Tia Gostelow started making her mark on the Australian music scene at the ripe old age of 16, when her debut single ‘State of Art’ won Triple J’s Indigenous Initiative of the year, and gained her a place in the 2016 Triple J Unearthed High Top 5. Since then, Tia’s indie dream-pop sensibilities have enticed […]
If you’ve been looking for an Aussie hip-hop artist who delivers sensationally crafted beats, thoughtful lyrics and an easy-listening vibe, while still possessing the power to hype up any crowd – your first stop should be Kwame. If you haven’t already heard of him (where have you been?!), Kwame started turning heads in 2016 thanks […]
Are you a session musician? You really gotta read this. Pete Thoms is the head of the Session Musicians arm of the Musicians Union – UK though he grew up in Melbourne, and studied in Sydney at the Conservatorium before moving overseas. He’s racked up a formidably impressive resume of live performances and tours with […]
Cat Leahy is a woman with many projects on her plate! She runs The Booking Stable – a boutique Music Agency based in Melbourne which she launched in 2009, providing a range of booking and management services such as gig and festival bookings, tour planning, industry advice. Besides from that, Cat also has nearly 20 years […]
Tim Carroll is a dynamic and experienced music industry creative based in Tasmania (via Brisbane) who, like so many others, wears various hats sometimes all at once. From starting his career as a social worker to becoming an award-winning songwriter of internationally renowned band HOLY HOLY, Tim gives us a peek into his world as a […]
The words “organised” and “musician” are not everyone’s idea of a natural pairing. That needs to change. The music industry is fast-paced and multifaceted, so having your ducks in a row can put you a step above the rest. There are definite challenges involved in managing all the different aspects of your project, especially when […]
An EPK is your online media/marketing portfolio. Most booking agents, venues, labels, media outlets, etc are crazy busy and get 500+ emails a day. The notion of “attaching” files, especially large size image or sound files has become redundant – now the preferences are for embedded links to an online collection of “assets”. This one link should include access to everything that anyone might need when examining your work: music & web/social media links, bio and/or media release (presser), a range of photos, reviews, any online retail and show information.