The Supersonic Podcast is back with a new episode – celebrating and recognising women, trans and non-binary artists who are creating extraordinary new music.
As Supersonic was founded and is led by women, one of our key aims is to be an inspiring space where these formidable artists and our supportive audience come together and make some stellar things happen.
In our new podcast ‘Spinning Plates’ we throw the spotlight on some women-led music labels and their respective formidable label heads; all spinning their many plates, making their own rules and carving their own path in the music industry. We interview Julie Weir from Sony’s Music for Nations, Bettina Richards from Thrill Jockey & Vinita Joshi from Rocket Girl – all who provide an incredible insight into how they have navigated their way through the music business.
We’ll also talk a bit about our very recent exciting news – Supersonic Recordings (our very own label) has been re-launched! We’ve just released the debut EP of Birmingham artist Blue Ruth, so we interview them about that and spin some tracks from it!
We’ll also be spinning some stellar sounds from Suzanne Ciani, Sofa King, OOIOO, White Ring, Helen Money, Blóm, Loraine James and Spellling.
Tune on in! Treat your ears, and enjoy your podcast journey with us…
If you’re in a position to support the artists in this podcast too, we’ve put all their Bandcamp links below for your convenience…
- Blue Ruth: Wide Eyes (Supersonic Recordings)
- Suzanne Ciani: Fish Music
- OOIOO: Nijimu (Thrill Jockey)
- Helen Money: Many Arms (Thrill Jockey)
- White Ring: Heavy (Rocket Girl)
- Sofa King: Dougherrr
- Blue Ruth: Almost Gone (Supersonic Recordings)
- Spellling: Boys at School
- Blóm: Audrey
- Loraine James: London Ting
- Sofa King: Thank You, You’re Amazing