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Still from a Kimbra music video. She's dressed as an alien from space with a silver mask of a face on either side of her head.

Kimbra

Kimbra is an award-winning pop music artist from New Zealand. She first shot into mainstream consciousness when she made a cameo on Gotye ’s smash hit “Somebody That I Used to Know.” She’s released three studio albums since 2011 in addition to remix albums and scores of singles as the lead or featured artist. She’s written for John …

Maze Onism

Maze Onism

Maze is a freelance illustrator that puts emotions in their own characters. They also like to draw about videogames, tv shows and movies they like. They also make a bit of music that you can check out on their YouTube and Spotify channels. Find Maze Onism online: Twitterhttps://twitter.com/mushroomfaceG Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/mushroomfaceg YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCSLNHQ3NZr0tZ8q5Sx6wBA Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/6bbNIN2lo5XiA8PcTbpcXW?si=ALBu4EcTRGmJ4eXPTCkslw&nd=1

Pop art style illustration reminiscent of iconic images of the Madonna with a halo around the figure's head and rays radiating outward from it. Color palette is saturated purple, yellow and pink.

Molly Noise

Molly Noise is a musician and soundtrack composer. Her music is described as electronic, ebm, industrial, industrial pop, and sadgirl electro. She has created soundtracks for Sarah Zedig @hmsnofun on twitter, Lets Talk About Stuff on YouTube, Sophie @theymersophie on twitter,  Curio on YouTube, Henry Kathman @kathmanhenry on twitter, and Henry Kathman on YouTube among many others. As she says, “You, yes YOU, can quiver with terrified nervous energy under sonic …

Full length photo of music artist Carsie Blanton, a young white woman with short curly hair dyed flame red, with her hands on her hips.

Carsie Blanton

Carsie Blanton writes anthems for a world worth saving. Inspired by artists including Nina Simone and John Prine, her songs swing blithely from sultry jazz ballads to pop-punk protest anthems, all with an equal dose of moxie and mischief, bringing her audience together in celebration of everything worth fighting for. “Carsie Blanton is one of …

Black and white photo tryptich of music artist Cassandra Valentine

Cassandra Valentine

Cassandra Valentine is an indie pop musician from Minneapolis, MN. She’s also a member of The Vitaphones and Coyote Kid (formerly Marah in the Mainsail). She studied Vocal Performance and Music Production at McNally Smith College of Music. She has worked for the past several years as a freelance artist. Find Cassandra Valentine online: Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/cassandravalentine …

A photo of music artist WangleLine, playing a keyboard, titled, "I make weird music."

WangleLine

WangleLine makes music, YouTube videos about sound design, music production and basically anything else that’s vaguely related to audio things. If you’re interested in music production or theory, their videos will keep you entertained and maybe teach you something new. Find WangleLine online: Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/WangleLine YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/c/WangleLine Bandcamphttps://wangleline.bandcamp.com/ Twitterhttps://twitter.com/WangleLine Discordhttps://discord.com/invite/DbfTn7w

Ska Tune Network header illustration, a parody of the Cartoon Network title treatment with the letters spelling "Ska Tune Network" layed out in altnerating black and white tiles, musicians in a mosaic pattern in the background.

Ska Tune Network

Ska Tune Network publishes, primarily, ska covers of songs like popular tunes and soundtracks. They do a lot of other things within the ska/punk/emo/math rock/music realm, from original compositions, covers, music theory videos, skits, and so much more. It’s all primarily and exclusively produced by JER, a 26 year old music composer, performer, trombone player, …

Tight headshot photo of Cynthia Lin, Ukulele performer and instructor.

Cynthia Lin

Cynthia Lin, creator of the #100DaysofUkuleleSongs project, shares ukulele tutorials and arrangements for free on YouTube because she believes that “(i) everyone has the ability to create and make music through teaching ukulele, (ii) i can help more people access their creative abilities (iii) the joy and creative empowerment of making music can change the world for the better.” After six …

Photo of a small white stuff dog with a black eye seated at a music synthesizer.

Zoë Blade

Zoë Blade is a musician, writer, and programmer making experimental electronic music, mostly made on a “gloriously feral” analogue modular synthesiser. Notably they make music for popular YouTubers, ContraPoints and Hbomb. Zoë publishes informational and educational videos about creating electronic music (and sound, in general) on their YouTube channel. If you ever wanted to know …

12tone music theory videos

12tone

12tone is a popular online education channel that covers all sorts of musical topics, like harmony, arranging, and composition. They produce a new video (almost) every week and seek to inspire a love of music and music theory in as many people as possible. They believe no one should be cut off from learning just …

Music artist Nina Richards standing between an electronic keyboard and a synthesizer, bolding an electronic guitar and holding a guitar pick with their mouth.

Nina Richards

Nina Richards makes music, sometimes just for themselves, sometimes commissions for soundtracks and remixes, sometimes for the likes of Philosophy Tube and H. Bomberguy on YouTube. They can also be found combining musical forces with Zoë Blade. Their music is mostly electronic with analogue synthesizers and occasional guitars and vocals. Nina’s also a web developer, creating their music in their spare …

The Flame musical podcast

The Flame Musical

The people behind The Flame Musical are making podcast musicals that they can be proud of. They want to make musicals that are accessible to everyone and especially focused on the LGBTQ+ community, starting with The Flame. The Flame tells the story of two women: Jamie, a queer bar owner, and Sam, the woman selling …

Ani DiFranco

Ani DiFranco

Ani DiFranco is an American singer and songwriter and the founder of Righteous Babe Records, which she started in 1989 at the age of 19. She has recorded and toured steadily since 1990, releasing more than 20 albums. From Wikipedia: “DiFranco supports many social and political movements by performing benefit concerts, appearing on benefit albums and speaking at rallies. …

Linda Peng, musical artist

Linda

Linda is a violinist and software developer who arranges and records covers of popular music as well as releasing albums of her own original work. She frequently arranges for multiple violins and then performs all the parts, herself. She also records collaborations with instrumentalists and vocalists from all over the world. You could be her …

Bridget Walsh

Bridget Walsh

Originally from Aotearoa (NZ), Bridget has been touring with UK bands since 2013, taking the stage at a number of iconic global venues and festivals, including Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, Boomtown, Sono Centrum, Shambala, Latitude, Estragon Club, Subsonic, Auckland Arts Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe. Bridget’s booty-shaking soul-pop is all about bringing people together and …

Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot is a Russian feminist protest punk rock and performance art group formed by Nadya Tolokonnikova & Masha Alekhina. Since 2011, Pussy Riot has been getting in good trouble, including spending serious time in jail in Russia. Their credo: Anybody can be in Pussy Riot — there’s no limit. Both Nadya and Masha were …

Zheanna Erose

Zheanna Erose

Zheanna Erose is an educator, voice researcher, composer, performer, producer, and all around passionate sound geek. Zheanna strives to create the most efficient technology, information, and presentation to allow anyone to quickly and safely alter their voice. While most of their work is with transgender and gender nonconforming individuals, they explore every possible way to change …