Logic1000, EQUAL artist of the month, tells his story through dance music – Spotify
Logic 1000, aka Berlin producer Samantha poulter, may have taken a winding path to the music industry, but she paved the way for other female artists nonetheless. The Australian native’s tracks quickly climbed the charts, attracted a global audience and resonated with top DJs. Her impact on the industry and her advocacy for other female artists also earned her the title of Spotify. EQUAL artist of the month.
Logic1000 started making waves in 2019, when its self-proclaimed “feminine and fun” tunes caught the interest of an influential DJ. Four Tet, who quickly began to defend the tracks of the artist. The rest is history. Today, the creator’s rhythmic beats draw over 500,000 monthly listeners and she celebrates the recent release of her EP In the sweetness of you. His work is inspired by his experiences. The artist shared, “My ears have always been drawn to a particular sound throughout my life, and I think the music I make as Logic1000 is an amalgamation of it all. I want a lot of people to hear my music because it accurately reflects my tastes, and I guess in that sense it’s a way of “telling my story”.
The final chapter in its history includes joining Spotify EQUAL World Music Program. The program, which recently passed the six-month milestone, tackles the gender disparity in the music industry by amplifying and celebrating the work of creative women around the world. The lesson EQUAL campaign expands resources and generates more opportunities for these artists by creating a comprehensive, cohesive and branded experience. Logic1000 will also take its place on the cover of our EQUAL Global playlist, giving it more visibility around the world.
To know this creator, For registration invited Logic1000 to fill in the blanks on her hopes for fairness in music, the emerging artists she watches, and her longtime personal anthem.
The artists who inspired me the most are ____.
[Fellow EQUAL artist] Jorja smith, Summer walker, The child of fate, Missy Elliott, and mazzy star.
One piece of advice I would give to other female artists is ____.
Do your best to be resilient as the industry can be difficult for women at times. Don’t give up if you encounter misogyny. Use it as fuel to make art bigger and better. To be strong! Be strong and be humble with your success.
A highlight of my career so far ____.
When I released my first EP, Logic 1000, few years ago. Back then, music was a hobby and I never thought in a million years that it could be a career for me. It was such an amazing time when Four Tet played a track from this EP to a huge crowd at Coachella. It really opened up a lot of doors for me. It just proves the importance of the great artists who support the smaller and more promising ones.
My creative process consists of ____.
Listening to the music that inspires me in my free time. I find doing this every day motivates me to be a great musician. It creates a lot of emotions in my body, and I use that as an inspiration to make the music I want to do.
One way I would like to see greater gender equity in the music industry is ____.
See women and non-binary people at the top of the music industry. I want them to make the important decisions. I also want to see the artists use their power to make sure the programming is diverse. Perhaps this could mean that artists have gender and racial diversity quotas that must be respected by festivals in order for them to accept the offer to perform.
A promising female artist that I look forward to seeing is ____.
A few promising female artists that I can’t wait to see are Erika from Locker, Molly lewis, and yune pinku.
My girl-power anthem right now is ____.
“Jump, jump” through Destiny Child. It’s been my anthem since I was 14, so it’s a lifelong love.
Crank up the volume on Logic1000 and other creators and stream Spotify’s EQUAL Global playlist below: