Our next workshop will take place on Saturday March 3rd 2018. Check out the speakers below. We book out every time, make sure to register your interest now.



BRIGGS is a powerhouse rapper and Bad Apples Music Founder/CEO who has created records that have made him a pioneer of the new wave of Australian hip-hop. His outspoken critiques of Australian culture have given a strong voice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders nationally. As a multidisciplinary artist, BRIGGS is on your televisions starring in Cleverman, Charlie Pickering's The Weekly and Get Krackin, or reverberating through your turntables with his critically acclaimed albums both as a solo artist and as one half of the award winning duo, A.B. Original. 


LAUREN taylor
triple r | pResenter & Live music co-ordinator

Lauren Taylor is always listening for the new and the next, sharing her latest musical discoveries on 3RRR's Thursday drive program Breaking and Entering alongside co-host Simon Winkler. The program features important new releases, in depth interviews with recording artists and follows critical conversations in a rapidly changing musical landscape.  Lauren is also the Live-to-Air & Events Co-ordinator at 3RRR, where she works as part of the Programming & Content team to produce outside broadcasts and also all events from the Triple R Performance Space.

Sweetie Zamora

sweetie zamora
Remote control | publicist  

Victoria Sweetie Zamora is a music publicist, bass player & Ken Done enthusiast. She is the Head of Labels & Promotions at Remote Control Records and manages campaigns for artists including Adele, Queens Of The Stone Age, Radiohead, The xx, Methyl Ethel, Client Liaison, Sampha and many more as well as maintaining Remote Control’s label relationships with Milk! Records, Omnian Music Group, Pool House Records, Bedrooms Suck and Barely Dressed.She currently plays bass guitar in Bloods and was also an Arvos presenter for Sydney’s FBi Radio for 10 years before moving to Melbourne.


Jen Cloher

In 2011 Jen Cloher launched a series of workshops called I Manage My Music, specifically tailored to assist the self-managed musician. Jen has self funded and independently released four albums. Her most recent (self-titled) garnering critical praise around the world. Prior to commencing a co-management partnership with Look Out Kid in 2017, Jen was self-managed for 12 years. She now manages Milk! Records the label started by Courtney Barnett in 2012, which won Best Label at the 2015 AIR Awards. Jen will talk about the importance of implementing business structure, planning and funding with a specific focus on your next release.


Workshop location

Music Victoria
Lvl 1, 49 Tope St
South Melbourne VIC 3205


Workshops are limited to 25 people, register your interest now.