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Kristina Latino Finds a Sense of Place in Production

EOn this month’s episode, we sit down with Kristina Latino, founder and CEO of Cornerscape. She talks about her excitement for finding a sense of place when curating music for events. That excitement includes creating a space for women and […]

21 min2018 NOV 5
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Kristina Latino Finds a Sense of Place in Production

Chong the Nomad’s Solitary Evolution Inspired Her Unique Sound

EChong the Nomad, aka Alda Agustiano, went from quirky youth with no formal mentor to a unique composer. Evolving on her own allowed her to develop her signature style, incorporating a formal background in scoring and chamber music as well […]

31 min2018 DEC 3
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Chong the Nomad’s Solitary Evolution Inspired Her Unique Sound

Expanding Geographically, Kaori Fujii Becomes a Better Teacher

EKaori Fujii has expanded the reach of her music to the Democratic Republic of Congo through the creation of the music nonprofit organization MusicBeyond. On this episode, we talk with Kaori about why she created the initiative, the challenges she’s […]

22 min2019 FEB 4
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Expanding Geographically, Kaori Fujii Becomes a Better Teacher

Antonioni loses their ego

ESara Pasillas gave up the heady ego of a solo artist in favor of her collaborative project Antonioni–and she’s better for it. Antonioni recently released an EP, The Odds Were All Beating Me, which builds upon the combination of shoegaze […]

26 min2019 MAR 4
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Antonioni loses their ego

In every move, Maya Lucia’s music grows

EMaya Lucia released 3 tracks in 3 different places last year. With every move, her music and the people she collaborated with changed and evolved. Her most recent track, Chaptown, U.S.A underscores not only the growth in her musical style, […]

19 min2019 APR 1
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In every move, Maya Lucia’s music grows

femchord throwback: Japanese Breakfast Finds Perfection in Juxtaposition

EIn 2016, we talked with Michelle Zauner about her debut album as Japanese Breakfast. For Zauner her album Psychopomp functioned as a creative outlet to process emotion and overcome loss. But the juxtaposing melodies and mood of the album offer […]

13 min2019 MAY 6
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femchord throwback: Japanese Breakfast Finds Perfection in Juxtaposition

femchord throwback: Lido Pimienta Delivers Strong Messages in Beautiful Packages

EIn 2017, we got the chance to talk with Lido Pimienta about the beautiful music she makes with complex, lush sonic landscapes. She also makes music that reflects her strength in her womanhood, in her activism, and in her independence. […]

27 min2019 MAY 13
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femchord throwback: Lido Pimienta Delivers Strong Messages in Beautiful Packages

femchord throwback: Kalbells’ Kalmia Traver Finds Herself in Solitude on Ten Flowers

EWhen we talked to Kalmia Traver in 2017, she recounted her time away from Brooklyn, settling into a winter alone in her parents home in Woodstock, VT. to record her LP Ten Flowers. Not initially planning on creating songs for […]

22 min2019 MAY 20
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femchord throwback: Kalbells’ Kalmia Traver Finds Herself in Solitude on Ten Flowers

femchord throwback: Keeping Her Artistry in Flux, Xenia Rubinos Puts Words First on ‘Black Terry Cat’

EIn 2016, we spoke with Xenia Rubinos about capturing something true in the world, and reflecting it back. Her album Black Terry Cat does just that—her music isn’t necessarily political, but she captures insightful observations about the world in song. […]

18 min2019 MAY 28
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femchord throwback: Keeping Her Artistry in Flux, Xenia Rubinos Puts Words First on ‘Black Terry Cat’

This year, Black Belt Eagle Scout begins a journey and returns home again

EFor Black Belt Eagle Scout, her newest music came with both starting a journey and returning home again. Three years after KP wrote the songs for her debut album as Black Belt Eagle Scout, Mother of My Children, she is […]

31 min2019 JUN 4
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This year, Black Belt Eagle Scout begins a journey and returns home again
the END

