ICMP’s Charlotte Hatherley is the latest guest to appear on the ‘Sounds Like These’ podcast. 

Every episode is hosted by ICMP's Lara Magnelli from the Marketing Team with each guest discussing their careers to date. 

Previous shows have seen the likes of Charlie Thomas, Audrey Riley and Lia Mice talk about their experiences and offer insight on how to succeed in the music industry. 

In this interview, Charlotte discusses the different stages of her career, from playing bass and guitar with Imelda May to sharing the studio with Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood.

Commenting, Lara said: 

I remember watching Charlotte in Ash's 'Burn Baby Burn' video on MTV when I was a little kid and dreaming of being a rock n roll queen like her. "

"While I never really managed to learn to play the guitar properly, I am happy and proud to say I've interviewed Charlotte twice and got to know her a little bit!"

Elsewhere in the conversation, Charlotte talked about her creative process and working as a composer for visual media.

She also explored her essential advice for anyone looking to break into the music industry as well as the challenges of becoming a mother and still pursuing a career in the sector. 

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