Congratulations to MARLOE who will be heading down to Electronic Music Conference (EMC) next week to attend the conference, co-write one-on-one with Akacia and sit down with 120 Publishing to learn about how an emerging artists publishing can be built into an incredibly valuable revenue stream.
MARLOE is a young independent artist who combines splashes of electronica with lush, soaring vocals and beat-driven melodies. Her shimmering indie-pop tracks are the perfect combo of punchy and playful, and take you on an intimate journey of self experience, and ultimate girl-power-moments.
I’m so thankful and excited to be chosen for this opportunity. Super keen to head down to Sydney to learn from and work with so many amazing industry professionals.MARLOE
Queensland artists Moon Saloon, May Lyn, LUUNG, DENNIS and MiCCY were shortlisted for the opportunity and will have their music played during the EMC panel “Ready For A Topline? Effective Remote Collaboration With Vocalists” which QMusic Program Manager Gav Parry will be speaking on. Get your tickets here.
This is a chance for the shortlisted applicants to get their music heard by artists and industry professionals, with an opportunity to build new connections and collaborate online.
Also making their way down to EMC are Industry Connect and Amplify participants Daste who will be performing for EMC Live next Wednesday 13 November at The Lansdowne.
Get your tickets to see Daste here.
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