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
Daniel Haver has taken Native Instruments from 6 to 600 people over the past two decades. He joined MTF Director Andrew Dubber for an in-depth conversation about his personal journey as well as his philosophies of business leadership and life in general.
Ann Hiatt has spent the past 15 years as the right hand to Eric Schmidt of Google and Jeff Bezos of Amazon. She’s now an advisor to Silicon Valley tech startups with a real insight into creative innovation and expansion strategies that comes from an incredible amount of first hand experience.
Björn Ulvaeus is a music technology investor and partner in an end-to-end music rights application and tool for managing songwriting splits. He also happens to be one of the Bs in ABBA.
Ching-Ching Chen is VP of Business Development for Capitol Records. She joins the MTF Podcast to talk about how digital innovation can help a record label with an incredible historical legacy.
Co-founder of The Orchard Scott Cohen discusses his journey to global digital music domination – and what comes next.
Jeremy Morris is a professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison – and the creator and curator of the podcast archive PodcastRE.
Nancy Baym is a pioneer of internet research and the author of Playing to the Crowd – Musicians, Audiences and the Intimate Work of Connection.
Susanne Fuglsang is the COO of Innovation Pioneers in Stockholm. She joined MTF Director Andrew Dubber to chat about inspiring, managing and applying interdisciplinary innovation.
Adam Scrimshire joins MTF founder Michela Magas on stage at #MTF Stockholm to talk about his life and career in music, and about sustainable independent music in the digital age.
Music tech: it’s not rocket science, you know. Unless you’re an actual rocket scientist… Dr Kelly Snook is a former NASA engineer who’s now making an extraordinary new kind of musical instrument using cutting-edge VR, astronomy and medieval cosmology.
A conversation on stage at MTF Stockholm with Aly Gillani – independent record label manager and Bandcamp’s representative for labels in the UK and Europe.
MTF Director Andrew Dubber met with Anette Novak, the Director General of the Swedish Media Council to talk media literacy, censorship and new technologies.
We were interested in getting to the bottom of the whole music blockchain thing. So we spoke to the person who literally wrote the book on it.
This week’s podcast highlights the MTF Splice Trackathon led by UK producer Femme and features some of the winning tracks for the MTF charity EP out soon.
This week’s podcast features a very special extended interview with electronic music pioneer and regular MTF attendee Graham Massey of 808 State.
While sailing solo around the world Nebojša Stanojević decided to swap his ‘ship’ for a ‘space ship’. He’s now part of a consortium that is one of the 5 finalists for the Google Space-X prize.
Anne Dvinge speaks to Frida Almgren about how her research into the social contexts of live music performance led her to abandon academia and start her Copenhagen-based start-up, Low-Fi.
D.D. Jackson is an Emmy award-winning pianist. He talks to MTF director Andrew Dubber about his composing and arranging work for television and much more.
In this MTF podcast, Peter Jenner reflects on his career as a music manager for legendary artists, from the free festival movement of the 60s to data management.
In this MTF podcast: Professor Danica Kragic, a world-leading expert in robotics and artificial intelligence. She’s also a seamstress and fashion designer.
In this MTF Podcast, Andrew Dubber interviews producer, live sampling musician, fellow festival director and ECM artist Jan Bang.
Matilda George of Ericsson One joins the MTF Podcast to talk 5G technologies, hyper-low latency music, and her role as #MTF Stockholm’s Woman In The Lead of Industry Innovation.
In this week’s podcast, Reuters journalist Jamillah Knowles talks to an artist who bounces sound off the surface of the moon.
This week’s MTF Podcast delves into the memories of film maker Stephan Plank, who grew up around Kraftwerk, Neu, Ultravox, Devo, Eurythmics and more, as they recorded their classic albums in his father’s studio.
The first MTF Podcast asks the question: “What does ABBA taste like?”
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