Australian women in music.

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ALPHAMAMA on performing at the Sydney Women's March, and how it inspired the release of her new song Stranger In Asia

ALPHAMAMA, an entrepreneurial artist who is constantly pushing her musical and personal self and boundaries. ALPHAMAMA's live shows comprise of her jazz, soul, hip hop, world music fusions, poetry, rap and are by all accounts deeply spiritual. ALPHAMAMA's musings about a woman's place in the world come through with each new song, thought, and image, and her new song, Stranger in Asia is no exception. In this interview with Music Love, ALPHAMAMA discusses the Women's March, balancing business and art, and how she believe politics and music should inform each other.

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