Celebrating its fourth year, 2018 Gold Coast Music Awards' announced its winners at a sold out beachside event on 3 May, crowning Australia's indie pop darling, Amy Shark as Artist of the Year for the second time with a couple of surprises in the mix.
Are you an independent artist? Want a shot at US$20,000 and to get your music heard by a host of high-profile music industry professionals in the US? Unsigned Only is for you! Hurry, entries close Friday, 27 April.
BIGSOUND Festival seeks 15 leading emerging artists from South East Queensland to join the Festival Design team and contribute to a precinct wide activation plan. Apply now!
The Activate Music Grant supports the development of the Gold Coast’s contemporary music artists and industry. Funding provides support for projects that build cultural capacity, increase employment and create pathways to sustainable music careers.
Five Queensland artists have made the shortlist for the coveted Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition. Amy Shark, Asha Jefferies, Hatchie, Mallrat and Tia Gostelow are all in the running for the illustrious prize, with four top winners to be announced in May.
The 2018 Queensland Music Awards will spotlight a new wave of songwriters alongside established names with today’s announcement of finalists spread far across the state.