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  • 07.04.15 Pages >> News
    Tom-IansekPush Songs' innovative and inspiring song writing mentoring program heads into its 2nd round throughout this April and May 2015 and again it's FREE!

    To develop your song writing skills, successful applicants will take part in 3, one on one song writing workshops, plus be invited to join the Tuesday Night Song Club to meet and share ideas and live performance opportunities with fellow song writers.

    Working alongside Push Songs Co-ordinator <...
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  • 13.03.15 Pages >> News

    WalkThisWay_A4_PosterWalk This Way is a five week hip hop program of workshops, cultural institution tours, and cultural dinners which invites international students and local residents aged 18-30 to engage by creative means in Melbourne. It's free and will run during April/May.

    Over the five week program participants will be mentored by professional artists in the hip hop forms of MCing, DJing, Br...

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  • 10.03.15 Pages >> News
    TheBeanProjectWinnerCrop_-_CopyConcluding another year of City of Melbourne's Moomba Festival, the FReeZA Push Start Battle of the Bands winner was announced as Upway's The Bean Project. With the well-deserved $11,000 worth of prizes now under their belts, The Bean Project are now eager to put that money towards the mixing and printing of a new EP and promoting the band through music videos, me...
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  • 19.11.14 Pages >> News

    FReeZAMentoring_colourApplications are now open for for the 2015 FReeZA Mentoring Program, a free program to help young Victorians aged 18 and 25 establish themselves in the music industry.

    The mentoring program funded by the Victorian Government will see young participants matched up, one-on-one, with a supportive mentor who is already established within the music industry. Past mentors include Kirsten Doert of Cather...

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  • 17.11.14 Pages >> News
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    Breaking news, fierce debates, political revelations, passionate discussions, knowledge sharing, hilarious anecdotes and vital industry networking encompassed this year's vibrant Face The Music program.

    Over 850 punters flocked to Arts Centre Melbourne for the seventh year of the two-day summit, where they soaked up vital industry knowledge. The highly anticipated 'Vote For Me! State Election – The Parties Bring It!' sess...

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