Hookups are an opportunity to interact and network with fellow artists and industry from across your city, mingle with your peers and enjoy some food on us!
PLUS we're giving you the chance to win a mentoring session with Gold Coast producer Paces. All you need to do is RSVP and attend your local Hookups networking event at the Gold Coast, Sunny Coast, Ipswich or Brisbane.
CHILL WITH PACES
Paces has gone from strength to strength since producing Tkay Maidza's track Switch Lanes, which landed in the 2014 triple j's hottest 100. Hailing from the Gold Coast, this dad and dog lover cloaks everything he does in happiness and explosive colour. Blurring the line between club and pop music, Paces reflects his lifestyle - colourful and fun.
'I’m really psyched to be involved. It’s so important to share knowledge with each other, that’s how I started out! Hopefully I have some useful tips that will give someone a nudge early in their career. I find it super inspiring to work with different people so I know I’ll be walking away from this feeling motivated too''Paces
Now in its third year, Industry Connect continues to support new and emerging artists and give them the opportunity to hear from and talk to industry professionals. The program is aimed at helping new and emerging artists better navigate the industry with insight from people who are living and breathing music everyday.
Workshop registrations open soon, you can RSVP below to attend your local Hookup networking event now!
QMusic and the brains behind BIGSOUND have teamed up for the ultimate end-of-year party on Sunday, November 28! Join in on the biggest party to see out a year that sucked and welcome a funner Summer!
Following ongoing reports of systemic bullying, discrimination, and misconduct under Handlin’s leadership at Sony Music Entertainment, Queensland's peak music industry body QMusic has revoked Handlin's 2020 Honorary Award.
The Australian music industry is a delicate ecosystem at risk of total collapse unless it receives critical life support. The success of Australia’s live music industry lies in the people who make the show go on - the technicians, engineers, managers, hiring companies and more - those who are COVID’s invisible victims.
The Billy Thorpe Scholarship returns for 2022, providing the opportunity for an emerging artist to receive $10,000, record with an established producer, and receive career planning from Chugg Entertainment. Applications close 11:59 (AEST) 21 October 2021.