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Gyro Big Boost Competition

17 Oct

WAM MEMBERSHIP PARTNER GYROSTREAM ANNOUNCE BIG BOOST COMPETITION TO LAUNCH UNSIGNED ARTIST

Prize package worth over $10,000!
WHAT YOU GET: (subject to scheduling and availability)
  • Flights to Brisbane from any capital city in Australia or Auckland (NZ)
  • Two day recording session at Airlock Studios (including accommodation) (owned by Ian Haug of Powderfinger/The Church)
  • Professional mastering of the single
  • Global distribution of single through GYROstream
  • GYRO PR campaign for single launch
  • Delegate pass to BIGSOUND 2019
  • Mentoring session with leading booking agent Dom Miller of New World Artists/ Bluebeard Music and a leading artist manager TBC
  • Professional photography shoot
  • Music store voucher for $1000 of new gear (Riffs & Licks Music)
  • Gear & public liability insurance package for 1 year (up to $20k worth of gear)
  • Placement on festival slot or tour support in 2019 with Live at your Local

HOW TO ENTER:

  • Register an account with GYROstream (it’s FREE to sign up)
  • Click on the link in the dashboard to enter the competition
  • Fill out the form and submit your demo!

Find out more and enter the competition HERE

Who are GYROstream?
They are a brand new Australian based digital music distribution and artist services company, delivering music to Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Youtube and 100+ more. Much more than just global distribution, GYROstream offer additional services for independent artists such as PR, Playlist Promotion, Vinyl/CD Manufacture and Insurance. They are building a hub to educate independent artists about effective release strategies and get the best results for their music.

GYROstream WAM Member Benefit
GYROstream has a great offer for WAM Members with free distribution of a single, EP or album. This waves the $9.99 first year upload fee (excluding sync opportunities). Find out more here.

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.