The Muso team is painting Cronulla purple from November 6-10.
AMW is a week of industry parties, workshops, seminars and music that aims to preserve and enhance homegrown music placing the onus on valuing artistic talent.
The Sydney based conference will boast performances from over 150 emerging, grassroots artists, across venues in the Cronulla district and you can bet we’ll be there getting around alllll of it.
But lapping up good Aussie talent isn’t all we’ll be there to do. Over the course of the conference we’re creating more opportunities for live music. Yep, more gigs at a music conference - Strange, unusual, different.
We’re proud to be sponsoring the event alongside the likes of Heineken, Oztix, JPG and Stage Kings. As part of our partnership, we will be activating the Cronulla area with pop up live music hot spots, workshop spaces, interviews and overall, vibes.
It’s all going to start with the big kahuna that is our Muso Showcase. On the 6th of November, we’re kicking off our AMW week with a party, full to the brim with Muso artist goodness. Our tasty lineup includes (but is not limited to…):
Velvet Bloom (VIC)
Michael Kopp (NSW)
Folks, it’s comp time.
Muso HQ wants to give one talented up and comer the opportunity to kick off AMW with us. To apply, upload some hot original content and show interest in the featured gig ‘AMW Muso Launch Party.’ Event details are all on Muso.
Not on Muso yet? Apply for an Access Code here.
If you’re around Cronulla on the night of the 6th of November, swing by El Sol from 7:30pm to get some tune-a tacos in ya. Say my name on the door for a confused expression from the bouncer.
BoomChild have released a new dance-floor banger, and my Tasmanian oak floor boards are here for it.
Words by Peta.
The only plus side of some psycho virus out there stopping us all from playing gigs and slamming on the industry we love, is that we’ve been given the ticket to a one-way forced staycation. A journey of artistic discovery, where one slows down in order to keep up and come out the other side. Where finding new ways to be creative will keep you from falling into the decline of insanity.
Words by Kavina.
A whopping $300 million has been lost in revenue by the Australian music industry. So what’s being done to help the industry bounce back when this is all over and what can we do to support musicians and venue owners?
Words by Annie-Mei Forster.