Trinity College’s DJ Society, ‘DUDJ’ have announced a panel discussion with EMA, Cáit and Syn on Irish Women in the Music Industry, in honour of Trinity Women’s Week.
DUDJ have announced another huge online event this year, this time featuring local legends EMA, Cáit and Syn for a panel discussion on Irish women in the music industry as part of Trinity Women’s Week. The talk will be focused on showcasing Irish talent and encouraging new emerging artists to take the step to get involved and thrive within the Irish music culture and scene.
The panel discussion will share the artists own insights and advice, while offering a fresh perspective for growth and learning in the scene. The three artists on the panel, EMA, Cait and Syn have all made waves locally and internationally within the electronic music scene. From EMA’s Boiler Room appearance, Woozy label and new Skin & Blister collective, which focuses on uplifting female identifying and LGBTQ+ talent to get involved in the scene, to Cait’s residency with Radiant Love Berlin coupled with huge club and festival appearances, to Syn’s pioneering of the hard-drum sound in Ireland and Internationally with the Flood imprint, and now independently through her exceptional production skills, there is absolutely no slowing down for any of them.
The panel discussion will be hosted by Síofra Carlin, also a rising DJ within the scene with her recent appearances on Out of Space on DDR and Raidió na Life with Gash Collective and Judith Robinson, who will welcome EMA, Cait and Syn, all of whom have exemplified the necessity for a music culture in Ireland which represents a welcoming and encouraging environment for Female, Trans and Non-binary artists.
The panel discussion will also finish with a Q&A, so there’s great discussions to be had. This event is open to everyone and is completely free, however, if you happen to be a Trinity Student you should 100% consider a sign up to DUDJ today for only €2. DUDJ are known for their in depth DJ tutorials and events, with membership perks which include discounts in Dublin’s record stores and club nights (when safe!). DUDJ have previously hosted the likes of Rosa Terenzi, Dublin’s Tommy Holohan, Peggy Gou and Patrick Topping to name a few more.
The talk will take place over Zoom on Wednesday, March 31st at 7PM GMT, follow on the DUDJ Facebook and Instagram Page on the day. You can join the Facebook event page here.