Hannah Overton is General Manager for UK & Europe at Secretly Group (Dead Oceans / Jagjaguwar / Secretly Canadian). She shares the important lessons from her experience rising through the ranks of the music business as a young woman with no obvious way in.
Dan Butler is Senior Vice President, Business Affairs & Legal for Music at Paramount Pictures. His role is to put together the deals that get the big music into the big movies. Among other things, he’s the guy who put the rock in Rocketman…
Laura Hassler is a lifelong peace activist and musician. She’s the founder and director of Musicians Without Borders who put music at the centre of her work to bring communities together and build bridges in the aftermath of war. Musicians Without Borders was the charity nominated as the cause supported by the MTF Stockholm Splice Trackathon charity EP release.
David Peris makes and maintains websites for rock stars. He tells the story of how he went from watching MTV in his bedroom to running websites for Celine Dion and Roger Waters. And how he ended up with a lot more than just the free CDs he was hoping for back in 1995…
Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author, blogger and activist. In this week’s MTF podcast, he talks about copyright legislation and the trouble with predicting the future.
Steve Lawson is an internationally-acclaimed improvising solo bassist. He gets on a stage by himself with a bass guitar and creates music that not even he has ever heard before. Which – as he puts it – sounds more like a dare than a job.
Hattie Collins is the Music Editor of i-D Magazine, and the author of This is Grime – an oral history of a music that has seen a lot of changes since it began less than 20 years ago. She discusses the origins of grime music and its place in UK culture.
In this week’s MTF podcast: Tim Palm – music producer and engineer. As DJ Arthro, he performs live electronic dance music – mostly using his nose. He talks about how teamed up with a group of brilliant innovators at MTF Stockholm to address a challenge for artists with disabilities and turn that into a new product.
In this week’s MTF podcast, we take you to Croatia for #MTFPula at Infobip – one of Europe’s fastest growing software unicorns. If you want to learn about the personal experiences and insights from the #MTFLabs collaboration with industry, this is the episode to listen to.
In this week’s MTF podcast, #MTFLabs leaders Tim Yates and Tom Fox make new sounds out of found objects & cutting edge innovation from old-school tinkering.
In this week’s MTF Podcast: Matthew Hawn discusses his journey from Silicon Valley to Abbey Road, and his influential role at ground zero of pretty much every major change in the recorded music industry in the digital age.
In this week’s MTF Podcast: Marlies Endres, Lean and Process Manager at Lufthansa discusses the innovation lessons learned at the MTF Pro Labs and how they can be applied in the airline industry.
In this week’s MTF Podcast: Christian Guttmann, Vice President of Artificial Intelligence at Tieto discusses the present and future of AI in society.
In this week’s MTF Podcast: Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid remixes the entirety of technology and society into a 30 minute conversation.
Helen Leigh is the author of The Crafty Kids Guide to DIY Electronics. She brings together craft and technology and makes it accessible to anyone. She was one of the MTF Labs leaders at MTF Frankfurt, where she spoke to MTF Director Andrew Dubber about her work and projects
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