In celebration of Women’s History Month, we asked creators to compose a track inspired by any woman or non-binary artist.
Below, leading producers Kate Brunotts, Juliana Chahayed, and Sølv share their thoughts and sounds.
Kate Brunotts on FKA twigs
Kate Brunotts is an avant-pop music producer and artist based in New York City. Her expansive sonic dreamscapes and heartfelt songwriting have been featured on the likes of EARMILK, Clout, and BBC Music Introducing.
“I’m constantly inspired by powerhouse creators like FKA twigs who create music that demands to be listened to,” Brunotts tells us. “FKA twigs’ music effortlessly inspires and promotes active listening, never resting on a singular sound. I’m constantly inspired by her dedication and endless spirit to explore beyond what she has already created.”
Juliana Chahayed on Imogen Heap
Juliana Chahayed is an artist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist who hails from Los Angeles. Effortlessly navigating a myriad of influences spanning pop, soul, lo-fi, hip hop, and R&B, her music is as mesmerizing as it is moving.
“Today, I’m going to write a song inspired by one of my favorite artists, Imogen Heap,” Chahayed says. “One of the lyric ideas I had is about clocks, so I’m going to find some ticking sounds on Splice.”
Sølv on FKA twigs
Sølv is a London-based vocalist and producer who’s known for her unique intersection of dark pop and R&B. Her breathy vocals and minimal but powerful productions have captured the attention of a wide array of listeners, publications, and editorial playlists.
“FKA twigs has always inspired me to let my true self shine through when it comes to making music,” Sølv shares. “I chose her because she inspires me endlessly.”
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March 30, 2023