13 musicians go public on sexism and misconduct in Danish music industry

In a new documentary, 13 female musicians share their testimonies of unwanted touching, verbal and text-message harassment, everyday workplace sexism, and exploitation in the Danish music industry. 150 further interviews and several industry studies corroborate their experiences.

The area around the pavilion stage hosted music talks and other events for curious fans
Photo: Roskilde Festival

It’s the early 2000s. 17-year-old Kat Stephie is standing in front of the microphone in a recording studio, singing the debut song that might catapult her to fame.  She is completely new to the music industry, and this could be her big break. Then, the producer interrupts her with the words: “Now show me your […]

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