Understanding the music industry

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Sky City Convention Centre Saturday May 28th 10am - 3pm 

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MUSIC MANAGERS AWARDS

The annual Music Managers Awards celebrate the hard work music managers put in behind the scenes.

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The Official 2016 NZ Music Month Summit - Understanding the Music Industry
Saturday 28 May

The NZ Music Managers Forum and the NZ Music Commission with support from Recorded Music NZ, APRA AMCOS and NZ On Air, are proud to announce the return of the Official Music Month Summit on Saturday May 28th.

2016 MMF Music Managers Awards - Finalists Announced!
Wednesday 11 May

The New Zealand Music Managers Forum in association with NZ Music Commission, Recorded Music NZ and OneMusic are proud to announce the finalists for the 2016 Music Managers Awards.

The Maya Payne VR Experience
Thursday 28 April

Trust a New Zealand fledgling garage start-up to pull off a 'World First' - this is no 360° video. Oh no, what you are witnessing is a true 6 degrees of freedom - a genuine in-motion performance accompanied by stunningly realistic surroundings. A truly immersive VR music video, musical experience or what we've phrased as a 'vreamscape'

Bailey Wiley 'S.O.M.M.'
Thursday 28 April

With the seeds planted in Berlin, and further grown at home in Auckland, Bailey Wiley's (Jaz Kapow) S.O.M.M., aka Still On My Mind is the sound of an artist pushing the boundaries of neo-soul.

BROODS’ NEW ALBUM, CONSCIOUS, SET FOR RELEASE ON JUNE 24
Thursday 21 April

Broods will release their sophomore album, Conscious, on June 24. Fans have a chance to pre-order the album early via the band’s website. Those who pre-order the album digitally will instantly receive the anthemic first single, “Free.”

The Taite Music Prize: announcing this year’s winner
Thursday 21 April

The winner of the seventh annual Taite Music Prize 2016 is Silicon for the album ‘Personal Computer.  Emma Smith, a member of the 2016 judging panel commented: “It's a singular vision, beautifully executed, that speaks to now. And it's funny.”