Heba Kadry



Heba Kadry

Ingénieur·e du son

Ingénieure du son, elle officie notamment au studio Timeless Mastering et a masterisé de nombreux albums de Prefuse 73, RABIT, Mica Levi, Zola Jesus ou encore serpentwithfeet.

Travail avec Björk

Heba à propos de son travail sur Utopia

Björk’s team is really small. She likes the people around her to be really good friends, people who she likes to hang out with, and collaborators. There was no point in the process where I felt like a hired gun. I always felt very involved. She always says, "I don’t want to be the backseat driver." She’s great about finding what people are good at, and collaborating with them in a very fruitful way.
(...)I could think of only a few records that I’ve worked on where there was a predominantly-women production team — all the way down to the cutting. It’s a ballsy, awesome stance for Björk to be like, "You know what ? Fuck the rules. I don’t care. I don’t have to have massive names on my record. I want to push women forward."

The Fader

Heba à propos de Björk

Björk is fucking cool. She’s always Björk. It’s not like she’s showing up to the studio in sweats and some ratty T-shirt. When Björk shows up, she looks like amazing, and it’s not intimidating. She really is her art. I don’t know what vitamins she takes but she’s on all the time. She’s very aware and always excited and emotional about what she does. There’s real thought and creative intent. Every single lyric, every single verse, every single sound.

The Fader