Exploring the pop-punk-hip hop as a woman in the music industry: The Revolution
The objective of this project is to create an album that gives voice to the non-males in a male dominated genre like pop-punk or punk-hip hop. Bringing a female voice to this style can give a new perspective to this kind of music. This album will include collaborations with some Berklee students, mainly specialized in voice and guitar. The author will study the referenced artists of this genre of music, and study their styles and how they/their team produce. All this process will be elaborated by non-males exclusively, one of the objectives is to demonstrate that non-males can also work with these music genres. This album will be delivered in digital format and attaching all the process and decisions in written form. This could be an opportunity to explore a new sound.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Rock; Alternative; EP; Pop-Punk; Non-Male
Project Components: project video (.mp4), reflection paper (.pdf), EP (ZIP file containing 5 .wav audio files), lyric video (.mp4).
Alós Estreder, Teresa. “Exploring the pop-punk-hip hop as a woman in the music industry: The Revolution.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2021. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/309.