“So, you’ve just seen the cover of Discorder’s October Issue and you’ve decided to vote in the municipal election on October 20, but you don’t know who to cast your ballot for.”
“I have the ability to shape spaces by the music that I play or by just being a black woman taking up space in a venue that is predominantly non-black. Making space is fucking showing up!”
“No one has any prior judgements [about] who I am. It’s like when you move to a new country and get a new credit score”
I did not want to have to change the way I lived my life; I did not want to stop participating in the activities that I saw as central to my identity.
“Many mainstream festivals around the world tend to overrepresent white male filmmakers and it was really important for us to not do that.”
“We’re no strangers to adversity, and it has really been a positive influence on our lives to allow that to come out through our music.”
“Just because we’re underground and experimental doesn’t mean we don’t need to be seen by the status quo.”