Meet Hannah Epperson! She is a New York-based violinist/songwriter/composer with an exceptional ear for anomalous and catchy melodies. Perhaps even more fascinating than her intricate cyclical loops is the fact that her albums are written through the lenses of two alternate identities, Amelia and Iris. One more pop-y and electronic and the other more orchestral and acoustic. Read more about what we think about Hannah in our recent post ‘The Musical Duality of Hannah Epperson.’ In David’s words, “she is not singular in her voice, in her production, or even emotion, rather she is a complex creature; a hive of cells and organs, capable of espousing two disparate sounds, simultaneous yet separate.” We’re beyond honored to have her performing at our first ever No Boys event and hope you make it out to experience her magic.
How would you describe your music to someone who had never heard music before?
H: spruce-tips, morning mycelium stretch, fast-forward 52 hertz whale cry on a dusty cassette tape
When did you start making music?
H: there's music in a baby's bleat, but i think i started wailing in the womb
What are you most looking forward to in this next year?
H: registering voters so that bernie sanders wins the fucking primaries
Who inspires you most?
What scares you most?
What song do you wish you could have been the one to have written?
H: Sonata for violin and cello (I) by maurice ravel