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It’s that time of year when the Music Vic team undertakes the difficult, but enjoyable task of putting together the line-up for The Age Music Victoria Awards at 170 Russell on 16 November 2016.
This year, we have separated the industry-only awards ceremony from the gig, now known as The After Party. Only 400 tickets are available to members of the general public to enjoy the best music the state has to offer.
"Music Victoria agrees the culture in the mosh pit has to change, with operations manager Nick Cooper saying: "As a musician and an advocate for all within the Victorian music community, it makes me proud to hear of leading artists such as High Tension's Karina Utomo, Tassie band Luca Brasi and Spiderbait speaking out against acts of a violent or sexual nature in the mosh pit."
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Expressions of Interest are NOW OPEN for White Night Melbourne.
Submissions close on 30 August so get in quick!
More info here.
Calling all Victorian artists of avant-garde, blues, country, electronic, experimental, folk, funk, global, gospel, heavy, hip hop, indigenous, jazz, pop, reggae, rock, roots and soul music. Submissions are now open for The Age Music Victoria Awards 2016!
Artists and bands are invited to nominate themselves or an artist they believe deserves to be considered for The Awards. A select industry panel of experts specific to their category determines final nominees.
National music industry met last week for the National live music round table. The Music Network reported on the dicussions surrounding Gender Diversity within the music industry.Read More
Friday 18 November marks the public launch of ON AIR: 40 years of 3RRR, a 3-month exhibition at the State Library of Victoria celebrating the station’s history. There will be a host of live events and broadcasts on site highlighting different aspects of the exhibition and celebrating this milestone in the station’s history, running until 29 January 2017.
This year Triple R celebrates its 40 year evolution from somewhat modest beginnings as an educational broadcaster at RMIT University’s city campus, to a station with 440,000 listeners tuning in every week broadcasting 24-7 out of its Brunswick East studios. ON AIR: 40 years of 3RRR is the first ever exhibition of its kind showcasing 3RRR’s history, culture and character.
Triple R will donate a large proportion of its rich archive, built over the past four decades, to the State Library including original artworks, photographs, posters, magazines, videos of live-to-air performances and much more.Read More
Congrats to the lucky ducks who received quick response grants in the latest round!
The Age Music Victoria Awards will celebrate its 11th year with a huge line up of Victoria’s best talent at 170 Russell on Wednesday16 November.
In 2016 the event falls within the Melbourne Music Week program, with all of the Awards formalities completed earlier in the evening to allow for one big After Party open to the general public from 8.30pm.
Co-presented by Triple R 102.7FM and PBS 106.7FM, the After Party will feature live sets from Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Camp Cope and Tash Sultana.
Continuing with past traditions, members from the RockWiz Band will once again form The EG AllStars, who will be joined on stage by guests Paul Dempsey, Gareth Liddiard, Kylie Auldist, REMI, Pierce Brothers, Alex Lahey, Gawurra and Freya JosephineHollick, performing their best songs of the year.Read More
Live N Local have announced their professional development program for the events this August - The Right Track.
We're presenting 'Navigating the Digital Space'.
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