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Seattle-based electronic music composer, Bardo:Basho (Kirsten Thom) did a live set exclusively for Femmecult
Interview with her on the website. http://www.femmecult.com/sound/bardob…
For more Bardo:Basho please visit her online.
Plum (Shona Maguire) hosts the Femmecult January 2014 podcast showcasing some of the musicians that have been influential on her work along the way.
Plum is an electro-pop producer & multi-instrumentalist who became the first female artist ever to win a Scottish Alternative Music Award, securing “Best Electronic” award in March 2013, having been heralded “One to Watch for 2013” by Best of British Unsigned in January 2013, and with her album The Seed in the ‘Best Albums of 2012’ list for many bloggers home and abroad.
Check out more of her work at her website: www.http://plumtunes.com
All info courtesy of Femmecult.
The Indiana producer pulls from a host of influences to make music that proudly upsets tradition.
via Jlin’s Dizzying, Detail-Oriented Take on Footwork — Bandcamp Daily
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“Propulsive rhythms from early drum machines, whirring electronics and dreamlike vocals make for a jaw-dropping late-career masterpiece from legendary Japanese musician Phew, recorded solo at Phew’s home in Tokyo.”
Japanese Experimental Pioneer Phew Is Back with Her First Solo Record in 20 Years
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