Solo visual single released Nov 2016
Performed LIVE at ONCE Somerville
Saraswathi Jones was featured as an interviewee in this first episode of the film, released in March 2016 and will be in a longer version of the film in 2017/2018. The mission of The Scarlet Tongue Project is to explore the social taboo of anger as it is expressed by women around the world through art.
Saraswathi Jones' first band, The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library, is a featured group in this 90-min film from the Berklee College of Music about the process of creating a song; you "meet" the band around the 8:30 mark.
Saraswathi Jones interview with the host of Noise-Museum podcast about Music and Critical Education.
Transcript, including References and Songs Included: docs.google.com/document/d/1GbLkG…/edit?usp=sharing
Saraswathi Jones interview with photographer/videographer Sasha Pedro
You Don't Belong Here is the stories of people of different races, gender identities, abilities, religions and sexualities who offer great insight into social oppression, its many forms, and ways to recognize and fight it.
Saraswathi Jones led a songwriting workshop in New York City with the young actors in the 2016 play, "Nari Bidrohi (Women's Uprising)", part of the Bangladeshi Historical Memory Project, to create this original piece of music
Saraswathi Jones led a songwriting workshop and collaborated with Neel Agrawal and Michael Dwan Singh to create original music for this play, part of the Bangladeshi Historical Memory Project.
Original Awaaz Do track "From Darkness" featured on the 18 Million Rising "Voices of our Vote" compilation album
Solo track "Shadi dot com" and Awaaz Do track "Choli Ke Picche" featured on the The Desi Femme Rebellion: Good Girls Marry Doctors mixtape.
GOOD GIRLS MARRY DOCTORS is filled with honest stories, difficult and joyous, heartbreaking and hilarious, from a diverse array of powerful women. These narratives combine to expose struggles that are too often hidden from the public eye, while reminding those going through similar experiences that they are heard, and they are not alone.
Listen to more South Asian American music curated by Tanzila Ahmed & her crew at www.mishthimusic.com.
Featuring Saraswathi Jones on guitar.
Featured vocals from Saraswathi Jones on both tracks from Everything Changed and then Changed Again.