Space-Time: The Future / Cambridge, UK

Space-Time: the Future, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 30 August 2014,

Another great festival celebrating women in electronic music is just around the corner, combining a vibrant mix of art and music performances from experimental artists and bands fronted by women. Taking place in Cambridge, UK on 30 August 2014, Space-Time: The Future will host several indoor stages within the Wysing Arts Centre.

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Reflecting Perspectives / Berlin


The wonderful Perspectives festival is back this coming weekend with a full day of workshops, talks, and music at Berlin’s ://about blank on 8 March 2014. Reflecting Perspectives includes two daytime workshops – an Ableton 9 workshop (40 euro entrance fee) and a basic artist PR workshop (20 euro entrance fee). Later in the evening a collection of promoters and artists will hold a public discussion, presenting the female:pressure Booker’s Guide – a guide for promoters to encourage a higher booking rate of female electronic artists.

Closing the night will be performances from artists including Sick Girls, Stellar OM Source, Lotic, and several female:pressure-associated artists. For more info head to the Perspectives site or the Perspectives Facebook event.

HB:008 Podcast / Girls In Uniform

Girls In Uniform

A little while back we introduced Girls In Uniform, the musical project of Brooklyn-based Nicole Brenny (photo: left, with artist and collaborator Danica Olders, right. photo credit: Raul Coto-Batres). Her Fortune Tapes release blew us away and we couldn’t wait to hear more. With new material just around the corner, we asked Girls In Uniform to record a mix to hold us over in the meantime. From Chinese pop to 70s horror soundtracks, this is one of the most diverse podcasts in the series so far. Let’s dive right in to the world of Girls In Uniform…

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“No Big Deal?” / DJ Mag Undercuts Great Words With Dumb Photo

Ladies Guide to Pioneer CDJ-2000*

Remember when, last September, Spinnin’ Records posted a “joke” photo (since deleted) on Facebook and Twitter of a stovetop burner laid into the platter of a CD-J with the caption “Pioneer finally developed a CD-J for women”? Oh, how we all “laughed”. And threw up in our mouths. Even popular women’s site XOJane wrote about it.

Well, I couldn’t help but think of this super-funny incident when I opened the latest issue of DJ Mag.

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