DARLING ZINE by Emily Duff – Issue 1. Tits Upon Tyne will be featured in the format of an interview with founder, Natalie Greener.
Darling Zine Issue One by Emily Duff, Cover by Rebecca Reed (Candy Vortex) – Promoting Creative Wxmen in Music, Art and Film – 44 Full Colour Pages Professionally Printed – Uses Recycled Paper Only – Includes a Unique Darling Sticker! – Work from 24 amazing local artists – Only 50 Copies Available! – Will be posted around the start of July 🙂
Do you think there has been a gender imbalance in the music scene? And if so, what can we do to reduce that imbalance?BUY VIA DEPOP TO SEE FULL INTERVIEW
Oh definitely! There always will be I think. Some women are scared to tell sexist men in a position of power in the music scene to shove it because they think they need them. Girls, you don’t. If a man is wanting something in return for recording time, PR time, a photoshoot or anything else in a
professional capacity, it is not your talent they want. I think it’s important to always book and work with people that are good at what they do but trying to employ women with the same skill set as their male peers is important. If a man takes great photos or mixes amazing, perfect. Equally, if he has good feedback but you’ve heard his work and your best mate in her bedroom can do a better job… why not?
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