Recently on an episode of popular music podcast Song Exploder, Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler dove into the making of the band’s 2017 album Everything Now, honing in one what it was like to work with Daft Punk‘s Thomas Bangalter. Butler delves into the process behind “Put Your Money On Me,”
It’s thought that the dance floor is a diverse and inclusive space. That’s what they say in songs and magazines, but look at the numbers, and you’ll see a strikingly different story. The dance charts and festival line-ups make for stark reading if you take out all of the male entries. Female participation is still too low – just look at the latest report from Ruidosa – and needs to be addressed immediately. In the meantime, a slow but steady buzz is being made worldwide in regards to not only this issue, but the fact that there are so many talented female producers out there.
The finest purveyor of Future Jack, D.O.D returns to his now fixed home of Axtone Records,
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