JOIN THE MOVEMENT

Join us and advocate for a better and more diverse Music Industry. You as an individual can be a role model and help the change, all you need to do is take action and work with the creatives around you.

WHAT CAN I DO?

BUILD YOUR OWN GENDER BALANCED LIFESTYLE

From the creatives and colleagues you work with to the music playlist you listen to on the way to work. Do you have a gender balanced lifestyle? Taking the time to network with women is an amazing way to support yourself and uplift. Use your music consumption to reflect on your choices, does that festival lineup have horrific gender representation? Maybe next year… Looking to start recording? Maybe look at boosting up the 2% of female producers in our industry..

BECOME A SASS AND SNARL BRAND AMBASSADOR

To help you build that network of women around you, become one of our brand ambassadors! If successful, you will be invited to a chat full of advocates trying to build a more diverse music industry where we talk about new talent, upcoming events and how we can support women in music. All you have to do is fill out our form on this site and tell us why you would be a great ambassador for Sass and Snarl. Being a brand ambassador also means you might be able to get some discounts to our future events and merch so what’s not to love? Join now!

SUPPORT THE WOMEN AND GENDER MINORITIES AROUND YOU

A huge part of self promotion is supporting others! Share work that deserves attention, help a woman in the industry get noticed, collab and work together to showcase the amazing talent in this industry going unnoticed. At Sass and Snarl we feature as part of our FUTURE CEO campaign a talented up and coming woman in our industry every single week. Supporting these young women inspires our followers and connects them to a relentless creative in the music industry. If you see something that impresses you, share it!

ATTEND SASS AND SNARL EVENTS

Not only will we show you how to communicate your value but also how to fight against the lack of representation for women and gender minorities in this industry. We will be hosting panels of talented industry professionals to carry on the conversation of the lack of diversity in this industry and ways we can improve it.

LEARN FROM OTHERS

Organisations like KeyChange, Women in Music and She Said.so are great places to go learn from talented women in the music industry and educate yourself on the lack of representation we face. Updating your knowledge is a great way to help the push for equality. From reading their campaigns and following their content, you can also connect with like-minded creatives around you and help build your own gender balanced community.

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