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Going Global Music Summit 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:



PRESS RELEASE – ANNOUNCING THE SEMINAR TIMES AND TOPICS

Going Global Music Summit 2012 - What you need to know before you go.

Independent Music New Zealand is proud to announce that the GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012 will include seminar sessions in WELLINGTON, AUCKLAND and CHRISTCHURCH
- all of the sessions are listed below by city and venue.


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.

DELEGATES APPEARING FOR GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012:
• Greg Vegas (International Rescue Artist Development / Cooperative Music, USA)
• Peter Jesperson (Newwest Records, USA)
• Brooke Black (Big Hassle, USA)
• Lisa Hresko (CMJ, USA)
• Cary Caldwell (Great Escape UK, SXSW USA)
• Andrew Dubber (author 'Music in the Digital Age', UK) with thanks to British Council
• Nick O'Byrne (Australian Independent Records Labels Association (AIR), Australia)
• Shawnté Salabert (Sugaroo! USA) with thanks to NZ Music Commission & Native Tongue Music Publishing
• Rene Chambers (Spotify, Aust/NZ) note, Wgtn 6th / Akld 7th ONLY
• Graham ‘Asho’ Ashton (Footstomp / Bigsound, Australia) note, Wgtn/Akld ONLY

Delegate bios & photos are available at www.goingglobal.co.nz

GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012 – Announcing The Session Times and Topics:

Thursday 6th September – WELLINGTON
Seminars: CQ Conference Centre, 213-223 Cuba St, Cuba Rooms 3-5
(Free entry, RSVP required: rsvp@nzmusic.org.nz )

10:15am – 10.45am
Session A: GREG VEGAS, SHAWNTÉ SALABERT
Combination Session (30mins)
Greg Vegas - 15mins (The International Rescue and Cooperative Method)
Shawnté Salabert - 15mins (Sync Licensing 101)

11.00am – 12.00pm
Session B: ANDREW DUBBER, LISA HRESKO, BROOKE BLACK, RENE CHAMBERS moderated by LUKE ROWELL (DISASTERADIO)
Social End Product - Being social, the changing habits of fans & ranking your priorities
The changing habits online, new ways of getting your music noticed - and then heard.
Making sure you are prioritising your online capabilities, not spending time and effort on a long-dead online property.

12.15pm – 1.00pm
Session C: NICK O’BYRNE, ANDREW DUBBER, MARK ROGERS
Combination Session (45mins)
Nick O'Byrne - 15mins (State of AUS Indies)
Andrew Dubber - 15mins (Music In The Digital Age)
Mark Rogers - 15mins (Getting Results From Here to There)

1.45pm- 2.45pm
Session D: PETER JESPERSON, NICK O’BYRNE, SHAWNTÉ SALABERT, RENE CHAMBERS, moderated by MATTHEW DAVIS (FLYING NUN RECORDS)
New Pathways to Drive Catalogue - how well do new delivery systems serve the artists & labels with a catalogue; and is there significant market interest for older formats?

3.00pm – 4.00pm
Session E: LISA HRESKO, CARY CALDWELL, GRAHAM ASHTON, moderated by PAUL SHELLEY (RADIO ACTIVE FM)
The Magnetism of Showcases & Trade shows - how do they work?
Providing insight into how trade-shows function as a valued entry point for bands & labels to introduce or highlight their work to new markets & audiences.
Getting the best bang for your buck and the differing approaches for each market - USA / UK / Australia.

4.10pm– 5.10pm
Session F: PETER JESPERSON, GREG VEGAS, BROOKE BLACK, moderated by BEN HOWE (IMNZ / ARCH HILL RECORDINGS)
USA Indie Real Estate - the current state of USA as a market for touring/releasing bands & labels
A general seminar on the current state of USA and any pitfalls that may befall an offshore band


Wellington Live Music Showcases: Ten artists, two venues – free entry
Brought to you by IMNZ, NZ Music Commission, Mighty Mighty & San Francisco Bathhouse
Appearing at Mighty Mighty, 104 Cuba St (free entry, 1st band 7pm):
• Name UL
• Matt Langley
• The Eversons
• Disasteradio
• The All Seeing Hand

