Last year, we were turned onto + wrote up WOMAN PRODUCER—NYC duo The Blow‘s “exploration of women as creators of sonic worlds.”

Now, The Blow’s Khaela Maricich + Melissa Dyne have gone from URL to IRL with a series of WOMAN PRODUCER live events, the last of which is being held tonight at National Sawdust in Brooklyn. Previous events have combined conversation and performance with an impressive lineup of artists and tonight’s event serves as an appropriately star-studded wrap panel conversation on music production with Neko Case, Suzi AnalogueZola Jesus, and Miho Hatori.

As they put it:
“The data on female performers who are the authors of their own sound is often skewed by imagery and information about these artists as characters as opposed to creators. This panel provides a platform for conversation about the process of creating the sonic spaces inside of which artists perform.”

Khaela + Melissa will be moderating the panel and, at the time of writing, tickets are still available online (they plan to have some general admission tickets available at the door as well).

The Blow premiered a new song last week too (below) and MTV just premiered an interview they did with Khaela + Melissa on the WOMAN PRODUCER project that you can also check out below.

We recently reached out to Khaela about the series and she’s assured us that there will be more events to come—in NYC and in other cities—so stay tuned.