GYROstream are bringing their huge artist discovery and development competition 'Big Boost' back for 2019. Big Boost aims to give artists the leg up they need to take their music global and they've put together a whopping $10,000 prize pack for the lucky winner.
The winning artist receives:
- Flights to Brisbane from any capital city in Australia or Auckland (NZ) (including accommodation)
- Two day recording session at Airlock Studios (owned by Ian Haug of Powderfinger/The Church)
- Professional mastering of the single through Tempus Mastering
- Global distribution of single through GYROstream
- GYROpr LITE campaign for single launch
- Delegate pass to an Australian or New Zealand music industry conference of your choice in 2020
- Mentoring session with leading booking agent and artist manager Dom Miller of New World Artists/ Bluebeard Music
- Professional photography shoot to the value of $400
- Riffs & Licks Music - Music store voucher for $500 of new gear
- I Heart Songwriting Club 2 x 10 week terms and Creative Freedom Mentoring session with Founder Francesca de Valence (Valued at $397)
Are you an independent artist who has what it takes?
Sign up free to GYROstream and enter your song before midnight Tuesday 31 December 2019.
Winner to be announced in late January 2020.
Recording sessions will take place in the first quarter of 2020.
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