#360RAW12 // MUSIC INDUSTRY PANEL

 

GIVING UP THE DAY JOB

 

LEEDS LENDING ROOM // FRIDAY 7 FEBRUARY

 

DOORS: 5.00pm // PANEL: 5.30pm – 7.30pm

 

      TOM ROBINSON                                                            RICH ORCHARD

FRIDAY 7 FEBRUARY will see a further MUSIC INDUSTRY PANEL take place at LEEDS LENDING ROOM from 5.30pm to 7.30pm prior to #360RAW12 which will feature four of the favourite emerging acts from the previous eleven events: FUDGE, SIR CURSE, THE HARRIETS and TEEFF. Industry experts are:

 

TOM ROBINSON | BBC 6 MUSIC | “KEYNOTE TALK AND Q&A”

 

Tom will cover areas such as how to get your content to stand out on a tiny budget, making an album for £500, WTF music publishing is, how to get your music on TV, landing a sync deal, and finding the right manager amongst other key subjects he has learned throughout a long and distinguished career as a singer, songwriter and broadcaster.

 

RICH ORCHARD | DIRECTOR OF UK AND EUROPEAN MARKET DEVELOPMENT | CD BABY

“PREPARING YOUR MUSIC FOR A SUCCESSFUL RELEASE”

 

You can just make your music available or you can make your music connect. With tens of thousands of new releases every day across digital services, you need to plan for success. In this discussion, you’ll hear Rich reveal what they see working – and not working – right now for the music they distribute every day. You’ll walk away knowing how to prepare your next project for a successful launch and how to avoid catastrophic mistakes.

 

The #360RAW curated panel is in association with CD Baby and Independent Venue Week and is sponsored by CD Baby. The event will be hosted by ALAN RAW of BBC Introducing Humberside who, along with the promoter of the 360 Club Richard Watson, curates the highly successful #360RAW gigs that showcase the best emerging talent in the area. Tom Robinson will be staying for the gig, where he will join Alan Raw in selecting music from emerging acts to play throughout the evening.

Tickets have a refundable reservation charge of £5 per ticket to ensure attendance, which can be returned in cash on entry, or left at the door to be donated to Martin House Children’s Hospice music therapy room for the benefit of young people in their care. The refund is entirely optional and all non-refunded reservation fees will be donated to this great cause. Tickets are available online from Crash Records without booking fee, as they are kindly donating their fees to Martin House Children’s Hospice.

 

Ticket link:            https://www.crashrecords.co.uk/product/music-industry-event-giving-up-the-day-job/

Event link:            https://www.facebook.com/events/598594250707988/

 

  • TOM ROBINSON

 

Born in Cambridge in 1950, Tom Robinson first became known in the late 1970s as a musician and LGBT activist with the Tom Robinson Band, who were early supporters of Rock Against Racism and Amnesty International. In 1977 their debut single 2-4-6-8 Motorway went Top 5 and became one of the landmark singles of the UK punk era. Other hits included Glad to Be Gay and Up Against the Wall, and the band’s debut album, Power in The Darkness, went gold in the UK and Japan. As a solo artist Tom had further hits in 1983 with War Baby and Atmospherics: Listen to The Radio, and co-wrote songs with Elton John, Peter Gabriel and Dan Hartman. As a radio broadcaster, over the last thirty years Tom has hosted programmes on all eight of the BBC national radio stations and has won two Gold Sony Academy Radio Awards. He currently hosts two shows a week on BBC 6 Music, was a member of the Ivor Novello Awards committee for ten years and in 2016 was awarded a fellowship of LIPA in recognition of his support for new music artists through BBC Introducing. His music blog https://freshonthenet.co.uk

currently offers an open door to new music and free advice for independent and emerging musicians.

 

 

  • RICH ORCHARD

 

With 16 years of music industry experience, Rich has worked across digital distribution, artist and label services, marketing and promotions, and music supervision with a wide range of independent artists and labels. He is now Director of UK and European Market Development for CD Baby, the largest independent music distributor in the world serving over 750,000 artists. CD Baby offers independent artists a broad suite of services to release, market and monetize their music. From digital distribution and analytics to YouTube and Facebook monetisation; from digital marketing tools to publishing, administration and sync licensing opportunities, CD Baby is by artists for artists, also offering a blog, podcast and annual DIY music conference.

 

 

The 360 Club was founded to help the local music scene and musicians and is renowned for its showcase gigs. Industry events such as this are part of the ethos of 360 Club and #360RAW and further events will follow.

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