'If you've spent the time in the early stages making sure the music people hear first is the best it can be then it could just take one song and you're away.'
Jack Shankly (Domino Records), Music Futures Conference 2011
The most important component for an artist to be heard is the music itself, get this right and you can start to build a buzz and get your music out there.
Compact: Getting Noticed will make sure you get the basics right first, from the rehearsal room to the studio and stage. The session will also cover what to do once you've got the music right to start getting attention and building a fanbase.
Getting the Music Right with special guest David Burn (Detroit Social Club)
Songwriting, rehearsal and production
Playing live - Set structure & soundchecks
Getting the Music Heard with special guest Henry Carden (Ten Feet Tall)
Playing live - building a fanbase
Social networking & Blogs
Attracting Press and Radio with special guest Tom Cotton (Amazing Radio)
How to contact press and radio and what are they looking for?
Press Releases & Music Presentation (website, press shots, artwork)
Compact: Getting Noticed is free to attend but spaces are very limited so please register interest as soon as possible by completing this form.