Music’s golden girl, Amy Shark will become the inaugural Hall Of Fame inductee after taking out the prestigious Artist Of The Year award while breakout artist San Mei won Song of the Year at last night's Gold Coast Music Awards.
With multiple funding rounds and opportunities closing in May and June, City of Gold Coast have organised representatives from all of the major arts funding and fundraising bodies to spend a day with Gold Coast artists and creatives. Free workshop takes place at HOTA on 11 May, register now!
The Association of Artist Managers Australia (AAM) in collaboration with the City of Gold Coast Music Action Plan 2021 (MAP 2021) is excited to deliver a music managers round table, focused on developing emerging Gold Coast music managers. Apply by midnight 12 May.
The National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) will return later this year, with organisers today opening nominations for the 2019 event, which will take place at Darwin's iconic Amphitheatre on August 10.
He took out the Triple J Unearthed DMA'S remix competition last year, cameos as a lawyer during the day, has signed his debut release to Kim Moyes’ (The Presets) label Here to Hell, and is a current participant in the Industry Connect program. He goes by Borderland State and is worth keeping your ears open for.
Some of the artist managers and industry professionals involved in our free professional development workshop series Industry Connect have divulged their industry insider tips and lessons learnt.
Publicists, digital marketers, radio pluggers and branding experts are all roles in the team that help take your freshly released music from the studio and over to the media. Their focus is on building your brand as a musician and getting your music heard across radio, online, print, TV and streaming service playlists.
QMusic's Annual General Meeting took place on April 16 at X CARGO in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley. The committee presented the results for 2018 with QMusic President Michael Crutcher noting that "QMusic will look back on its 24th year as another success, building on the excellent work that has been done across the last decade". Read the full report.
Riverstage has presented countless diverse and memorable shows over the years and this September will celebrate its 30th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, they want to hear about your experiences and memories from 30 years of celebrating music and culture at this iconic venue. Take the survey or upload your digital artifacts to go into the draw to win a double pass to any gig at the Riverstage in 2019!
Australian and international artists have the rare chance to perform in front of some of the most influential figures in the international music industry by showcasing at BIGSOUND. A showcase opportunity that puts artists in front of the local, national and international music industry delegates. Applications will now close on 16th May.
For the first time in the event’s history, BIGSOUND will also be waving goodbye to its traditional conference home at the Judith Wright Centre and saying hello to Cloudland, providing expanded conference and meeting facilities right in the heart of the BIGSOUND Festival precinct.