Femme Issue Three Is Here!
It seems with each Editor’s Note that we write, the fight for gender equality in the music industry becomes more of a discussed topic. More and more womxn and non-binary people have been speaking openly about the importance of collaborating with one another and calling out the bullshit of the industry, and it fills us with joy that our fight for gender equality in the music industry is spreading.
With every release that we do, we learn more about ourselves, industry issues, what musicians would like to change, and how we can help to change it. With our third issue being our biggest one yet, we’ve had the pleasure of working with a wider range of creatives, artists, and musicians than ever before. Our message is even spreading overseas, where we’ve only gone and got the world’s most exciting new act, Confidence Man, as our cover stars!
This issue is also exciting for us as we’ve taken on two new members to our creative team, Maisy Farren and Ellinna Horton. We wanted the design of Femme to actually do the work of our contributors justice, and the pair have definitely made that happen for us.
Issue Three feels a lot more personal to us than anything else we’ve made in the past. It’s definitely taken the longest to put together, contains some of our favourite bands and musicians that we’ve been extremely lucky to work with, personal essays, and completely unseen content. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed making it.
You can buy Femme Issue Three here.
This issue wouldn’t have been possible without the help of all the amazing people we’ve worked with over the past six months. Thank you to Steve at Carry On Press, the teams at Borkowski, INSIDE/OUT, and Virgin EMI, Anna at End Of The Road, Liv at One Beat PR, Will at In House Press, So Young Magazine, and all the fantastic creatives we’ve worked with for believing in Femme.
Editors & Founders
Dani Ran and Grace Goslin
Maisy Farren and Ellinna Horton
Neelam Khan Vela
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