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Searching For The Perfect Beat: Future Bubblers // Our new music talent discovery and development idea

April 29, 2015

We have now launched “Searching for the Perfect Beat : Future Bubblers” a new music initiative and extension of Brownswood music vibes; crossing genres, continents and eras of influence and Future Bubblers” waves the same flag.

Future Bubblers is about digging for the most exciting and innovative music creatives in each of the “Future Bubblers” cities. Artists from each city will be offered a unique and bespoke mentoring opportunity giving them music industry insights, tools and the self-confidence towards achieving their individual artistic ambitions. Future Bubblers is about helping to unlock doors for artists, promoting creative freedom without commercial pressure and helping artists to develop skills and flourish locally.

This little video explains it all with some nifty animation skills from Dan Britt

We will be selecting a total of 10 candidates from across the 3 cities in the first year. Applications open officially on Monday 11th May and will close Friday 7th August. You can check for all the information on how to apply, and also how you can get involved in nominated the third city for the first year of the project.

The project aims to help local music audiences too; discovering the hidden musical treasures buried deep in their city and putting together positive music experiences that set vibrations for a scene that encourages music to thrive in the cities that first inspired it.

“Future Bubblers” is a unique support system that hasn’t previously existed for the ‘outside the box’ artist. It is about building a long-term viability for music makers across the country. It is UK-wide movement of like-minds and vibes.

We’d like to shout out the lovely people at the Arts Council and Help Musicians UK who are backing the project, and also our amazing partners on a local level in Nottingham:
The Music Exchange
Rough Trade Nottingham
and Salford:
Islington Mill

AND the website wunderkind Gareth Horner for his mad online skills

Follow the journey on Twitter @futurebubblers and Instagram @futurebubblers