Appearing at San Francisco Bath House, 171 Cuba St (free entry, 1st band 7.30pm)
• The Velvet Regime
• Family Cactus
• Sunken Seas
• The Golden Awesome
• Mountaineater (Dun)


Saturday 8th September – AUCKLAND
Seminars: The Langham Hotel, 83 Symonds St, Hauraki Room
(Free entry, RSVP required: rsvp@nzmusic.org.nz )

10:15am – 10.45am
Session A: GREG VEGAS, SHAWNTÉ SALABERT
Combination Session (30mins)
Greg Vegas - 15mins (The International Rescue and Cooperative Method)
Shawnté Salabert - 15mins (Sync Licensing 101)

11.00am – 12.00pm
Session B: ANDREW DUBBER, LISA HRESKO, BROOKE BLACK, GREG VEGAS, moderated by JEREMY TOY (SHE’S SO RAD)
Social End Product - Being social, the changing habits of fans & ranking your priorities
The changing habits online, new ways of getting your music noticed - and then heard.
Making sure you are prioritising your online capabilities, not spending time and effort on a long-dead online property.

12.15pm – 12.45pm Session C: NICK O’BYRNE, ANDREW DUBBER
Combination Session (30mins)
Nick O'Byrne - 15mins (State of AUS Indies)
Andrew Dubber - 15mins (Music In The Digital Age)

1.45pm- 2.45pm
Session D: PETER JESPERSON, NICK O’BYRNE, SHAWNTÉ SALABERT, moderated by MATTHEW DAVIS (FLYING NUN RECORDS)
New Pathways to Drive Catalogue - how well do new delivery systems serve the artists & labels with a catalogue; and is there significant market interest for older formats?

3.00pm – 4.00pm
Session E: LISA HRESKO, CARY CALDWELL, GRAHAM ASHTON, moderated by MANU TAYLOR (95bFM)
The Magnetism of Showcases & Trade shows - how do they work?
Providing insight into how trade-shows function as a valued entry point for bands & labels to introduce or highlight their work to new markets & audiences.
Getting the best bang for your buck and the differing approaches for each market - USA / UK / Australia.

4.10pm– 5.10pm
Session F: PETER JESPERSON, GREG VEGAS, BROOKE BLACK, moderated by BEN HOWE (IMNZ / ARCH HILL RECORDINGS)
USA Indie Real Estate - the current state of USA as a market for touring/releasing bands & labels
A general seminar to talk about the current state of USA and any pitfalls that may befall an offshore band

Auckland Live Music Showcases: Ten artists, two stages, free entry
Brought to you by IMNZ, NZ Music Commission and Musicworks
Appearing at Galatos Downstairs (Jagermeister stage), 17 Galatos St, Newton (free entry, 1st band 7pm)
• Two Cartoons (Dun)
• Tom Lark
• The Wyld
• Glass Owls
• Popstrangers

Appearing at Galatos Upstairs, 17 Galatos St, Newton (free entry, 1st band 7.30pm)
• Five Mile Town
• Clap Clap Riot
• She's So Rad
• Artisan Guns
• Von Voin Strum (Chch)

Monday 10th September – CHRISTCHURCH
Seminars: CPIT, 60 Madras St, Imagitech Theatre
(Free entry, RSVP required: rsvp@nzmusic.org.nz )

10:15am – 10.45am
Session A: GREG VEGAS, SHAWNTÉ SALABERT
Combination Session (30mins)
Greg Vegas - 15mins (The International Rescue and Cooperative Method)
Shawnté Salabert - 15mins (Sync Licensing 101)

11.00am – 12.00pm
Session B: ANDREW DUBBER, LISA HRESKO, BROOKE BLACK, GREG VEGAS, moderated by MEL PARSONS (artist)
Social End Product - Being social, the changing habits of fans & ranking your priorities
The changing habits online, new ways of getting your music noticed - and then heard.
Making sure you are prioritising your online capabilities, not spending time and effort on a long-dead online property.

