Posts tagged Wallace
Sydney's Barangaroo has set the stage for some incredible women in music at a new festival by sunset

You can expect to hear from Sampa the Great, Wallace, GL, Caiti Baker, Pirra, Mama Kin Spender and the Inner West Voices, Tesse, Tigertown, Tia Gostelow, Thelma Plum, The Morrisons, Okenyo, FlexMami, Saskwatch and Emily Wurramara – and it’s all free!

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Meet Mari, Marisa and Jen: presenters and producers of an exciting radio show called Pink Noise

In 2016, three Sydney-based women - Marisa Marsionis, Jen Finnley and Mari Stuart -  came together and created Pink Noise, a fortnightly show that airs on Bondi Beach radio, and streams on their website. It's been one year since the first show that plays only plays music produced and performed by women as well as non-binary artists and DJs, in an effort to counter years of male only line ups in spaces that play electronic music. The first year has been a success, and in celebration Marisa, Jen and Mari have released the first of, what will be, many mixtapes. The Pink Noise Mixtape Vol. 1 is available as a free download via Bandcamp, and features twelve artists including Wallace and Mei Saraswati. Also, during Vivid Sydney this year, a special free event will be held at Cake Wines Cellar Door with live performances by BUOY, Jaala, GC O’Connor and more. Marisa, Jen and Mari gave Music Love this interview where they discuss their radio show and mixtape, their favourite Australian women in music, as well as some thoughts on whether or not men and women are biologically wired to hear differently.

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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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