Outward Sound Recipients Round 4 2015

December 22nd 2015
Outward Sound is pleased to announce the 4th round of grant recipients for 2015.

Outward Sound is pleased to announce the 4th round of grant recipients for 2015.

Nine International Music Market Development grants were awarded.

Devilskin (pictured)

Return tour to the UK and Germany in support of the UK/European release of their debut album We Rise.

Leisure

Showcasing in Australia, USA, Canada, and UK and to meet with potential labels, publishers and booking agents.

MAALA

International showcases February 2016.

Villainy

Promotional tour of Australia to support the release of second album Dead Sight.

Tami Neilson

To take advantage of the success of the licenced released of Dynamite in Canada, and showcase for the Label Outside Music, to the music industry and the public.

Trinity Roots

Follow-up tour of Australia including performances at Mullumbimby, Queenscliff and Woodford Festivals.

Aston Rd

21 date Aston Rd Australian showcase tour featuring artists Louis Baker, Thomas Oliver and Estère.

Gate

Promotional tour of the USA in support of the release of new album Moonrise through label Kye Records. Meet with current and potential business partners for future solo and Dead C related opportunities.

French For Rabbits

Attendance and performance at Iceland Airwaves Festival in Reykjavik in November 2015, meeting with Swiss booking agents and others.


Business Support Grants

The Outward Sound Business Development grant enables up to 2 representatives to undertake a market development visit. This involves traveling to the desired market (or markets) and meeting with companies/individuals and to capitalise on opportunities created. It supports managers, artists, and companies undertaking business-to-business meetings as well as attending tradeshows and associated events.

There was one recipient of Business Development Grants this round:

Fishrider Records Ltd


Applications for the next round of Outward Sound grants close on April 18th 2016 at 5pm.

 

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