Celebrating Women in Techno Music

In collaboration with Design Museum Brussels, KET Magazine and Vjeran are celebrating women in techno music for the International Women’s Day on the 8th of March. In a set recorded in the Design Museum Brussels, among art created and designed by women, Vjeran played a set of tracks produced, featured and/or remixed exclusively by women. Often marginalized and belittled in a male dominated industry, women are an everlasting force of creativity and inspiration in house and techno music. 

Techno would probably not sound as it does today, had there not been for women such as Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram, who pioneered electronic music production before there were any sorts of Digital Audio Workstations and who started an entire era of electronic music production.

Enjoy a set of women in techno as heard through Vjeran’s ear.

Only some of the women who have inspired this set and keep inspiring us:

Aisha Devi, Amelie Lens, Anetha, Anfisa Letyago, Anika Kunst, Anja Schneider, Anna, Aurora Halal, Blanca Ross, Brina Knauss, Charlotte de Witte, Claudia Anderson, Daphne Oram, Daria Kolosova, Dasha Rush, Deborah de Luca, Deborah Walker, Delia Derbyshire, Eliane Radigue, Ellen Alien, Else Marie Pade, Esther Duijn, Fatima Hajji, Giorgia Angiuli, Honey Dijon, Ida Engberg, Indira Paganotto, Juliet Fox, Klaudia Gawlas, Lilly Palmer, Logic1000, Marika Rossa, Maya Jane Coles, Monika Kruse, Nakadia, Nastia Reigel, Nicole Moudaber, Nina Kraviz, Nina Richards, Noemi Black, Nora En Pure, Nusha, Onyvaa, Paula Temple, Peggy Gou, Rebekah, Sama Abdulhadi, Simina Grigoriu, Sophia Saze, Stella Bossi, Suzanne Ciani, TSHA, Zoe Blade

You can find them all on our Spotify playlist as well as on Vjeran’s Soundcloud & Instagram