"The excellent series pairs female musicians for invigorating, one-off songwriting collaborations in a casual setting"
"This platform has given much-needed visibility to female musicians..."
“The Hum is a beacon of divine feminine and genderqueer artistry that does more for creatives than a weekend spent fist-pumping to a backing track”
“The Hum…put together an evening of ethereal music that truly took my breath away.”
“The Return of the Hum, Brooklyn’s Buzzworthy, Women-Only Concert Series (Don’t worry, fellas, you’re allowed in the audience)”
"The Hum has done more for female musicians in a couple of years than a sophisticated holographic computer designed to be a surrogate mentor to musical babes with magic powers could do in a lifetime."
"Forging Creative One-Off (or Not) Collaborations at the Hum Series"
[Critics Pick] "A cool series uniting luminaries from the worlds of indie pop, R&B, art rock and beyond for one off collaborations."
Talkhouse Weekend Playlist: The Hum (Speedy Ortiz, Zenizen, Hite, and More) Prepare to Team Up
"Nothing beats a blue Monday quite like a musical genre-bender, feminism and a cozy Greenpoint piano bar"
How many incredible shows have you attended where the line up is 100% male? We don't tend to think about it, because that is not the point. The point is (and will always be) the MUSIC. Having a 100% female lineup for a show, and seeing people leave the venue smiling, talking about the quality of the music (and not about how it was all female), seeing them dance, and then shedding light to the fact that it was all female is so important — and so powerful. It reminded me that we are all stronger together, and that there is really nothing that compares to the power of a group of women working together.
"The venue was packed all night, with the crowd spilling out of the showroom into the hall and sitting on the floor rows deep." -
"The Hum is unlike most residencies"
"For audience and artists alike, the project has been inspiring and expansive"
“The series is a flashpoint for the audience, giving them a glimpse of one-night-only chemistry between artists, often with original songwriting for the performance.”