Terry Tyldesley speaking on a panel about the music industry at Co-operative Congress

Music Producers Guild Awards 2024

I had an extra special night at the 2024 Music Producers Guild Awards at Troxy as I had been longlisted in the Self Producing

AI & Music conference in Cambridge

It was great to be invited to the Sound of Tomorrow conference to talk about AI in Music in an in-depth fireside chat with Emm

Interview on AI in music for Roland

Artificial Intelligence is currently such a big theme and it was great to be interviewed by Roland Global for this feature on

Masterclass featured in the Break music guide

Photos by @efraims.daughter I’m delighted that my Masterclass in Music, Technology, Creativity and Entrepreneurship feat

BBC News Interview on AI in Music

I was delighted to be invited on to BBC News, to talk about AI in Music to a global audience. Presenter Matthew Amroliwala ask

Speaking at #BREAK23 in Aveiro, Portugal

I’m delighted to be speaking at the brand new ‘BREAK IN CASE OF EMERGENCY‘ music event in Aveiro, Portugal o

Kyub Programme Mentor / Speaker

I’m very pleased to be a Mentor / Speaker on the KYUB Innovative Sonic Culture programme for Ukrainian artists, that is

New date – Scale-UP talk in Manchester 22/11

‘Back to Live.. Back to Reality?’ is the title of the thought-provoking event I’ll be speaking at in Manches

Music and tech panel at IKLECTIK 30/8/22

I’m pleased to be joining Sean Hurley, Connor Hurley, and Robin Lockhart at IKLECTIK Art Lab in London on 30th August, f

JUMP Music Market Closing event

Photos by Ana Viotti I was recently in Lisbon at the magnificent closing event of the first JUMP European Music Market Acceler

JUMP European Music Market Accelerator

JUMP European Music Market Accelerator alumni, tutors, and music festival partners will be gathering in Lisbon this month to c

AI for Creatives panel at Linecheck

We had a powerful discussion about AI for Creatives at Linecheck Music Meeting and Festival in Milan. I moderated a panel with

School of Music Business Lectures

I’m delighted to be lecturing again this year at the School of Music Business, on Music Tech and Innovation. I started w

Speaking and mentoring

I regularly speak and moderate at music and technology conferences and events, and do interviews on television and for other media. Recent areas for discussion have included AI, VR, social tech, community, equality, and the streaming economy.

I also mentor and lecture, for international and national organisations working with innovators and artists.

Moderating AI for Creatives panel at Linecheck Milan, Photo Luca Marenda

Speaking and moderating

Events include:

  • Berklee Innovation Conference
  • Sound of Tomorrow AI & Music Conference
  • European Lab
  • MTF Labs (FKA Music Tech Fest)
  • The Great Escape
  • BREAK Conference Portugal
  • Resonate Scotland
  • Linecheck Milan
  • Music in Lisbon
  • Co-op Congress
  • Featured Artists Coalition
  • Ascension Ventures
  • Iklectik Art Lab
  • From Me To You
  • Sound City at Manchester International Festival
  • Scale-UP Sessions Manchester
  • Pivotal Birmingham

Television and Media

BBC World News – Interviews on AI in the music industry

VICE – Interviewed for a feature on artists using AI in music

Roland – Interview on AI & Music

Lecturing / education

BREAK Conference, Portugal – Masterclass and Round Table on ‘Music: Technology, Creativity and Entrepreneurship’

School of Music Business – lecturing on music tech and innovation to students across the world

London College of Creative Media – lecture on creative entrepreneurship

Woolwich College – speaker on music tech at an International Women’s Day careers event


JUMP EU Music Market Accelerator. VR, AR, software and hardware projects.

KYUB – Iklectik and Institute of Sound

Private mentoring

Podcast interviews

More Than A Shop, Co-operatives UK podcast, presented by the BBC’s Elizabeth Alker, with Chris Hawkins from BBC 6 Music

The Feminist Internet

ABC Music

Science Roadie

Loud Women

Bugeye’s Rock, Pop, Rambles

The Dorising Podcast

Kat Five

Kat Five – photo by Keira-Anee Photography

I write, produce and perform as Kat Five and in my band Feral Five, who are known for experimenting with new tech. We’ve created music with sonified algorithms, played Music Tech Fest with a 3D printer, and worked with AI tools on our recent album ‘Truth Is The New Gold which explores truth and trust. I was recently interviewed on global BBC News about AI in Music, in the industry as a whole, and to discuss how I used it.

Feral Five signed to the Reckless Yes label for the album, which came out in 2023 on Vinyl, CD, and Digital, and featured on BBC 6 Music, Radio X, and other leading stations around the world. We were honoured to see the album included in the Louder Than War Albums of the Year list in great company, and we had a track – ‘Silver Sky’ – in Electricity Club’s Songs of the Year.

Electronic music legend Martyn Ware (Heaven 17, Human League, Tina Turner) also remixed the album title track ‘Truth Is The New Gold, ramping up the funk with ear-worm synths and cash register percussion.

Martyn previously invited us to create new music for his Picasso Portraits event at the National Portrait Gallery in London. We’ve also played film director Danny Boyle’s Shuffle Festival, supported Black Grape, and played Cro Cro Land and Nasty Women festivals.

We recently created an interactive live show with live algorithmic visuals in collaboration with artist/technologist Jonathan Hogg, where the audience can share their thoughts on truth to be included in the visuals and the music.

As Kat Five I’ve released self-produced solo tracks, collaborated with artists such as Misled Convoy (Pitch Black), jammed on the IRCAM stage in Paris, remixed emerging classical composer Monefa Walker, played on a Horace Andy remix track, and contributed to sound art broadcasts and installations.

I am also part of the international women in music tech community, and a member of the Music Producers Guild, The Ivors Academy, The Brit Awards Voting Academy 2024, and the women and non-binary music producers group 2% Rising.