CUBE is proud to celebrate womxn in music tech with our next event, TAKE SPACE.
We’re inviting all womxn in music as well as the wider music community to come celebrate with us through conversation, exchange, taster demos and music.
Hosted by one of Birmingham’s up and coming talent Ayola Lee, will join producer, composer, singer-songwriter and DJ, Emmavie and Soraya Brouwer - Artist Relations at Native Instruments and founder of TRUANTSin conversation to talk music tech, production, process, creative integrity in the music landscape.
We want you to join in the conversation so come with curious minds and questions.
Following this, the space will be open for chilled networking with sounds by Latifah Stone who will provide the backdrop for you to connect and exchange with fellow music creatives.
You can ask questions, watch a beat break down, shake a leg or just come through and chill.
We understand that 'networking events' can be overwhelming sometimes, so we always aim to create an opposite but meaningful experience. If you are coming alone, that's cool, there will be friendly faces to greet you and be a buddy.
This is your space for the evening - we hope to see you there!
Drinks and snacks available to purchase.
This event is supported by Town Hall Symphony Hall and Kanteen.
Emmavie is a singer/songwriter, producer and DJ from London. Specialising in what she describes as "limitless, soulful, future RnB", her music is an amalgamation of 90s RnB influences.
She has been featured on popular culture publications such as SBTV, i-D magazine, Clash and Paper Magazine where she was listed as part of the "10 rising UK RnB acts you need to jump on".
Emmavie has worked with a number of international artists including collaborations with IAMNOBODI, Budgie, ROMderful, Jarreau Vandal, Dornik, Alfa Mist, and Jay Prince.
Having just completing teaching a 6 week music production course for female producers in Birmingham, Emmavie will be sharing her experience, tips and her love for digital audio experimentation.
Artists relations manager at Native Instruments
Founder of TRUANTS.
Truants operates as a non-profit cultural platform and is dedicated to curating the Truancy Volume series, conducting in-depth interviews with both upcoming and established artists, collating exclusive premieres and mixes, sharing releases, and publishing other features that showcase the music its contributors love. Described as "Music imprint curated by a group of globally dispersed friends"
Truants’ mission statement is to showcase positivity in music writing and, in an ever-increasing divisive journalistic climate, seeks to make both music journalism and music accessible and inclusive.
Birmingham - based DJ, Latifah Stone represents all Black music She expertly blends Hip-Hop, Bashment, Dancehall, Roots Reggae, Afrobeat, AfroBEATS, FUNK, R&B and all grooves melanated.
Latifah Stone's live party sets will mash up the darnce. Or she will sooth and transcend your spirit to better realities. Latifah Stone's mixes are a journey through time, culture and history. She is the music she plays.
Birmingham based Ayola Lee is a multi-talented music enthusiast, event host and presenter, who is known to champion her cities music scene and the talent she encounters. Predominantly known for her warming aura, bubbly personality and her ability to reassure people of their true greatness, it goes without saying why Ayola is often sought after and is already recognised as an influential figure in Brums music community. Ayola is authentic in what she believes and has a genuine passion and gift of sharing stories, which provides a foundation of inspiration and hope for future of Birmingham's musical talent.