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One Year Later
34 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
In Conversation: with future-pop act Cloves and screen composer Jed Kurzel
In this special edition episode, Poppy Reid chats to future-pop act Cloves and singer-songwriter and screen composer Jed Kurzel. The conversation took place at London's RAK Studios in front of a live audience, the morning after the Global APRA Music Awards.
40 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
One Year Later: Phil Barton
In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to hitmaker Phil Barton, who signed a co-publishing deal with Liz Rose Music (Taylor Swift, Bonnie Raitt) in June 2018. The discussion takes place in London, a few days after Barton's Songwriter of the Year win at the APRA Global Music Awards in Nashville.
46 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
One Year Later: Jordan Rakei
In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Jordan Rakei, who released his critically acclaimed album Origin last year. The discussion takes place at Lomond Rooms studio in London, two days after Rakei's win at the APRA Global Music Awards.
36 minutes | Mar 14, 2020
One Year Later: Mallrat
Welcome to One Year Later, an Industry Observer podcast, presented by APRA AMCOS, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Mallrat, who last year released her third EP Driving Music. The conversation takes place in LA, the day after she took out the Breakthrough Artist Of the Year APRA Global Music Award.
32 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
One Year Later: Rachel Kelly, Downtown Music Publishing Aus & NZ
It's been over a year since Rachel Kelly launched Downtown Music Publishing in Australia and New Zealand. The publishing firm behind Hans Zimmer, Little Mix, Ryan Tedder has doubled its international footprint since then, and Kelly has been busy growing its local roster. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Rachel Kelly about DMP's local acts like The Teskey Brothers and Stella Donnelly, what it was like as a new player in the market, Australia's publishing landscape, her A&R process, and the bravest thing she's ever had to do.
30 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
One Year Later: The Rubens
Welcome to One Year Later, an Industry Observer podcast, presented by APRA AMCOS, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Elliot and Sam from The Rubens, who have had a banner year since releasing their ARIA #3-charting album, Lo La Ru.
38 minutes | Jun 12, 2019
One Year Later: Jack River
This is One Year Later, an Industry Observer podcast, presented by APRA AMCOS, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Holly Rankin, better known as Jack River, an Australian musician, entrepreneur, and the driving force between festivals and initiatives such as Electric Lady and Grow Your Own. One year on from the release of her debut album, Jack River discusses the existence of the tall poppy syndrome in Australia, along with the importance of achieving goals by surrounding herself with those that can help support her vision.
34 minutes | Apr 25, 2019
One Year Later: Briggs
This is One Year Later, an Industry Observer podcast, presented by APRA AMCOS, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Adam Briggs, Australian rapper, record label owner, producer, comedy writer, and actor. As one half of A.B. Original with Trials, Briggs took out the prestigious Songwriter of the Year Award at last year's ceremony. Ahead of the 2019 APRA Awards, Briggs chats about why he uses his voice to speak up on Indigenous rights, his Netflix series alongside The Simpsons creators, why US will never be a focus for his music, and why he's not a fan of Australia's 'Welcome to Country' ceremonies.
55 minutes | Sep 17, 2018
One Year Later: Maggie Collins
Maggie Collins, industry veteran, triple j presenter, label services company founder, and artist manager to DZ Deathrays, programmed the mammoth BIGSOUND conference and festival in 2017, she did it all again this year, and she's planning next year's too. We caught up with Maggie Collins on ground at BIGSOUND 2018, a year after her first stint as programmer, to discuss the importance of conference diversity, the story behind her signing of DZ Deathrays, the 2019 programme, her favourite new manager in the biz, and more.
28 minutes | May 6, 2018
One Year Later: Nick Findlay on taking the top role at triple j
Welcome to One Year Later, an Industry Observer podcast, presented by APRA AMCOS, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to triple j Music Director Nick Findlay. At the helm of Australia's national youth broadcaster, Findlay helps to break artists internationally and put Australian music in the spotlight, far eclipsing commercial radio's local content quotas every day.
31 minutes | Feb 5, 2018
One Year Later: Gretta Ray
Welcome to One Year Later, an Industry Observer podcast, presented by APRA AMCOS, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Gretta Ray, who took out the prestigious Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition just over a year ago with her track 'Drive'.
29 minutes | Dec 13, 2017
Lord Mayor Clover Moore talks about the changing face of Sydney's music scene
Speaking from her office at Town Hall, the Lord Mayor talks about the changing face of Sydney's music scene and how the support of small venues drastically changed the city, she also chats about the lessons she brought home after living in London, the times she used to sneak out of home to catch gigs in Kings Cross, and the Agent of Change proposal.
48 minutes | Sep 3, 2017
Inside The World Of Jen Cloher: Label Co-operator And Self-managed Artist
Poppy Reid chats to Jen Cloher, the Melbourne musician, songwriter, record label co-operator, and founder of workshop series I Manage My Music. Jen popped into the APRA AMCOS offices in Sydney to talk about the importance of building a community around your business and how to do it, why it wasn't always smooth sailing, and her advice for artists who are self-managed or who are looking to become self-managed.
31 minutes | Jul 18, 2017
Jennie Sager, Twitter's Head Of Entertainment, Asia Pacific
"Our video views have increased by 225%, so we know that [our users] just want more and more video content [...] In the almost three years that I've been at Twitter this is by far one of the most exciting times to be here." For Episode #4 of The Industry Observer Podcast presented by APRA AMCOS, we chat to Jennie Sager, Twitter's Head of Entertainment, Asia Pacific. Recorded from Twitter Australia's head office in Sydney, Jennie chats about the social giant's video strategy, bots and fake accounts, why it's not always nice to be labeled a female tech executive, and the best career blunder she's ever made.
47 minutes | Jun 6, 2017
A Conversation About Mental Health In Music
According to research by Entertainment Assist, the rate of attempted suicide in the entertainment industry is more than double the rest of the population. To open up the conversation around mental health, Poppy Reid chats to Mark Callaghan (of The Riptides, Gang Gajang), who is also the Advisor of member services at APRA AMCOS and a Board member at music industry charity Support Act. Also joining Poppy is Hayley Mary, frontwoman of ARIA and APRA Award winning band The Jezabels. Disclaimer: This podcast episode a discussion only and certainly not a 'how-to' for those looking for a guide on how to deal with mental health issues.
46 minutes | Apr 30, 2017
Ep #2: Johann Ponniah, I OH YOU
"It could all fucking crash and burn, by the time this podcast comes out I OH YOU could be over." Well, it didn't. In fact, the I Oh You and Converge Management Founder is kicking more goals than ever with acts like ARIA winners Violent Soho performing to massive crowds at Groovin' The Moo, Gorillaz-favourites DMA'S selling out their London show, and Jack River joining The Wombats on tour. In episode #2 of The Industry Observer podcast presented by APRA AMCOS, Johann chats about his start in the industry (handing out stickers in Campbelltown as part of a street team), micro-managing his way to success, and why he's toying with the idea of a publishing arm.
39 minutes | Mar 26, 2017
Ep #1: Streaming, Starley And Spotify: 2017 And Beyond
We tackle the interesting, sometimes contentious topic of music streaming. How much revenue do artists make from streaming? How could a change in the copyright amendment affect rights holders and why are playlists so crucial to an artist's career? We'll answer those questions and more as you hear from Spotify Australia, Sydney artist Starley and Dean Ormston, Head of Member Services at APRA AMCOS.
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