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Celebrating Women in Electronic Music

On this special day for women all around the world – who will perhaps have, for some of them, the chance to experience a glimpse of the respect and recognition they often are deprived of on a daily basis, we thought it would be fair to highlight the feminine characters we’ve felt much lucky to feature in a way or another on Inverted Audio. Here’s a little retrospective

Beatrice Dillon: Contrasting Patterns

After her performance at the first iteration of the Cairo edition of Masafat Festival on 20th September 2016, we took the chance to find out more about what makes Beatrice Dillon tick, her creative process and composition methods.

Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer

The new Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer split is a study in the ways a track can be pulled apart and reconstructed, a split release that does that rare thing of presenting two artists sonically distinct but somehow connected through concept.

Terraforma: A World For The Senses

The mystical bond between nature and sound has proven once again that music is not only something you hear but a physical vibration that shakes both the earth and skies in one go. Terraforma gave birth to an idyllic world free of the bourns that would impede its expansion to weave the sound and universe as one.

Terraforming with Ruggero Pietromarchi

Taking place within Villa Arconati, an 18th Century Baroque villa on the outskirts of Milan, Terraforma is considered as one of the most innovative musical events in Italy. We caught up with director Ruggero Pietromarchi to discover the festivals roots.