Teplice has released her debut EP, ‘Bright Future’, via London artist E.M.M.A’s Pastel Prism label.
‘Bright Future’ is an intoxicating four-track offering of experimental pop, downtempo electronics and new age ambience. The Berlin-based Londoner, who started making music after attending E.M.M.A’s producergirls workshops in 2016, has said that, with the EP, she “wanted to think about time in relation to everything we fear, long for and expect.”
E.M.M.A wants to take her free Producergirls workshops nationwide next month, by launching a Kickstarter page to fund the series' ongoing expansion across the UK.
Launched last year, E.M.M.A teamed up with software creators Image-Line (the brains behind popular production program FL Studio) and tech giants Ableton to host free music production classes for women in London. Alongside E.M.M.A herself, fellow Producergirls crew members include Glasgow-based artist Nightwave, P Jam, Explicit and Hyperdub’s Ikonika.