Since its launch in 2015, Grow My Music has proven itself as one of Australia’s most burgeoning music industry resources. Best-known as a music education provider which offers music courses, seminars, and songwriting camps, Grow My Music has added the moniker ‘virtual artist manager’ to its stable with the launch of its app.
Along with hosting learning resources, a contact list which includes access to hit-producer beat catalogues, the Grow My Music app pitches its users’ music to notable music companies each month. Essentially, cutting out a few middle men to pitch tracks to music companies including major streaming services, publishers, multiple booking agents, and more.
Co-founder and CEO Martin Brown said: “We wanted to create an app which allowed artists to have access to bigger picture opportunities more easily, build their teams more effectively, and save them money at the same time. We’re pretty stoked with what we’ve come up with!”
As a first of its kind, the app:
- Pitches your music to notable music companies each month
- Builds your team full of incredible contacts in every area a musician needs
- Saves you month every month on things you’d spend money on as an artist
- Is your portal to attend our amazing Song Writing Holidays
- Is your free ticket to our annual 2-Day seminars (valued at $1497)
- Provides you access to Hit-Producer beat catalogues every month
- Offers learning resources
Watch how the Grow My Music app works below:
Martin Brown said that while many Grow My Music course alumni have gone on to achieve successes in a variety of areas – from high rotation on triple j to management deals, to movie and TV licensing deals – most students enrolled to gain access to the Grow My Music Partners List.
The Grow My Music Partners List includes mix engineers, video directors, publicists, merch companies, recording studios and more.
“We’re quite a data driven company and when we surveyed all of our students from 2016 and 2017 asking them ‘What the main reason for their enrolment was’ over 70% chose the Grow My Music Partners List.” said Brown. “The goal of the Partners List was to build artists’ teams more effectively and make sure they didn’t have to kiss any frogs before achieving a great result.”
The Grow My Music app is yet another win for local emerging artists. After releasing an online version of the 2-Day Seminar last year, Grow My Music tripled enrolments to the annual seminar, compared to the previous year.
The company also opened up a digital marketing arm and is actively working to pair emerging artists with the global music industry.
“This is just the start of the Grow My Music App,” Brown said. “Wait until artists and the wider music industry see’s what we do with it next!”