Do you love Australian music? And do you care about the people who make it? Then be a part of #AusMusicTShirtDay! Find out how to Create a Team with your workmates, school or friends and help raise money for Support Act.
Gold Coast's Amy Shark leads the pack with a staggering nine nominations, with fellow Queenslanders DZ Deathrays, Emily Wurramara, Ball Park Music and Sheppard all in the running.
WAAX, Wafia and Tia Gostelow will all make the pilgrimage to Austin, TX next March for SXSW, while Emerson Snowe has been announced as part of the lineup for The Great Escape, taking place in Brighton next May.
Our friends at BEMAC have given us a double pass to legendary Tuareg guitarist and singer, “the sultan of shred”, Bombino’s live performance at The Foundry on Thursday, 15 November.
Over the next 12 months AMEX will be supporting the Australian music industry by giving music venues, business, artists and fans the opportunity to share in a grant program valued at $1million.
The Access Arts Achievement Award provides funding for Queensland artists, arts workers and producers with disability working in any art form to create, develop, present, produce, exhibit and/or tour their work.
If you're a local artist, creative business or organisation, grants are available to bring your big ideas to life through the RADF. Projects supported are bold, collaborative and fuel the cultural charge that’s happening on the Gold Coast.
The 7th annual Queensland Music Awards will return to the Royal International Convention Centre at Brisbane Showgrounds on Tuesday 19 March, 2019, celebrating what will have been an incredible 2018 for Queensland music. Entries are now open, submit your songs before 12 November!
Applications are now open for the 2019 Billy Thorpe Scholarship, funded by the Queensland Government and administered by QMusic. Now in its 11th year, the award provides $10,000 for an emerging artist to record with an established producer, and receive career-planning advice from Chugg Entertainment. Apply before 12 November.
With #metoo, #menomore and #timesup galvanising public desire for change, one Sydney based researcher is seeking to create a platform for positive change by conducting original research on the scale and nature of workplace abuse in the music industry.
Nominees for the third annual National Live Music Awards have been unveiled, with WAAX and Amy Shark leading the QLD contingent. Find out how you can add your favourite live act to the finalists list and see the winners announced at the NLMAS Gala at the Triffid in Brisbane on 6 November.