Multi-Track launches Home-Grown Heat

This month Multi-Track has launched Home-Grown Heat; an innovative artist development scheme for 18-25 year old unsigned musicians in Bristol making underground music.

Home-Grown Heat are on the look-out for three acts on the rise – solo artists, duos or groups – who will benefit from a bespoke package of mentorship. Through the support and guidance from industry professionals, acts will be equipped with the required tools to connect with the world of music business and progress their DIY careers.

Multi-Track, which powered by Bristol Plays Music and Urban Development, launched in Bristol earlier this month and will provide the stepping stones for future pioneers of the UK underground music scene by connecting them with industry professionals. Home-Grown Heat is the first project as part of this programme that aims to demystify the music business so that anyone in the city with potential, regardless of ethnicity, gender or background, can access the tools and knowledge they need for commercial success. 

For more information on how to apply visit Home-Grown Heat website.

Applications welcome from acts aged 18-25 from all backgrounds.
Closing date for applications is 1 June 2017

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