It's that time of the year when grants and funding opportunities for artists are rolling in!
Artsbridge: Opening 6th Feb
This program supports:Upcoming Grants
If you’re looking to get your music out there, contacting your local and community radio is a vital and exciting step! While you and/or your band may want to jump straight into contacting commercial channels, or even Triple J, be patient.
The launch of the Federal Government's new cultural policy, ‘Revive', outlines a new era for Australia's arts and cultural sector. Revive is the name of the new five year policy, with a tagline that reads, A place for every story, a story for everyplace.
Think of your favourite musicians. Now think about where you discovered them? There is no doubt that you have discovered at least one of them through some visual media, even if subliminally. A television show, a movie, a game!Sync Licensing
While it may not be what everyone wants to hear, TikTok is reshaping the music industry, and quite rapidly at that. Rare are the days when you walk into a music store, spot a cool-looking album and give it a shot. Hacking it in 2022 and beyond: Musicians and The Rise of TikTok
"People in the music industry are uncommonly giving with their time. My experience at BIGSOUND 2022 can be best described as an education in the power of reaching out and asking!"
"It feels like a cataclysmic event for me. I will never be the same."
An independent review examining the Australian contemporary music industry was released today, 1st of September, 2022. Systemic discrimination, sexual harassment, harm and bullying were prevalent in the Raising Their Voice report, which outlined 17 recommendations for change.Music Industry Review: Raising Their Voices 2022 Report
So, you’ve begun your exciting venture into the music industry!? We’ve compiled a handy beginners guide for new and curious musicians. You can download all sorts of great information below - some you might not even know you needed! Starter Pack for Artists
Sixteen Australian music industry bodies representing an industry worth $16 billion a year to the digital, entertainment, hospitality and tourism economies have come together to outline a three-point plan in the lead-up to the 2022 Federal Election.The Australian Music Industry and the 2022 Federal Election
National music organisation Support Act have produced a series of intimate with Australian music industry professionals and their personal journeys with mental health.