Press : Interview: Victim Of Sound

DIY is a dangerous phrase – I’m very proud of what I’ve achieved on my own but never wanted to be limited by the number of hours in the day, so I’m very happy to have started the year working with a manager, who helped me license my new album to The state51 Conspiracy. It’s an absolute dream to have help with this project for the first time in 6 years and I’m excited about what we can achieve together. She Makes War had grown to a point where it was extremely difficult to keep it going all on my own, so I’m interested to see what 2016 will bring now I have a talented team around me.

…I’m happy to collaborate with people in other scenarios but not with She Makes War. It’s my art project; my personal stories, thoughts and emotions fully realised in musical form. Having said that, I was thrilled to have Dan Austin on board to mix the album – he totally gets where I’m coming from and respects what I’ve created, so I knew I could hand him all the files, step away and wait patiently to receive killer mixes from him. He did an incredible job.

~ Christine Caruana, Victim Of Sound.