Independent Music New Zealand is proud to announce that the GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014 will be held in Auckland this September.

GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014

Friday 5th September – LABEL focus

Saturday 6th September – ARTIST focus

Monday 8th September – Meeting day / NZ label owners & artist reps

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

THE GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2014 is proud to announce the full Conference Programme. 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 – Conference Programme

Friday 5th September – AUCKLAND

Seminars: Studio One, 1 Ponsonby Road, Auckland - Register at www.goingglobal.co.nz , thanks tonztix.co.nz

Day One – LABEL FOCUS: Room 10

10:00am   Welcome – 5 mins

10:05am – 10:45am 

AN INTERVIEW WITH MARTIN ELBOURNE, GLASTONBURY (UK)

Interviewed by Cary Caldwell, SXSW / The Great Escape (NZ)

A whirlwind tour of a live music career with a man who started out promoting shows at University, worked with New Order, The Smiths and The Fall, co-founded the Womad Festival with Peter Gabriel, 

The Great Escape in Brighton, NH7 in India and M for Montreal – and for 30 years has been an advisor and booker for the legendary Glastonbury Festival.  

Martin discusses his career to date and views on the future, including his recently completed report for the South Australian Government on the Future of Live Music.

10:55am – 12:00noon               

THE MARKET TODAY

Presented by Recorded Music NZ    

      

Recorded Music NZ will present the findings of the recent PWC report on the EconomicContribution of the NZ music industry, followed by discussion 

around trends in the New Zealand market, what this means for local artists and how this compares with countries around the world.

Lars Brandle, Billboard Magazine (AU)

Damian Vaughan, Recorded Music NZ (NZ)

Craig Pearce, Triple M Management (NZ)

Vicky Blood, NZ Music Commission Board (NZ)

12:10pm – 1:15pm

ROLE OF RECORD COMPANIES IN THE MODERN AGE

Presented by Independent Music NZ    

Artists may be able to sell directly to fans now, but labels do much more than justdistribute music.  What should you expect from a label now that you couldn’t or wouldn’t ten years ago?  

What’s changed – and what’s stayed the same?

Tor Hansen, Yep Roc Records (US)

Matthew Davis, Flying Nun (NZ)

Peter McLennan, Loopy Fruit Recordings (NZ)

Stephen King, Media Arts Lawyers (AU)

Adam Holt, Universal Music NZ (NZ)

1:15pm     Lunch Break (45 mins)

  

2:00pm – 3:15pm

NEW DIGITAL BUSINESS FRONTIERS

Presented by NZ On Air          

Our guests look at the way music gets into the ears of the audiences via the virtual world and what new opportunities exist, and what new opportunities are emerging. 

What are the platforms, the placement possibilities and the potential pitfalls?

Eveline Van Der Steen, Manifest Inc (NL)

Henry Compton, The Orchard (AU)

Rev Moose, The Syndicate (US)

Michelle Fantus, Sony/ATV Music Publishing (US)

Sarah Crowe, NZ On Air (NZ)

3:15pm     Break (15 mins)

  

3:30pm – 4:45pm    

TRADITIONAL MARKETING IN AN ONLINE WORLD

Not everything happens on your phone or tablet.  Music magazines, traditional press, radio campaigns and live performance are still an important part of getting music heard.  

We look at the importance of operating outside the internet and what working with partners can offer to artists.

Lars Brandle, Billboard Magazine (AU)

Natalie Dodds, Create Control (AU)

Rev Moose, The Syndicate (US)

Charlotte Ryan, Kiwi FM (NZ) 

4:45pm     End Day One

 
   

MASTER CLASSES in Room 5

Maximum x 12 attendees per Master Class – Bookings essential – rsvp@nzmusic.org.nz

 

11:00am   Getting Started in Synchronisation – 60 mins

                                    with Jamie Gough, Native Tongue Music Publishing (AU) & Michelle Fantus, Sony/ATV Music Publishing (US)

2:00pm     Getting Started in Australia – 60 mins

                                    with Nick O’Byrne, Look Out Kid Management (AU) & Natalie Dodds, Create Control (AU)

                               

Friday 5th  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 Babyshakeshttp://www.salvalentineandthebabyshakes.com

Arthur Ahbezhttp://www.arthurahbez.com

Ha The Unclearhttp://hatheunclear.bandcamp.com

She’s So Radshessorad.com

Chelsea Jadewatercoloursmusic.com

Jupiter Projectwww.jupiter-project.com

Dictaphone Blueshttp://dictaphoneblues.bandcamp.com/

Golden Curtainhttp://goldencurtain.bandcamp.com/album/dream-city

Kaitlin Riegel –www.kaitlinriegel.com

Anthonie Tonnananthonietonnon.com

Jesse Sheehanhttp://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

Day Two – ARTIST FOCUS: Room 10

  

10:00am – 10:50am

SYNCHRONISATION & PUBLISHING

Presented by APRA AMCOS

How do you get your music into the hands of a sync licencing person? Are there many in NZ or do you need to be focused offshore?  

