Women’s Month Series
We’re continuing with this month’s theme of featuring women who are killing it in music + tech. Next up, one of our own: Sarah Lamb!
Sarah first discovered the transformative power of music and sound on the dance floors of Toronto’s underground rave scene. This experience of expansion was akin to falling in love with the space between the stars and set the tone for a lifelong heart journey toward all things energy, frequency and flow.
From rave scenes, to (non- club) promoter + label head, to festival organizer, to radio host and beyond. Sarah spent a good portion of her life fueled by a call to create space and community for free authentic expression and experience of music and sound. She did much of this work alongside her partner Alicia Hush, with their collective creation Hushlamb.
In 2007 Sarah met John Alexiou, Co-Founder of StudioFeed. Visions around space for music aligned with and their collaborations began. Taking on many twists and turns over the years, it is now manifesting as Project Immersed; a series around music, health and technology which she produces and co-curates.
Music and Sound continue to be a Guide for Sarah and remains an integral part of the work she does in her community.
Oh and she’s still dancing. In fact she’s dancing like never before!
Q+A with Sarah Lamb
Q. How did you get interested in music/tech?
A.I first discovered the transformative power of music and sound on the dance floors of Toronto’s underground rave scene. This first experience of expansion was akin to falling in love with the beyond and set the tone for a lifelong heart journey toward all things energy, frequency and flow.
Q. You are undoubtedly busy, how do you take care of yourself and maintain a good mental health?
A.Meditation. Breathwork. Movement (Walks in Nature. yoga, dance), celebration. playing. Laughter. stillness. walking slow. running fast.
Q. If you could have one superpower, what would you like it to be?
A.I have a super power already. It’s the light of my heart, love.
Q: What helped you navigate your way through a male-dominated industry?
A. Choosing the music that moved my heart above all else. Good compass. That and my best friend Alicia Hush. We danced our way through a lot of male energy, let’s just put it that way.
Q. What is the best advice you have ever received?
A.Place yourself around people that inspire you, that are moving in a certain frequency that you are attracted to. From this viewpoint, you may learn what you need to know to grow.
Next: some music 👯♀️
dance floor booty shakes and smiles
a good one to let the heart fly with
end of work day, winding it down, pre date zone