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ALL - Australian

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To help with easy access - all the Australian-based Audible Women

ALL - experimental

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All mixed up together - all artists are listed here. They also appear under multiple other categories... it's very postmodern.

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And all the international Audible Women

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field recording

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Emily Bennett

Posted in , , , , , , , , , on 5-9-16

I am an improvising and experimental vocalist that works with synthesized and site-specific sounds. I have collaborated with choreographers, theatre makers), journalists, young people and more recently, constructed works for live music performance that fuse sound design and composed work with future directions in real-time improvisation.

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Riz Maslen

Posted in , , , , , , , , on 3-22-16

Riz Maslen, who records as Neotropic and Small Fish With Spine, has been described as one of the most prominent women composers working in post-techno experimental electronics. In addition to her warm electronic programming, Maslen’s music also embraces folk, psychedelic pop and her interest in experimental filmmaking.

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Zahra Mani

Posted in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 3-22-16

I am a musician, composer, sound and radio artist. I play a number of instruments, including double bass, guitars, and the piano. I use my field recording archive to create organic electro-acoustic soundscapes for my compositions and performances.

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Astrid Zeman

Posted in , , , , , , , on 2-16-16

Astrid Zeman is a vocalist, composer and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, trombone, piano) who creates live, ambient soundscapes using a loop pedal. Through recent explorations of her physical self as an instrument, she has learnt throat and harmonic singing alongside body percussion and mouth manipulations including tongue clicking.

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