Queensland songwriters have a one-week extension to enter their songs & videos in the 2019 QMAs. The new deadline is midnight Monday November 19, 2018, providing a grace period for those racing to the finish line on new work.
Did you attend Industry Connect? Want to learn even more? Apply now to be part of AMPLIFY, a new opportunity for emerging and developing Queensland artists.
Held in the mountains of Buderim at Heliport Studios, AMPLIFY is a one of a kind songwriting and development opportunity. Focused on creating interactions and learning from Australian songwriters and producers from major labels and publishing houses. AMPLIFY gives emerging and developing artist an opportunity to co-write, collaborate, connect and learn.
Working within Heliport’s multiple recording studios and spaces across the 54-hectare property, AMPLIFY will also work with participants across masterclasses on topics such as mental health, royalties and mindsets for success.
“As a leader in developing artists across Queensland and beyond, we thought it was crucial to create an opportunity beyond workshops and building connections. For the successful Industry connect participants who’ve focused on understanding the industry side of their art, AMPLIFY works a way to expose artist co-writing, songwriting tools and creating collaborative ideas.”Trina Massey
QMusic Program Manager
AMPLIFY is an application-based opportunity for participants of the Industry Connect program from 2017 & 2018 across Queensland.
Successful applicants will need to get themselves to Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast but QMusic will cover accommodation, food, transportation to and from the studio and snacks.
Applications extended til midnight, Sunday 16 September!
Click below and apply now! If you missed out on Industry Connect this year, make sure you scroll down andto QMusic for free and be first to find out about Industry Connect 2019.
QMusic is pleased to announce the top four finalists in the running for the $25K 2018 Grant McLennan Fellowship: Spencer White (Morning Harvey), Gabriella Cohen, Danny Harley (The Kite String Tangle) and The Ironing Maidens (Melanie Stevens & Patricia Preece). Read on to learn more about our finalists!
Nominations for 2018 Aria Emerging Artist Scholarship are now open to any Australian artist (represented by a current ARIA member) that hasn’t been previously nominated for any ARIA Awards category with an Album or Single before the 2018 Awards.
Queensland musicians will have their music heard by prominent music industry executives, festival programmers, booking agents, A&R, radio personalities and tastemakers representing an outstanding breadth and depth of experience. Enter your song into the 2019 Qld Music Awards by Nov 12.
The prize features promotional support to the value of $20,000 to assist with momentum and is awarded annually to the Song of The Year recipient. Enter your songs into the 2019 Qld Music Awards by Nov 12 to be in the running.