INTERVIEW W/ HANNAH MATTERSON

Last week Sass and Snarl spoke to the CEO of music development and business support agency, Generator NE. With a focus on emerging music and the digital transformation of our industry, their projects Tipping Point and the Digital Union are supporting the talent of the North East by hosting bootcamps, masterclasses, networking meet ups andContinue reading “INTERVIEW W/ HANNAH MATTERSON”

INTERVIEW W/ PAOLA LEVITCH

Originally from Madrid, UK based artist, Paola Levitch released her debut single “D.” in April this year. The sentimental pop track gained recognition from Abbey Road Institute and BBC Radio Surrey and Sussex as BBC Introducing’s “Featured Artist”. Whilst in lockdown, Levitch released her second single “New Addition” where all funds were donated to theContinue reading “INTERVIEW W/ PAOLA LEVITCH”

INTERVIEW W/ NRTH LASS

With the third issue about to be released this summer, NRTH LASS is a print magazine championing women in the North of England. Founded in 2017 by Jessica Howell and Jenna Campbell, the pair are an inspiration to proud northerners. Celebrating women and their achievements is something Sass and Snarl can’t get enough of! WeContinue reading “INTERVIEW W/ NRTH LASS”

THE BRITS: WHERE ARE THE WOMEN IN THIS INDUSTRY

On the 18th of February, the glamourous ceremony went live from the O2 Arena. With artists flooding the red carpet, Lizzo and Billie Eilish were among the big stand out acts. Starting the night off was rising pop singer Mabel and her hit “Don’t Call Me Up”, giving a happy and smiley performance. Out ofContinue reading “THE BRITS: WHERE ARE THE WOMEN IN THIS INDUSTRY”

THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AND IT’S GENDER DIVIDE

In the UK alone, the music industry is worth £5.2 billion, the growing industry has the cycle of introducing new talent for it to circle around the charts for two months. Out of all this talent, women make up just 21% of artists, 12% of songwriters and 2% of producers. The huge gender divide is notContinue reading “THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AND IT’S GENDER DIVIDE”