I initially looked at house as being a simple art form that was going to be an easy way to break into the music industry.watch now
In my 20s, I was a mess. I have no problem saying it.watch now
The microphone I was singing on [for Daft Punk] – aside from being more than my car is worth – was the one Frank Sinatra sang on.watch now
One of the leading voices of early dancefloor bibles Jockey Slut and The Face, Emma currently makes radio documentaries for the BBC, and works with the journalists and designers at LIVE, a website, magazine, and YouTube channel run by young people under professional mentorship. She has also served jury duty on the Mercury Music Prize judging panel, curated several compilations for Soul Jazz Records, and hosted panel discussions with some of music’s true greats, from John Cale to Andrew Weatherall.