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Going Global Music Summit 2014: Announcing the Artists

20th August 2014 : Press Release – Artist Showcases at Going Global 2014

GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014 - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO.

THE GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014 is just over two weeks away now and we are very excited to announce the artists who will be performing!
Our local music scene is constantly evolving and it gives us great pleasure to announce the nineteen talented artists who will be presenting at Going Global 2014 – more details below!!

The performing artists are listed by venue/evening and the complete artist links is further below. For a compile of all artists’ bio information & photographs, head to www.goingglobal.co.nz

If you are looking to take your music overseas, come and hear from people who are working with both new and established artists on the global stage.

GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014 – Announcing The Artists!

Friday 5th September – AUCKLAND
Seminars: Studio One, 1 Ponsonby Road, Auckland - Register at www.goingglobal.co.nz , thanks to nztix.co.nz

Showcases: Fourteen artists, one venue, three stages
Appearing at Galatos Live, 17 Galatos St, Newton (showcase tickets $20, 1st band 7pm):

Little Bark - http://littlebarkmusic.com

Race Banyon - http://racebanyon.com

Sal Valentine & The Babyshakes – http://www.salvalentineandthebabyshakes.com

Arthur Ahbez – http://www.arthurahbez.com

Ha The Unclear – http://hatheunclear.bandcamp.com

She’s So Rad – shessorad.com

Chelsea Jade – watercoloursmusic.com

Jupiter Project – www.jupiter-project.com

Dictaphone Blues – http://dictaphoneblues.bandcamp.com/

Golden Curtain – http://goldencurtain.bandcamp.com/album/dream-city

Kaitlin Riegel – www.kaitlinriegel.com

Anthonie Tonnan – anthonietonnon.com

Jesse Sheehan – http://jessesheehan.bandcamp.com/

Trip Pony – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Trip-Pony/318762038167652

Saturday 6th September – AUCKLAND
Seminars: Studio One, 1 Ponsonby Road, Auckland - Register at www.goingglobal.co.nz , thanks to nztix.co.nz

Showcases: Four artists, one venue
Appearing at The Vic Theatre, Devonport (showcase tickets $20, 1st band 7.30pm):

French For Rabbits – www.frenchforrabbits.com

Aldous Harding – http://lytteltonrecords.co.nz

Anika Moa - www.facebook.com/anikamoa

SJD – http://www.roundtripmars.com

We’d also like to acknowledge Rob Thorne - www.robthorne.co.nz who will be performing at this year’s invite-only Opening Reception.

SPEAKERS APPEARING FOR GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014:

Rev. Moose – Vice President of Business Development, The Syndicate (USA)
Nick O’Byrne – Artist Manager, Look Out Kid / Executive Programmer, BIGSOUND (AUST)
Stephen King – Partner, Media Arts Lawyers (AUST)
Eveline van der Steen – Owner, Manifest Inc. (NL)
Paul McLaney – General Manager, Mushroom Music Publishing (NZ)
Natalie Dodds – Senior Publicist, Secret Service Public Relations (AUST)
Cary Caldwell – Senior Logistics Planner, SXSW (USA) / Secret Solstice (Iceland) & The Great Escape (UK)
Damian Vaughan – Chief Executive Officer, Recorded Music NZ (NZ)
Jaime Gough – General Manager, Native Tongue Music Publishing (AUST)
Martin Elbourne – Booker, Glastonbury Festival / The Great Escape & co-founder of WOMAD (UK)
Michelle Fantus – A&R Director, Sony/ATV Music Publishing (USA)
Lars Brandle – Journalist, Billboard Magazine (AUST)
Tor Hansen – Co-owner, Redeye Distribution / YepRoc Records (USA)
Henry Compton – Client & Retail Marketing Director, The Orchard (AUST)

REGISTRATION: Register at www.goingglobal.co.nz , thanks to nztix.co.nz
Discounted registrations are available to members of the IMNZ, Recorded Music NZ and MMF organisations.
All live music showcases are R18 only.

ABOUT GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014:
Going Global Music Summit 2014 provides musicians, producers, composers, labels, promoters, industry professionals and fans a chance to perform, discuss, learn, teach, and interact in front of an audience of like-minded peers in an environment that encourages the global exchange of ideas, techniques and trends.

In 2014 Going Global Music Summit will present an exciting schedule of live music events alongside a daytime program of panels, presentations, workshops and discussions. The focus is on new music and as such the live music showcases aim to reflect originality in contemporary live music practice.

GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014 is proudly brought to you by Independent Music New Zealand in partnership with the NZ Music Commission and is supported by NZ On Air and a Recorded Music NZ Music Grant.

2014 complete list of artists links:
French For Rabbits – www.frenchforrabbits.com
Aldous Harding – http://lytteltonrecords.co.nz
Anika Moa - www.facebook.com/anikamoa
SJD – http://www.roundtripmars.com
Rob Thorne - www.robthorne.co.nz
Little Bark - http://littlebarkmusic.com
Race Banyon - http://racebanyon.com
Sal Valentine & The Babyshakes – http://www.salvalentineandthebabyshakes.com
Arthur Ahbez – http://www.arthurahbez.com
Ha The Unclear – http://hatheunclear.bandcamp.com
She’s So Rad – shessorad.com
Chelsea Jade – watercoloursmusic.com
Jupiter Project – www.jupiter-project.com
Dictaphone Blues – http://dictaphoneblues.bandcamp.com/
Golden Curtain – http://goldencurtain.bandcamp.com/album/dream-city
Kaitlin Riegel – www.kaitlinriegel.com
Anthonie Tonnan – anthonietonnon.com
Jesse Sheehan – http://jessesheehan.bandcamp.com/
Trip Pony – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Trip-Pony/318762038167652

ENDS

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