Singer songwriter Beatie Wolfe is at the forefront of pioneering new formats for music, which ‘reunite tangibility, storytelling & ceremony to the album in the digital age’. She has created a series of world’s-first designs that blur the physical and the digital. These include: a 3D vinyl for the iPhone; an intelligent album deck of cards; a Musical Jacket (which was designed by the tailor who dressed Bowie, Jagger and Hendrix) cut from fabric woven with Wolfe’s music. She also developed the world’s first live 360 ̊ AR album stream, broadcast from the quietest room on earth,a unique performance space built around the Nokia Bell Labs’ anechoic chamber.
Beatie Wolfe is the definition of a 21st century artist and perhaps the only musician to have her album’s art exhibited in London’s V&A Museum, to have addressed the VPs of Apple on innovation and have the American Alzheimer’s Association adopt the findings from her Power of Music & Dementia study. Forbes calls Wolfe “an Artist with a capital A” for mixing music with art, technology, science and taking it to entirely new dimensions. She has been described as “Ground-breaking” (BBC News), “Ingenious” (Fast Company), “Extraordinary” (Forbes) and one of “22 folk changing the world” by WIRED Magazine (2017).