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Interview: Stacy Russo, Author of “We Were Going to Change The World”

On KSPC’s newest program, “Making Space”, we spoke with Stacy Russo, author of the book “We Were Going To Change The World: Interviews With Women From The 1970s & 1980s Southern California Punk Rock Scene”. Stacy tells us about her background growing up punk, as well as about the genesis of the book and the […]

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Interview: Nia & Ness

(photo by Marion Aguas) Listen to Feminindustry Ep 23: Nia & Ness. It aired on Post Apocalypse with DJ Zomb-E on February 24, 2018. You can listen to Post Apocalypse with DJ Zomb-E on Saturdays from 9pm-12am! Part One:   Part Two:   facebook twitter IG  

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In-Studio: Inti Wawa

Mayra Vargas, is a Los Angeles by-way-of Peru multi-instrumentalist who writes and performs under the moniker Inti Wawa, which translates to “Baby of the Sun,” from Quechua, the language spoken by the Inca civilization. Her single “Cantamos Fuerte” is the story of finding strength in the midst of chaos; a realization that through community and support […]

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In-Studio: Teasips

Teasips (Angela Frances Wilson) is an interdisciplinary artist, and composer working in Los Angeles. Their practice is built at the intersection of healing art, and experimental music. Using digital and analog mediums, they investigate modes of perception, and the impact of uncertain hybrid space. Ang’s lowercase sound composition blurs the lines between ambient, noise, field recording, […]

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In-Studio: Bana Haffar

Bana Haffar is a Los Angeles–based musician currently focused on the modular synthesizer. Before shifting her attention to synthesizers, she worked as a touring session bass player for nearly a decade. She is also the co-creator of “Modular on the Spot,” a monthly outdoor happening on the Los Angeles River. She will be performing at Tokyo […]

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