Latest Episodes

Kristina Latino Finds a Sense of Place in Production

EOn this month’s episode, we sit down with Kristina Latino, founder and CEO of Cornerscape. She talks about her excitement for finding a sense of place when curating music for events. That excitement includes creating a space for women and […]

21 min2018 NOV 5
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Kristina Latino Finds a Sense of Place in Production

Chong the Nomad’s Solitary Evolution Inspired Her Unique Sound

EChong the Nomad, aka Alda Agustiano, went from quirky youth with no formal mentor to a unique composer. Evolving on her own allowed her to develop her signature style, incorporating a formal background in scoring and chamber music as well […]

31 min2018 DEC 3
Comments
Chong the Nomad’s Solitary Evolution Inspired Her Unique Sound

Expanding Geographically, Kaori Fujii Becomes a Better Teacher

EKaori Fujii has expanded the reach of her music to the Democratic Republic of Congo through the creation of the music nonprofit organization MusicBeyond. On this episode, we talk with Kaori about why she created the initiative, the challenges she’s […]

22 min2019 FEB 4
Comments
Expanding Geographically, Kaori Fujii Becomes a Better Teacher

Antonioni loses their ego

ESara Pasillas gave up the heady ego of a solo artist in favor of her collaborative project Antonioni–and she’s better for it. Antonioni recently released an EP, The Odds Were All Beating Me, which builds upon the combination of shoegaze […]

26 min2019 MAR 4
Comments
Antonioni loses their ego

In every move, Maya Lucia’s music grows

EMaya Lucia released 3 tracks in 3 different places last year. With every move, her music and the people she collaborated with changed and evolved. Her most recent track, Chaptown, U.S.A underscores not only the growth in her musical style, […]

19 min2019 APR 1
Comments
In every move, Maya Lucia’s music grows

femchord throwback: Japanese Breakfast Finds Perfection in Juxtaposition

EIn 2016, we talked with Michelle Zauner about her debut album as Japanese Breakfast. For Zauner her album Psychopomp functioned as a creative outlet to process emotion and overcome loss. But the juxtaposing melodies and mood of the album offer […]

13 min2019 MAY 6
Comments
femchord throwback: Japanese Breakfast Finds Perfection in Juxtaposition

femchord throwback: Lido Pimienta Delivers Strong Messages in Beautiful Packages

EIn 2017, we got the chance to talk with Lido Pimienta about the beautiful music she makes with complex, lush sonic landscapes. She also makes music that reflects her strength in her womanhood, in her activism, and in her independence. […]

27 min2019 MAY 13
Comments
femchord throwback: Lido Pimienta Delivers Strong Messages in Beautiful Packages

femchord throwback: Kalbells’ Kalmia Traver Finds Herself in Solitude on Ten Flowers

EWhen we talked to Kalmia Traver in 2017, she recounted her time away from Brooklyn, settling into a winter alone in her parents home in Woodstock, VT. to record her LP Ten Flowers. Not initially planning on creating songs for […]

22 min2019 MAY 20
Comments
femchord throwback: Kalbells’ Kalmia Traver Finds Herself in Solitude on Ten Flowers

femchord throwback: Keeping Her Artistry in Flux, Xenia Rubinos Puts Words First on ‘Black Terry Cat’

EIn 2016, we spoke with Xenia Rubinos about capturing something true in the world, and reflecting it back. Her album Black Terry Cat does just that—her music isn’t necessarily political, but she captures insightful observations about the world in song. […]

18 min2019 MAY 28
Comments
femchord throwback: Keeping Her Artistry in Flux, Xenia Rubinos Puts Words First on ‘Black Terry Cat’

This year, Black Belt Eagle Scout begins a journey and returns home again

EFor Black Belt Eagle Scout, her newest music came with both starting a journey and returning home again. Three years after KP wrote the songs for her debut album as Black Belt Eagle Scout, Mother of My Children, she is […]

31 min2019 JUN 4
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This year, Black Belt Eagle Scout begins a journey and returns home again
the END
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