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Outward Sound Recipients Round Three 2008

Outward Sound Recipients Round Three 2008

Outward Sound is pleased to announce the third round of grant recipients for 2008.

Phase One in-market touring and scoping grants were awarded to Little Bushman
(Touring and Showcasing in Australia), Battle Circus (To undertake a four week US tour revolving around showcase performances at CMJ), Pitch Black (Showcase tour of the US), The Naked & Famous (Showcase performances in and around CMJ), Kolab (Showcase tour of Australia), Bang! Bang! Eche! (To undertake a four week US tour revolving around showcase performances at CMJ), and Coco Solid (To promote themselves through a showcase tour of London, Berlin and New York and to meet with labels, promoters and potential collaborators).

Applications for the next round of Outward Sound grants close on October 28th at 5pm.

More information on the scheme can be obtained by visiting our website at www.nzmusic.org.nz, contacting Gary Fortune or Alan Holt at the NZ Music Commission on (09) 376 0115, or by emailing international@nzmusic.org.nz


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