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!
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 […]
Every now and then we are lucky enough to get words from artists right in the middle of their philosophical prime. Grenadiers singer Jesse Coulter knows his music.. also his metaphors and clichés, mostly. Any similarly which includes career success and classic pub feeds is 100 percent to be trusted. But Jesse’s words do have […]
I was recently fortunate enough to attend the first ever VidCon to be held in Australia. Now for those who aren’t obsessed with the digital realm, VidCon is a multi-genre conference relating to all things online. For those with an industry pass, there are countless seminars held to break down different platforms, and how to […]
No one likes talking money ($$ eek), especially when you’re asking someone to pay for seeing you on stage, but it doesn’t have to be a daunting process. While it’s easy to let the venue organise the ticketing and chuck an arbitrary entry fee at them, it may be worth exploring the creative options out […]
This is a guest article written by Mo Jalloh from Sydney based music platform Zimrii The Emergence of BlockChain Technology The emergence of BlockChain Technology has been described as one of the greatest technological advancements since the dawn of the internet, but for a good many people the concept is still quite alien. This is especially true […]
“Success in the music industry isn’t something that you wait for or hope for. It is something that you create, day after day.” ― Simon S. Tam, Music Business Hacks There comes a time when a band reaches a new milestone, whether it’s releasing an album/EP/single or heading off on tour. It’s the kind of […]
Ginger And The Ghost are Missy Gilbert and Daniel Bourne. The band spend a hellofalotta time touring overseas, and with the release of their latest single Kindred Spirits, are heading off again to play packed out shows in Europe until the end of August then heading over to Burning Man in the States for a few shows.
Talented music producer Simon Moro (check out his work at ninetynine100.com) took some time out of his day to produce a quick little guide about common music production myths ahead of his panel at the brilliant Live and Local Festival artist development workshop program happening across the City of Port Phillip this week! If you’re in the Melbourne area do check out this fantastic […]
Ever thought about entering a band comp? Grant Hardisty from Tempus Sun (winners of last years “Melbourne’s Music Bank, winning them a career-making prize pack worth more than $60,000, four days of recording at Melbourne’s The Studios In The City and a spot at Beyond The Valley festival) has offered up his Top 5 Tips for Band […]