How to Survive in the Ever-Evolving Music Industry with Elliot Rashman (Happy Mondays Manager)

Seminar - Talk

"How to Survive in the Ever-Evolving Music Industry"

With Elliot Rashman (Happy Mondays Manager) & Techno DJ Mistress De Funk (BBC R1 & Sankey's)

17.30 for a 18.00 start till 20.00

    * Musician? Producer? Songwriter? Manager? DJ? Singer?
    * Looking for that big break in the music industry?

A lot has changed in the music industry since those ‘Madchester’ times, when Elliot managed indie outfit Happy Mondays & Simply Red.  People are less inclined to spend money on music now due to the freedom of internet sharing and wannabes looking for a quick route to success through the likes of the X Factor, and Britains Got Talent. 
Unfortunately this has left a lot of young artists with no idea of how to manage themselves, or how to develop as an artist.

Elliot will talk about the ways in which the music industry has changed, and will provide tools and knowledge for surviving in the industry as it is in its current guise.

Elliot is now a coach and  mentor for young artists, helping them get  the best out of themselves and work in the most efficient and successful way.  Elliot is a realist, and knows surviving as an artist now requires different skills.

02 March 2010 Starting at 5pm

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also on the same day

UnRavel The longest Hand Painted Film in Britain

Kicking off AND Festival’s weekend of NOISELAB activity, a group of four artist film and video makers take on the cinematic challenge of painting the longest  hand-painted film in Britain. Delivering a variety of workshops across the UK the project amasses to 1 frame of 16mm film for every 1m of the 874 miles between the extreme north and extreme south of Britain by road – John O’Groates to Lands End. Becoming the kinetic version of the Bayeux Tapestry. This epic film will be created and manipulated by hand, linking local communities throughout mainland Britain. Drop in and make your mark in history.

Sat 02 - Sun 03 October

12.00 - 17.00

Free entry, so ignore the link below – you don’t need a ticket!

The Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival. AND will be taking place across Manchester from 1- 7 October 2010 and the North West until 2012 and beyond.

For more information visit www.andfestival.org.uk/

02 October 2010 Starting at 12pm

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