Check out The Huffington Post’s coverage of Jordan Galland’s latest music video, “Leave My Friends Alone.” CLICK HERE for the full story.
“Leave My Friends Alone,” the latest music video from Jordan Galland’s Wind-Up Rabbit EP, made its debut over at GQ.com! Click HERE to read more about the track’s spooky sound and leading lady Krysten Ritter.
Rounding out a successful 10-year anniversary celebration, Women’s Audio Mission is featured in this month’s Audio Education Issue from Mix Magazine. Check out Mix’s full story on WAM HERE and click the image below to read about the nonprofit’s strides in education.
Infrasonic’s own John Greenham gave away a few tricks of the mastering trade in an interview with ASCAP’s “We Create Music” blog. Check out the complete story here.
Check out “AKA Love,” the latest track from Jordan Galland’s Wind Up Rabbit EP, exclusively streaming at Rolling Stone. Described as a “nostalgic male-female duet… A dreamlike ballad that marches slowly upward,” “AKA Love” features Sean Lennon on guitar and Charlotte Kemp Muhl on vocals. Produced by Charlie Klarsfeld.
Clyde Smith laudes the 10-year Anniversary of Women’s Audio Mission in a recent story for Hypebot – including infographic and video. Check it out HERE.
Our friends over at NYLON premiered the first music video off of Jordan Galland’s forthcoming EP, Wind Up Rabbit. The track of the same name gets the Energizer Bunny treatment from Galland and co-director Shruti Ganguly… Check out the video and full story HERE, or below!
In honor of WAM’s 10-Year Anniversary, San Francisco’s The Bay Bridged stopped by Women’s Audio Mission to see what the nonprofit is all about. Check out the feature story HERE and watch the interviews below. Special thanks to Nic Buron for the incredible video.
HerCampus spoke with Terri Winston, founder of Women’s Audio Mission, about her experience in the world of professional audio, women’s education in the recording industry and more. Read the full interview HERE.