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With so much of our lives moving online this past year, digital collaboration feels like the natural way of working now. But whether it’s international, interstate or with someone from the next suburb, collaborating online throws up a bunch of unique problems. So where to start?
Well, start by joining us for the latest edition of SOUND ADVICE: Finding Your Feat. Guitar-wielding rapper, singer, and producer BLESSED will take you through his experiences and answer all your burning questions about on- and offline relationship building and getting your at-home studio setup humming.
Off the back of his latest release ‘LOCKDOWN TAPES VOL. 1’, made entirely in his bedroom over the last 3 months of Sydney’s latest lockdown, BLESSED understands what it takes to collaborate online and is eager to share his collaboration inspiration in this special session.
Tune in live on Facebook at 6pm on Tuesday 30th of November for this very special, not-to-be-missed Masterclass that will end with a Q&A session facilitated by FBi Radio’s Head of Programming and Executive Producer of Race Matters, Tanya Ali.
FINDING YOUR FEAT.
6pm, Tue 30 Nov
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MusicNSW operates on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We extend our heartfelt respect to elders past and present. Always was, always will be.
Rapper, singer and producer
Bridging the worlds of hip-hop and punk, Sydney’s BLESSED is a guitar-wielding rapper, singer, and producer inspired by Jimi Hendrix, Kanye West and Kid Cudi.
Off the back of his latest release ‘LOCKDOWN TAPES VOL. 1’, made entirely in his bedroom over the last 3 months of Sydney’s latest lockdown, there is no shortage of music to come for one of Australia’s most prolific talents in 2022.
Head of Programming, FBi Radio
Tanya Ali is a broadcaster, producer and writer based on unceded Gadigal land.
She is the Head of Programming at FBi Radio and the Executive Producer of Race Matters, a weekly program and podcast exploring the intersection of race, culture, arts and current affairs.