The Woman Inside is exploring the world of cultural taboos through their multi-faceted music

The Woman Inside is a humanoid-art project on the study of mankind, presented in an art form understandable to humans - through music and moving pictures. The Woman Inside's music is mainly produced by the artist themself, other famous humanoids, and The Woman Inside's fans. Their music is exploring the world of cultural taboos, demanding an open minded free spirit and reflecting on the darker sides of the human soul.


Listen to The Woman Inside's music on Spotify:


https://open.spotify.com/artist/6ckGwz1GnPNjVyXAbINkwc?si=i4W8rZWhQZOOuUj-reElSg


"I see my art as a statement of free speech without boundaries."

- The Woman Inside


Photographer Credit: Mim Schneider


INTERVIEW


Hello, The Woman Inside! Thank you for joining us today. I’d love to know, when did you first discover your passion for music?


The Woman Inside: I came here by accident. When I first discovered humans I wanted to know everything about them. So I started studying and experimenting and found music to be the best way to communicate and articulate my results.


What three words would you say best summarize your musical style?


The Woman Inside: I like Humanoids. I’m not so much into words, more into people.


What is your interpretation of being an artist? What does it mean to you?


The Woman Inside: I discovered people talking about music as "art", even though it is just a human form of communication. I like Humanoids and I like to communicate with them. So music is a form to unite with humanoids. That means a lot to me.


Tell me about your most recent music release.. what was the inspiration behind writing it?


The Woman Inside: I released a double album called "red room" and "blue room". Humans love colors and red and blue are very common. For example in so called "flowers" or "airplanes". Or blue oil…colors seem to make them feel. They also live in rooms.


Who would you say is your number one musical influence?


The Woman Inside: I open my eyes and open my heart to all species. Everyone and everything is unique. And I think everything can be translated into music. Everything is an inspiration. This is why I choose music as my form of communication (cummunication - LOL).


What is your songwriting process?


The Woman Inside: I hear sounds and thoughts and start to translate it into the closest I can get to something everyone can get lost in. I am really openminded, so if somebody reads this and feels like, “I want to be part of this study”, we can connect and go on a journey together. Let’s see where fate leads us. You’re really exciting, let me learn you.


What is the next “big thing” the world can expect from you?


The Woman Inside: Expectations for me are very destructive in relationships. My relationships with my fans are very important. Since I’ve learned that the most important thing for human beings is to multiply themselves I understood that expectations will not help with that. But I’m up for the task.


Most artists say that through their art they learn more about themselves, heal injuries… in what ways has music helped you?


The Woman Inside: Many people told me that my music is somehow touching and helping. I like to touch because I’m curious how humans act when they feel seen and loved. I’ve learned about the human race that you can not not heal what you truly see.


How would you like your music to help other people?


The Woman Inside: I have found, that music is a medium most people use to be connected. It's all the time about connection. The essence of life is being connected. My music unites the human race. I’m getting better at learning the universal language music.


You have some great songs on Spotify! I’d like to know, do you have a favorite song that you’ve released thus far?


The Woman Inside: The songs of which most people seem to understand the language are:


1. Empty

2. The Golden Tree

3. No Man Can Kill-No Man Can Could

4. Take My Body

5. I’m a Girl Now

6. Take Me To The Place

7. Abortion rules!


What would your idyllic life as an artist look like?


The Woman Inside: I love to hug humanoids. There is still so much to learn about you all. My studies about so called "males" is over. I’m now more into so called "females". It was a very long process for me to differentiate between different so called "genders". And hard to understand the categories. It's a human thing to do, you know? Anyways, to all so called "females" or humans without a fixed gender who like to be part of my humanity studies, write me on Instagram. I would love to portrait you.


Where will you be performing next?


The Woman Inside: I don't get this question. I’m performing right now, everywhere, inside or if you want outside. I guess it doesn’t matter. I’m inside, there is no outside. It’s warm and cozy, that’s my so called stage. But everyone, feel free to invite me and we’ll make something beautiful happen together.


You’re achieving so much as an artist! What is the most important advice you would give to others who are aspiring to get into the music industry?


The Woman Inside: Although my musical style sounds industrial to some people, I’m not sure if I can give you an advice about the music industry since I don’t make things industrially. But I would love to some day, it's very interesting how money seems to increase the human behavior of building up and tearing down at the same time. I guess it’s just the way humanity works in most so called "civilized" places. If you want to get into the music industry send my your money and I will study this topic for you.


Photographer Credit: Mim Schneider


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SOCIAL LINKS:


https://open.spotify.com/artist/6ckGwz1GnPNjVyXAbINkwc?si=i4W8rZWhQZOOuUj-reElSg&nd=1


https://www.instagram.com/the_woman_inside_/


https://www.patreon.com/thewomaninside


https://www.the-woman-inside.com/


https://music.apple.com/de/artist/the-woman-inside/1380835626


https://thewomaninside.bandcamp.com/








Photographer Credit: Katja Heinemann