Workshop opens the door for new artists to work with hitmakers

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Workshop opens the door for new artists to work with hitmakers

Making tunes but unsure what the next steps are? Good news, a new writing, collaboration and production workshop has been announced for March that’ll pair your DIY beat-maker-self with established local hitmakers to get those bangers ready for the world.

Enter stage left Common Good, who, along with the backing of national copyright collective APRA as well as Studios 301 and artist management group SIEGE JR, will run a one-day workshop that’ll get you into the same room as some of the best.

Common Good told The Music Network recently “If you’re currently working on a track but need that extra input, or want to start something from scratch, Common Good Sessions is your time to shine.” – It sounds like the business to us!

Who are Common Good? The collective was founded by soulful electronic crooner Billy Fox who along with other local artists Mookhi, Lover, Isy Isy and Reggie Banks have been enjoy support and love across radio and streaming platforms for the past 12 months.

Expressions of interest are now open until COB Friday 20 March, click here to find out more info!


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