#102 Machine Woman: Studio efficiency and Tech House, "I'll still be making music whether RA writes about me or not""
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Regarding the brevity of the intro... which actually wasn't that brief because I was able to use some audio I'd already recorded to pad it out. The bout of sciatica that I was suffering from last week has got significantly worse and I'm typing this while lying on the floor, where I have been for the majority of the last three days. So that's not great - it may affect the podcast schedule next week but let's hope not. Apologies in advance if it does. And now, on with the show... -- Would you get “tech house” tattooed on your butt? Me either, and in fairness I don’t think our guest this week actually has, despite the title of one of the tracks on her 2020 EP ‘Pleasant Stay But I Won’t Come Back’. Machine Woman has emerged as a really great producer with releases on Ninja Tune’s Technicolour, Delsin, as well as her own label Take Away Jazz Records. And she is also a character with an interesting story. We discuss the challenges of moving to a new country as a teenager, navigating through musical gender stereotypes, the scene in different cities, and much else besides. This was a fun conversation with one of the more irreverent characters of the dance scene, and you’re gonna enjoy it! If you're into what we're doing here on the pod then you can support the show on Patreon! There are two tiers - "Solidarity" for $4 a month, which features the show without ads, regular bonus podcasts, and extra content. And "Musicality" which for a mere $10 a month gets you all the music we release on Hotflush and affiliate labels AND other music too, some of which never comes out anywhere else. You can also make a one-off donation to the podcast using either a credit or debit card, or with Paypal. Head over to scubaofficial.io/support. Plus there's also a private area for Patreon supporters in the Hotflush Discord Server... but anyone can join the conversation there in the public channels, so please do! Listen to all (most of) the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlist Follow Scuba: twitter instagram bandcamp spotify apple music beatport Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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