On International Women's Day, we honor the powerful female electronic music pioneers who are the foundation of our diverse sound communities. Below are thirteen of these icons and highlights of their cultural contributions.
Since beginning his career in the 1950s, piano legend Dick Hyman has released over 100 albums and played on hundreds of sessions. The prolific jazz pianist is credited on over 1,000 recordings--from radio to television, musical theater to the symphonic stage.
Many years ago, a young Bob Moog started tinkering with electronic circuitry in the basement of his home. This sparked a fascination that grew into what we now know as the foundation of modern electronic sound.