Our next workshop will take place on Saturday 2nd December 2017. Check out the speakers below. We book out every time, make sure to register your interest now.



Nick Brown is co-host of PBS FM’s breakfast show ‘The Breakfast Spread’ and member of Melbourne three-piece Cable Ties who released their self-titled debut album this year to glowing reviews, scoring both Triple R and Triple J’s coveted ‘Album of the Week’ spots and selling out their launch shows around Australia. We’ll talk to Nick about the importance of community radio for early career artists, the experience of releasing and touring the Cable Ties album this year and how he balances presenting a radio show with making music.



Romy Vager is the front woman and principle songwriter of Melbourne’s RVG who recently re-released their debut album ‘A Quality of Mercy’. Traversing both the personal and political, Romy moves effortlessly from imagining herself in the mind of the Bali Nine to exploring the isolation of being trans. With a festival appearance at Meredith later this year and official selection to showcase at SXSW in 2018, things don't look like they'll be slowing down for RVG. We’ll talk to Romy about her decision to re-release their debut album and the importance of finding the right team to support her musical vision.

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Genna ALexopoulos

Genna Alexopoulos is a music & events publicist that honed her skills at an independent record label, before starting boutique PR Agency Super Duper in her living room in late 2013. Since then, Super Duper has represented some of your favourite artists and programs in Australia, including Vivid LIVE at Sydney Opera House, Big Day Out, Secret Garden Festival, Camp Cope, Skegss and the Twilight at Taronga and Melbourne Zoo. We’ll talk to Genna about the most cost effective way self managed artists can structure a DIY release, incorporating community and ABC radio, playlists and blogs.


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.