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Rachel Kelly Creative Director & Head of Sync Downtown Music Publishing, Australia & New Zealand

One Year Later: Rachel Kelly, Downtown Music Publishing Australia & 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,...

More than 95,000 music creators rely on APRA AMCOS to get paid when their music is used. Australasia’s leading music rights management organisation licenses organisations to play, perform, copy or record music, and distributes the royalties to its members. APRA AMCOS. Made by music.

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the rubens one year later

One Year Later: The Rubens

Sam and Elliott talk The Bunker and their unique songwriting and recording process, the album campaign, the best outcome from supporting P!nk, and following up the runaway success of Hottest 100 #1 ‘Hoops’.

More than 95,000 music creators rely on APRA AMCOS to get paid when their music is used. Australasia’s leading music rights management organisation licenses organisations to play, perform, copy or record music, and distributes the royalties to its members. APRA AMCOS. Made by music.

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briggs one year later podcast

One Year Later: Briggs

This is One Year Later, where we revisit career changing moments, one year on. In this episode, Poppy Reid chats to Adam Briggs, a year after he took out the prestigious APRA Songwriter of the Year Award as one half of A.B. Original.

More than 95,000 music creators rely on APRA AMCOS to get paid when their music is used. Australasia’s leading music rights management organisation licenses organisations to play, perform, copy or record music, and distributes the royalties to its members. APRA AMCOS. Made by music.

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maggie collins one year later podcast

One Year Later: Maggie Collins

We caught up with Maggie Collins on ground at BIGSOUND this year, exactly a year after she first took the top role, 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.

More than 95,000 music creators rely on APRA AMCOS to get paid when their music is used. Australasia’s leading music rights management organisation licenses organisations to play, perform, copy or record music, and distributes the royalties to its members. APRA AMCOS. Made by music.

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