In our brand new Visionaries series we take a look at some of the most innovative and forward-thinking artists and projects in electronic music. To kick things off we spoke with LA-based artist LP Giobbi about FEMME HOUSE, the organization that is aiming to shatter industry standards, and help propel female producers into some of the more technical-based roles of the business.
LP Giobbi is the forward-thinking, boundary-breaking artist disrupting dance music today. Widely known for her bass-rattling house beats and electrifying live performances, the Oregon-born, Los Angeles-based legend in the making is a “creative multi-hyphenate” (Billboard): an inspirational producer, DJ, label owner, curator, music director, feminist, entrepreneur and Piano House Queen. Since first breaking into the scene in 2018, she’s become one of the fastest-rising artists in dance music, with both Billboard Dance and Your EDM anointing her as an emerging artist to watch.
An ardent feminist and an advocate for gender equality, LP Giobbi is also the founder of FEMME HOUSE, an educational platform created to address the lack of representation and equity in electronic music by empowering women to learn the language of the studio. Launched at Moogfest 2019, FEMME HOUSE has partnered with and has been sponsored by international music brands and manufacturers like Roland, Moog, Dolby, Ableton, and Native Instruments. As a performer, LP Giobbi is an unstoppable force on the stage. Armed with a host of instruments, including a piano, synth bass, and drum machine, she mixes live elements into her high-energy sets. She’s already delivered next-level performances at marquee events like Coachella, Burning Man, HARD Summer, MTV’s SnowGlobe, Moogfest, North Coast Music Festival, Art Basel and 4xFAR. Her groundbreaking shows have won her the support of leading artists like Diplo, Madeon, Galantis, Jax Jones, SOFI TUKKER and Hotel Garuda, who’ve personally invited her on tour and to share the stage at premier venues like the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles and Brooklyn Mirage in NYC.
You can support FEMME HOUSE here.