We are very excited to be collaborating with Group Therapy to curate a month of free online talks, workshops and Q&As to help people get started in the music industry, with a focus on mental well-being. The online events will run throughout March and topics include How to Start an Independent Record Label with Slow Dance, Untitled and Speedy Wunderground, A Beginners Guide to Music Sync with Woodwork Music, CV & Cover Letter tips with Route & BIMM, Mental Health & The Music Industry Panel, Creativity in Production with Dan Carey & Josh Baxter, and many more.
Route Free CV Service
In light of the ongoing lockdown we realise that the future feels more and more uncertain, especially for those currently studying or looking for work.
The best course of action you can take right now is to prepare yourself for when things are looking up and more opportunities arise. This is why we are offering a free CV service throughout Jan and Feb to 16-25yr olds who are currently unemployed or in full time education.
We spoke to Ruth to find more about her role as Creative Sync Manager at a major label, the skills needed to be successful and the avenues to go down when looking for an entry level job in this area.
We spoke to Attitude Is Everything’s Head Of Volunteering and Skills Development, Paul Hawkins, about the steps companies can take improve Deaf and disabled access to live music on stage, in audiences and behind the scenes.
University isn’t for everyone but it’s often hard to know what other options are out there. We spoke to six women who built careers in music without a degree to hear how it worked for them.
We sat down with Kieran to talk about the importance of recognising mental problems early on. Here he opens up about his own struggles, offers advice on getting help, and how having a boss that recognises the need for down time can make all the difference in this fast-paced industry.
Letitia Douglas, Studio Assistant at Manchester's Reform Radio speaks about the support and training the station has given her, and gives advice to others her age wanting to get a foot in the door of the music industry outside of London
“Be brave in sending editors your ideas but don’t be disheartened if they get rejected.”
As Head Of Press at 4AD, Annette Lee has worked on campaigns that have seen the likes of Future Islands and The National grow from niche acts to arena stalwarts. We had a chat to hear how she came to work in music PR, how a press campaign is structured, and what employers look for in this line of work.
shesaid.so is one of the pivotal organisations seeking to redress the gender imbalance within the music industry through community efforts and female oriented support networks.
Between 2018 and 2022 Arts Council England have pledged £1.45billion into the arts sector.
Music Relationship Manager Adem Holness talks us through the grants available to the music industry, and explains how the organisation is acting to diversify the distribution of its funding.
As part of our look into support for the creative industries, we talk to Create London founder, Hadrian Garrard about the elitism that rules the arts sector and the challenge of connecting artists with their communities.
|Partisan Records : Digital Production Manager | Ninja Tune : Royalties Administrator and Copyright Assistant | Shure : Digital Marketing Intern | DeepMatter Records : Creative Intern |