QLD: INDIE 101

Are you writing songs and balancing the books? Don't miss Indie 101.

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NEW VENUE! We'll be at The Zoo in Fortitude Valley

We're teaming up again with AIR (Australian Independent Record Labels Association) for the annual Indie 101 member event, and diving in to the self-releasing recording process and promotional campaign, and wrapping up with timely tax tips. 

The evening will include:

  • CASE STUDY: How to release your own music, from recording to launch to live, with special guests Tia Gostelow and co-managers Kristy Gostelow (Kadence Group) and Graham 'Asho' Ashton (Footstomp Music)

  • Marcus Walkom (Media Arts Lawyers) with an AIR update

  • Tax Time tips and workshop with Scott Maughan (RSM Accounting)

APRA AMCOS reps Andrew Tuttle and Kellie Lloyd will moderate the discussion and be on hand for member queries. 


Event Info

Date
18 Jun 2019 - 18 May 2019

Time
6pm-9pm

Cost
Free


Website
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