A brand new podcast helping raise awareness and educating others on the positive actions we can take, to change the music industry for the better.
Meet the Team: Welcome to Not a Groupie
In this episode, you meet our producer Molly Isaac and bubbly host Sophie Smith, who talk to you about their experiences in the music industry that led them to work for the feminist org, Cactus City Studio.
Music PR with Bee Adamic : At the same time as quitting my corporate job I found out I was pregnant
Ever wondered what Music PR actually is? It’s time to introduce you to Bee Adamic, CEO and founder of Liberty Music PR.
Sync is the se*xy extra bit : with Sync Executive, Gemma Farrington
What is sync? In this episode, we have Sentric Music’s very own Sync Executive, Gemma Farrington to explain this mysterious world.
Firefighting and moving parts : The realities of tour management with Emma Edgar
When it comes to touring, often people see the high life but touring isn’t for the faint-hearted. Tour manager Emma Edgar talks about her time managing Placebo, Hot Chip and My Chemical Romance and what its really like being on the road.
You’re going to think I’ve been down the pub but there’s a real problem with licensing : How entertainment executive Jane Dyball pieced together her career
Entertainment executive Jane Dyball has so many stories from gin slammers to being the first person to download Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’.
We get into the nitty-gritty of her career, talking about the art of eavesdropping, international copyright law and resilience in the face of rejection.
Talking to yourself with love : The importance of prioritising yourself with Chloe Mykel
Chloe Mykel talks us through how to get noticed by journalists and how to have built a successful release campaign alongside the value of building your own PR connections whilst giving back to her community via, FEMusic an org specialising in educating and empowering women within the music industry.