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Tips for sustainable practices in the industry: feat. Tim Hollo

Festivals and gigs, regardless of how big or small they are, are loads of fun – we go to meet up with friends and family, escape the humdrum of daily life, and to be exposed to new music and culture or simply to be entertained. But we rarely consider the demands our events make of our environment. …

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A Week in the Life Of…Al Parkinson, Membership Coordinator at Music Victoria

What can we say, except that the music industry is one full of multi-talented women. Meet Al Parkinson, chiefly the Membership Coordinator at Music Victoria, but we promise that’s not all she does. Al surrounds herself with as much music-related business as possible and has worn a number of hats in the Melbourne music community. She performs …

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A Week in the Life of… Laura Imbruglia, Project/Marketing Manager at Music Victoria

  Previously known solely as a musician, the wonderful Laura Imbruglia wears many creative hats, from TV producer, to radio host, screenwriter and director. Seriously, is there anything this lady can’t do? Segments from her web series “Amateur Hour” have been seen on ABC Iview, screened at St Kilda Film Festival and included in the 2017 music documentary …

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Tinariwen’s Savvy Seven

Since forming in 1979, the GRAMMY award-winning Saharan Desert rock group, Tinariwen, have expanded their audiences across five continents with hundreds of concerts, honing their music skills to a fine point. Through countless world tours, eight albums and influencing the likes of Thom York & TV On The Radio, Tinariwen have proved that they are kings of the …

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Tibi Access Consultancy: Gigs For One And Gigs For All

Disability acces is a hugely important part of events of any size, but often it’s not given the attention it deserves. Placing wheelchair users or those with limited mobility in sectioned areas off to the side of a show or at the back of a crowd results in optimal safety but something of a sub-par event experience. If you hate it when a tall person stands in front of you in a moshpit, imagine what it’s like to be at the back of a crowd where EVERYONE is taller than you!

PARENTING THE MUSIC: Navigating the Music World as a Wary Parent

It’s 2018, musical careers are starting younger and the industry is more accessible than ever. Now a kid can write, record, produce and share a song within a day; and they don’t even need an instrument. With platforms like Triple J’s Unearthed and Unearthed High, YouTube, and Soundcloud; the capacity for a musician to have themselves heard …

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