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Eve Barlow & Hudson Mohawke

About the Event

The session with Hudson Mohawke and Eve Barlow will take the form of an interview with the producer about his background, his path to his career, his experiences of the industry, his biggest breakthroughs and successes and his advice for students who are looking to forge a similar path to him. There will be opportunity for questions.

About Hudson Mohawke

Hudson Mohawke HeadshotHudson Mohawke (Ross Birchard) has been on a meteoric rise the last few years, working with some of the biggest names in hip hop, pop and dance music. Starting from a bedroom in Glasgow when he was barely a teenager, from age 15 he was an award winning scratch DJ producing happy hardcore on cracked software - he came to define a generation of electronic fusion producers but unlike many of his peers, Hudson has matured into a fully fledged contemporary hitmaker continually working to break the mold.

Born of the underground club scene in the UK, ‘Hud Mo’ has been releasing music for the last 10 years, cultivating a formidable presence in the community. His US break-out came in 2012 with TNGHT, the collaborative project with fellow producer Lunice, which saw their production influence the A-list in rap and help remind the US dance scene of Hip Hop as the most important contemporary club music. To date - Hudson has worked with Drake, Kanye West, John Legend, Travis $cott, Future, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Pusha-T, Tinashe, Blood Orange, The Foals, Frank Ocean, Bjork and Antony & The Jonsons.

About Eve Barlow

Eve Barlow Headshot

Eve Barlow is a music and culture journalist. She began a career in media as a Deputy Production Manager at BauerMedia. Between 2009-2012, Eve edited some of the biggest entertainment magazines in the UK including Q Magazine, MOJO, Empire, FHM, and Kerrang! In 2012, Eve was invited to become the Deputy Editor of the NME, then the biggest weekly print music title in Europe. As second-in- command, Eve ran the shop floor and produced a weekly print product, while also liaising with the online team responsible for the leading music website in the world, NME.com.


During her tenure at NME, Eve was integral to breaking several enormous world acts, including Haim, Disclosure, Wolf Alice, Jessie Ware, Chvrches and more. She also leveraged world exclusives with global acts such as Daft Punk, David Bowie and Arctic Monkeys. Eve was responsible for heading print content at the NME Awards, which is one of the UK music industry's biggest nights, and led the NME team at the Glastonbury music festival in both 2013 and 2014. Eve's reputation in the music industry for nurturing new music and building communities is second-to-none. In 2014, Eve left the NME and emigrated to America.

She has spent the past six years in Los Angeles as the go-to music and pop culture writer for countless titles including The Guardian, The Sunday Times of London, New York Magazine, GQ, Billboard, EW, NPR, Pitchfork, ELLE, and more. She has written over two dozen cover stories and interviewed the biggest stars in the world; from Debbie Harry to Kim Kardashian, Billie Eilish to Future, Dave Grohl to Lenny Kravitz, and Shania Twain to Robert Pattinson, to name a few. She has continued in a tastemaking role and writes bios for emerging and established acts, and has been crucial in the coverage of growing acts such as The 1975, MUNA, Maggie Rogers, Clairo and Lizzo. Eve has been at the forefront of widening the scope of pop culture coverage and a leader in progressive intersectional representation as regards equal coverage of female artists, LGBTQ+ artists and BIPOC artists.

 

Event Details

Start Times
  • 1st July 2021, 19:30 BST (British Summer Time)

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