Multimedia music platform Gold Hand Girls have announced the launch of weekly podcast Women and Music, set to feature authentic and entertaining conversations with women, men and non-binary individuals in the music industry.
Through interviews with emerging artists, production managers, photographers and more, Women and Music aims to provide a space for professionals to celebrate their achievements, share their experiences navigating the music business and discuss the parts of the industry that need to improvement such as the lack of women in positions of power in music.
The first episode featuring an interview with American alt-punk musician, singer and songwriter Sizzy Rocket, on her first-ever podcast appearance is set to air on Thursday, August 13, 2020 on all major music platforms, including Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music and Stitcher. Tune in to find out about Sizzy’s creative process, the Grrrlalbum and new music dropping soon, among other things. Additional guests include Aysia Moratto, Lewis Capaldi’s tour photographer, SiriusXM Head of Music Marketing & Partnerships Gurj Bassi, and Production Coordinator + Road Manager for Lady Gaga, Samm Stangeland
About the podcast, Gold Hand Girls founders, Alexa Ace and Micayla Chandler said: “We love everything music but the industry needs more women in positions of power, so with Women and Music, we aspire to inspire others to close the gap. We are stoked to launch Women and Music and hope we can provide a place where we can all be 100% real while building each other up.”
Through the Women and Music podcast and other similar content, Gold Hand Girls continues to amplify voices of women in the music industry and raise awareness about issues affecting the music industry while celebrating the hustle of women.
A new episode of Women and Music will be out every Thursday.
About Gold Hand Girls
Founded by music entrepreneur and CEO Alexa Ace in 2016, and managed with business partner and Director of Operations Micayla Chandler, Gold Hand Girls is a multimedia music platform dedicated to empowering and connecting women in the music industry, by breaking industry norms, conquering patriarchal statistics and elevating universal inspiration for women, men and members of the non-binary community.
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Written by Malvika Padin :
Malvika is a freelance music journalist and publicist based in London and born in India. Currently the Editorial Coordinator at #WCM, she is also the Online Editor for alternative music magazine Discovered and one of the admins of Facebook journalism community 'The Journalist', founded by German-Indian journalist Johannes Koch. Malvika is most passionate about giving rising artists a chance to shine, and is also keen to focus on diversity and people of colour in the creative space. Email : firstname.lastname@example.org: Twitter/Instagram : @malvika_padin26
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