And how do you approach a publisher and what role does the publisherplay – and can you look after this yourself?

Jamie Gough, Native Tongue Music Publishing (AU)

Michelle Fantus, Sony/ATV Music Publishing (US)

Paul McLaney, Mushroom Music Publishing (NZ)

Anthony Healey, APRA AMCOS (NZ)

  

11:00am – 12:10pm

ARTIST DISCOVERY

Across five different parts of the music sector we discuss how our international guests hear about bands – and how do our guests get people to 

discover the artists they work with?  What are some of the things that NZ musicians can do before they leave NZ to increase their chances of being discovered offshore?

Lars Brandle, Billboard Magazine (AU)

Tor Hansen, Yep Roc Records/Red Eye Distribution (US)

Natalie Dodds, Create Control (AU)

Michelle Fantus, Sony/ATV Music Publishing (US)

Andrew Tidball, Cheese On Toast (NZ)

12:15pm – 1:15pm

ROLE OF MANAGEMENT WHEN YOU GO GLOBAL

Presented by MMF NZ

The role of the manager has evolved greatly over the past few years.  What parts of the business do our guests look after on behalf of their artists?  

Does it change in different territories?  Who else do you need to work with and how do you go about putting together the best team to get your music out overseas?

Rev Moose, The Syndicate (US)

Nick O Byrne, Look Out Kid Management (AU)

Ayisha Jaffer, Saiko Management (NZ)

Cushla Aston, Aston Road / MMF NZ (NZ) 

1:15pm     Lunch Break (45 mins)

  

2:00pm – 3:15pm

ONLINE TOOLS FOR GOING GLOBAL

Making noise from the South Pacific in some ways has never been easier – but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.  

Our guests discuss the range of platforms available to you, which ones are key in different countries and how you might get noticed in an ever-increasing pool of music online.

Eveline Van Der Steen, Manifest Inc (NL)

Henry Compton, The Orchard (AU)

Rev Moose, The Syndicate (US)

Natalie Dodds, Create Control (AU)

Nick Atkinson, Radio NZ (NZ) 

3:15pm     Break (15 mins) 

3:30pm – 4:45pm

FESTIVALS

Between the four panellists, they have experience running sixteen festivals and tradeshows around the world.  

How do you find which one is right for you – and how do you get to play?  If you showcase at an offshore tradeshow, when is the right time in your career 

to go and maximise the investment you will need to make to get there?

Martin Elbourne, Glastonbury (UK)

Nick O’Byrne, BIGSOUND (AU)

Cary Caldwell, SXSW & The Great Escape (NZ)

Paul McKessar, CRS Management / Big Day Out (NZ) 

4:45pm     End Day Two

 

MASTER CLASS in Room 5

Maximum x 12 attendees per Master Class – Bookings essential – rsvp@nzmusic.org.nz 

  

10:00am   What’s Up – Independent Label Trade Associations – 60 mins

                                    with Tor Hansen, Nick O’Byrne & Christy Whelan

       IMNZ MEMBERS ONLY

Saturday 6th showcases:  Four artists, one venue

Appearing at The Vic Theatre, Devonport (showcase tickets $20, 1st band 7.30pm):

French For Rabbitswww.frenchforrabbits.com

Aldous Hardinghttp://lytteltonrecords.co.nz

Anika Moa - www.facebook.com/anikamoa

SJDhttp://www.roundtripmars.com

TESTIMONIALS:

The Going Global showcase opened up some really positive things for us. Thank you. It was crucial for us to have this platform to play to international ears & has really helped us since.” – Hollie Fullbrook - TINY RUINS – 2013 showcasing artist.

“…a fun and collaborative atmosphere.” – Jon McIldowie, Festival Republic (UK)

“…a real bonus for our local music community” – Murray Cammick, Rip It Up (NZ)

“Going Global was a top-notch experience, from both a professional and personal standpoint. The other delegates were absolutely spectacular, offering not just a substantive look into various facets of the industry, but also the opportunity to forge businessrelationships and friendships I'll carry throughout the rest of my life. The conference was extremely well-organized, right down to the evening showcases, which were a perfect representation of the wide range of exceptional talent coming out of this beautiful, energetic, and creative country. In fact, I'm now working with two artists who performed during last year's showcases - Mel Parsons and Tom Lark!” – Shawnté Salabert, VP Creative – Sugaroo! Music & Licensing for Film, TV and Advertising (USA)


Event Info

Date
05 Sep 2014 - 08 Sep 2014

Location
Ponsonby, Auckland

Time
2 days & nights


Website
Click here

Event Calendar

Jul

17

Jul

23

APRA AMCOS Boards Meet

View Event

Sep

24

APRA AMCOS Boards Meet

View Event

Nov

18

APRA AMCOS Boards Meet

View Event

Site Menu

Search the Website

Login