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.Read More
The prestigious event is the music industry's night of nights for people who work behind the scenes as engineers and producers and has historically rewarded many men.Read More
Hailing from New Zealand this producer/singer/songwriter/rapper/engineer/everything is turning heads for her get-you-off-your-feet beats.Read More
If this is what it sounds like when there are more women involved, bring on more of the same please.Read More
Jessica - a Sydney based singer/songwriter whose latest project is performing under the moniker Sparrows - is always on the hunt for sounds which she describes as "field sounds" to complement what goes on in her imagination. While her music is electronic, her voice is raw, organic and brimming with gorgeously warm jazz tones. Jessica spoke with Music Love and we discovered a loving, adventurous and wide-eyed wondrous soul.Read More
Her star is rising, but Kristy Lee Peters is no overnight success.
As the countdown to Music Love's Vivid Ideas event Pathway to Platform continues, we have been interviewing the panellists to give everyone a head start on just how much gold there will be on Saturday 10 June in Sydney. (By the way, did you know The Sydney Morning Herald, Collective Hub, Broadsheet Sydney, Vice and Pedestrian TV have all highlighted our event as one to be at?). So far we have profiled Vicki Gordon, Jacqui Louez Schoorl, Dr Rita Crews OAM, Shefali Pryor, and our performers, Iluka, and Sophie Koh. Today, we wanted to re-run our interview with producer, artist, host of triple j's House Party and now head of her own record label KLP. She has just dropped a brand new song Changes and it's going great guns. Check it out. KLP is also on tour. You can get your tickets here! We look forward to hosting you at Vivid Ideas. In the meantime, enjoy a taster of the advice and stories of Kristy Lee Peters.Read More
In 2001, Catherine J Marks found herself in Dublin as part of her degree in architecture. Having being involved in music during her formative years, learning and performing classical music, Catherine branched out into contemporary music. After joining some bands here and there, she took up a degree in architecture and decided to do her placement in Dublin. A hive of creative activity, Catherine met many inspiring artists and creators, including members of U2 and Irish band The Frames. One night, she met producer Flood and apparently told him she wanted to be like Britney Spears. "Well, that’s never going to happen but if you want to do something in music, maybe you can come and work for me?" Catherine eventually returned to Australia to finish her degree, and then moved to London to work with Flood. She started out making tea and vacuuming floors. From there, Catherine has gone from strength to strength. She has been nominated for a Grammy and in 2016, won Breakthrough Producer of the Year at the Music Producer's Guild Awards. She is a wealth of knowledge, a creative and artistic force and one heck of a role model for any Australian young people who want to produce and engineer great music. Catherine took some time to talk to Music Love's Julie Kerr as well as Australian producer on the rise Antonia Gauci (Studios 301) about women in music, her musical path to date, gear (of course), and her quest to champion women in rock.Read More
Sarah Belkner is a pop producer, songwriter, singer and performer. Her original music is somewhat of a minimalist take on the 80s, with emotive hooks and thoughtful layers. Yet it's fresh, fresh, fresh. It takes time to consume Sarah's music, and it's good to give the production and the songs the space they deserve, perhaps in the same manner one would wander through an art gallery. Her sound and accompanying music films fit together beautifully to create both strong and gentle uplifting, contemplative works.Read More
Woodes is the moniker for 24 year-old producer, singer and songwrtier Elle Graham. She grew up in Townsville and made the move from Townsville to Melbourne to pursue a career in music. She produces all her own music, sometimes working with different producers (including Rob Kleiner who has worked with Australian superstar Sia), and her debut EP Woodes is beyond beautiful and beyond her years.
Antonia has worked at many of the finest studios in Sydney helping document the sounds of Alison Wonderland, Cold Chisel, will.i.am and more. She also is a songwriter, performer in a few different musical outfits, producer and radio host for radio station FBi on a show called THUMP. Music Love was lucky enough to catch Antonia in the middle of her very busy schedule for a quick chat about being an enginner, her favourite Australian women in music and the time will.i.am rode his wheely suitcase from one side of Studios 301's courtyard to the other,Read More
UK Singer/songwriter Laura Marling interviews Australian producer and engineer in her Reversal of the Muse PodcastRead More