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Roundhouse 30/30 album gives unsigned artists chance to work with established producer

News: 17th September 2013 by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers, Music Training & Careers, Selling & Distributing Your Music

Roundhouse have opened submissions for their 30/30 Album 2013. Now in its 5th year, the project gives 30 artists the opportunity to record 30 tracks over 30 days with world class UK producers. Confirmed producers this year include Catherine Marks (The Killers, PJ Harvey, White Lies, Foals), Nigel Glasgow (Wretch 32, Diplo, Toddla T), Nick Mason of Pink Floyd, Jagz Kooner (Oasis, Kasabian, Primal Scream), Micachu and Scratch DVA (Hyperdub Records), to name a few. 
 
Each successful act will be matched with a producer; and be given the opportunity to record a track in our state-of-the-art EMI Recording Studio. Not only will they go away with a top quality mastered track but they will also secure places on Roundhouse's music industry masterclasses; giving them additional insight and practical advice on how to take their music to the next level. These include a top music producer Q&A on 22 October and an Artist Toolkit day on 7 December.  
 
Eligibility
You must be aged 16-25 to apply. Opportunity is open to anyone in the UK – previous recordings include acts from Birmingham, Nottingham and Edinburgh. Deadline for submissions is 30 September. Submit your music via the link at the bottom.

Related Links

http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/3030

http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/3030-form


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30/30, roundhouse, unsigned bands, unsigned artists, record producers, music producers, emerging artists, emerging bands

 

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