“We want to challenge every norm in every possible way.”
Since the group’s inception, Discwoman has led the charge toward gender equality and equal representation in dance music—not to mention they’ve been guiding lights in using electronic music to affect social change.
Over the last few years, Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, Christine Tran and Emma Burgess-Olson—also known as Umfang—have successfully contributed to progress on a global scale, with many Discwoman-affiliated artists becoming household names along the way. Case in point: Volvox, who recently played Boiler Room’s controversial 5-hour broadcast from Berlin queer sex-party, Pornceptual.
In this extensive new interview, the crew talks about how they got started and what they hope to accomplish in the future. They cover how they choose artists to support, their goal to become unremarkable and what about living in Brooklyn brought them all together.
Watch the video in full above. And if you happen to be in Berlin next week, on Wednesday August 15, the members of Discwoman will be working a pop up shop at the Motto Berlin bookstore in Kreuzberg. Follow the link here for more information.