Just because people don’t buy records like they used to, it doesn’t mean there’s no money to be made!
In October, MusicNSW’s professional development series Sound Advice investigates all the ways to earn an income beyond playing live and selling records. Via this expert in-person panel discussion you’ll get the lowdown on merch, NFTs, publishing and other alternative revenue streams available to you as an artist.
The panel will be moderated by Artist Manager Ricky Simandjundtak (ONEFOUR, Becca Hatch) and feature Jen Taunton (The Midnight Choir, Level Two Music), Gaetano La Ianca (Founder, Bottega Made) and Artist Serwah Attafuah.
Registration is FREE but space is limited, and access will be granted on a first come, first served basis.
Snacks will be provided.
Access: Double doors at the front of the building have a wheelchair lift and there is elevator access to every floor. For any other acces enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This event takes place on the unceded land of the Gadigal people. We pay respect to Elders past and present, and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond. Always was, always will be.
MusicNSW is supported by Create NSW and APRA AMCOS.
Ricky Simandjuntak is an artist manager who represents Becca Hatch and ONEFOUR.
Having worked with The Kid LAROI and Sampa the Great in the early stages of his career, Ricky has learned some important lessons which has helped shape the way he approaches artist management today.
Jen is the founder of sync agency The Midnight Choir and co-founder of rights management company Nice Rights. She is a Music Supervisor with Level Two Music and most recently partnered with Mushroom to create Mushroom Production Music. Jen is paving financial pathways for Independent Australian artists thanks to revenue via sync licensing for leading global advertisers and in films, games, documentaries, promos + more.
Gaetano La Ianca
Tino (Gaetano) is Founder and Creative Director at Bottega Made, a creative studio specialising in custom screen printing garments. They do it all from designing the graphic, mixing the inks all the way to getting them printed across various methods to turn artist's ideas into a reality.
Bottega Made is focused on translating partners' branding into garments and other merchandise.
Serwah Attafuah is a multidisciplinary artist and musician based on Dharug land/Western Sydney, Australia. She creates surreal cyber dreamscapes and heavenly wastelands, populated by afro-futuristic abstractions of self with strong ancestral and contemporary themes.
Recent notable achievements include her participation in Sotheby's 'Natively Digital': A Curated NFT auction.