Andrew Tuttle is a musician, promoter, writer and arts administrator from the sub-tropical paradise of Brisbane, Australia.
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Currently under his own name, and previously under the moniker Anonymeye, Andrew creates a sonic synthesis that explores the relationship between instrumentation, structure and genre within electronics and acoustics. Since 2002, in various guises, Andrew has released three albums, a dozen EP/short form releases, and appeared on a score of compilations; as well as performing throughout Australia and in Europe.
Andrew currently works for APRA AMCOS as a Writer Services Representative, and has previously worked in executive, programming, production, and arts administrative roles for organisations including Sound Summit, New Weird Australia, QPAC, Brisbane Festival, Straight Out Of Brisbane, and Mistletone Records and Touring.
Andrew is also the sole director of Micronations, a touring and events company that has presented national tours and single events for musicians and bands from Australasia, Asia, North America, and Europe. Through Micronations, Andrew has additionally provided music programming services for Brisbane Festival, Room40, Audiopollen Social Club, and other organisations.
Using experience gained through working in an executive role with not-for-profit arts organisations including Sound Summit (Festival Co-Director) and New Weird Australia (Co-Director) and as a recording and touring musician, in 2011 Andrew established a freelance grant writing service for musicians, artists, and arts organisations. As a freelance writer, Andrew has written grants for, consulted on grant applications, or presented grantwriting workshops for organisations, musicians, and bands including Music Victoria, QMusic,Mistletone Records and Touring, Creative Regions and UnConvention.