12.15pm – 12.45pm
Session C: NICK O’BYRNE, ANDREW DUBBER
Combination Session (30mins)
Nick O'Byrne - 15mins (State of AUS Indies)
Andrew Dubber - 15mins (Music In The Digital Age)

1.45pm- 2.45pm
Session D: PETER JESPERSON, NICK O’BYRNE, SHAWNTÉ SALABERT, moderated by NEIL COX (CHART)
New Pathways to Drive Catalogue - how well do new delivery systems serve the artists & labels with a catalogue; and is there significant market interest for older formats?

3.00pm – 4.00pm
Session E: LISA HRESKO, CARY CALDWELL, moderated by Cath Andersen (NZ Music Commission)
The Magnetism of Showcases & Trade shows - how do they work?
Providing insight into how trade-shows function as a valued entry point for bands & labels to introduce or highlight their work to new markets & audiences.
Getting the best bang for your buck and the differing approaches for each market - USA / UK / Australia.

4.10pm– 5.10pm
Session F: PETER JESPERSON, GREG VEGAS, BROOKE BLACK, moderated by BEN HOWE (IMNZ / ARCH HILL RECORDINGS)
USA Indie Real Estate - the current state of USA as a market for touring/releasing bands & labels
A general seminar to talk about the current state of USA and any pitfalls that may befall an offshore band

Showcase: Five artists, one venue
Brought to you by IMNZ, NZ Music Commission, CPIT, CHART, CW Musicworks and RDU98.5fm
Appearing at Dux Live, 363 Lincoln Rd (free entry, 1st band 7pm)
• The Tiny Lies
• Mel Parsons
• Ashei
• House Of Mountain
• Ipswich

ABOUT GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012:
Going Global Music Summit is a multi-day event with music industry seminars, featuring international speakers, alongside showcases featuring new music from national artists.

The Summit takes place in Wellington (Sept 6th), Auckland (Sept 7th – 8th) and Christchurch (Sept 10th). It provides musicians, producers, composers, labels, promoters, industry professionals and fans a chance to perform, discuss, learn, teach, interact and argue in front of an audience of like minded peers in an environment that encourages the global exchange of ideas, techniques and trends.

GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012 is proudly brought to you by Independent Music New Zealand in partnership with the NZ Music Commission and proudly supported by CHART, Mighty Mighty, San Francisco Bath House, 98.5RDU, Dux Live, CPIT, CJ’s Musicworks Christchurch, Native Tongue Music Publishing and the British Council.

“…a real bonus for our local music community” – Murray Cammick, Rip It Up Nov 2011.

Complete list of artists performing/links:
Name UL - http://nameul.bandcamp.com
Matt Langley – www.mattlangley.co.nz
The Eversons - https://www.facebook.com/theeversonsband
Disasteradio - www.disasteradio.org
The All Seeing Hand - http://the-all-seeing-hand.bandcamp.com/
The Velvet Regime - http://www.thevelvetregime.com
Family Cactus - facebook.com/familycactus
Sunken Seas - http://sunkenseas.com
The Golden Awesome – www.thegoldenawesome.blogspot.co.nz
Mountaineater (Dun) - http://www.facebook.com/mountaineater.nz
Five Mile Town - www.fivemiletownband.com
Clap Clap Riot - http://clapclapriot.com/
She's So Rad - www.shessorad.com
Artisan Guns - http://www.artisanguns.com/
Von Voin Strum (Chch) - www.famousmusic.co.nz
Two Cartoons (Dun) - http://www.twocartoons.com/
Tom Lark - http://www.tomlark.bandcamp.com
The Wyld - http://www.thewyldmusic.com/
Glass Owls - www.glassowls.bandcamp.com
Popstrangers - www.popstrangers.com
The Tiny Lies - http://thetinylies.bandcamp.com/
Mel Parsons - www.melparsons.com
Ashei - www.weareashei.com
House Of Mountain - houseofmountain.com
Ipswich - http://muzairecords.com/artists/ipswich

ENDS
More info please visit:
www.indies.co.nz / www.goingglobal.co.nz

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