Now, as a testament to their dedication to celebrating music and supporting budding musicians, Headline Acts is offering the opportunity to attend a workshop that no music lover will want to miss.
Following the success of Headline Access The Release Cycle in May this year, which offered one emerging artist the opportunity to gain invaluable mentorship from influential Australian music industry names, the musically-minded wine brand has today revealed the next iteration of Headline Access.
As the official wine partner of Laneway 2023, Headline Access is kicking off two days of intimate artist and industry-led workshops that aim to give aspiring artists the opportunity to gain invaluable knowledge on navigating the music landscape from some of the biggest names in music.
Kicking off the first session on January 31 at Auckland’s East Street Hall hosted by MC SLAVE from Fat Freddy’s Drop is Baltimore hardcore outfit Turnstile who will lead Auckland’s round of Headline Access as they reflect on a decade of commanding moshpits across the globe with their progressive back catalogue and spirited punk ethos.
One week later in Sydney’s Abercrombie Hotel on February 7, the workshop will see journalist Mikey Cahill and music writer Sose Fuamoli host while Turnstile and Slowthai again offer an exclusive Q&A.
Additionally, global dance export Logic1000 will showcase her world of electronic club-leaning sounds that have captured the attention of DJs, fans and critics alike.
First Nations artist Tasman Keith will also be hosting a segment of the workshop that will centre on remaining true to yourself as an artist, while also giving insight into the writing process and his experience as a First Nations artist within the industry.
Designed for the Australian music industry creative, Support Act will also be offering a bite-sized segment of their Creative Mind workshop, which sees talks from industry-led panellists.
To be a part of this unmissable opportunity, all aspiring artists need to enter Headline Access’ Band Love competition for the chance to be invited to the workshop, which you can find here.
But that’s not all – Headline Access is also set to reward music fans with a competition that sees two lucky punters the ultimate money-can’t-buy VIP Laneway festival experience. Enter the competition at headlineactswine.com.
Much more than just a delicious wine, Headline Access is committed to backing Aussie artists and giving back to the music industry and the fans that support it while celebrating and supporting budding local musicians.
Crafted to be enjoyed with great tunes, from backyard hangs to big festivals, Headline Access offers varieties of wine in Rosé Bubbles, Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé, and Shiraz.
On every bottle, you’ll find music-inspired artwork, with a curated Spotify playlist that was fiercely debated and finally agreed upon by musos, DJs, and vinyl junkies alike.
An industry all-access fund aimed to kickstart opportunities for local, up-and-coming bands and artists, Headline Acts launched its first instalment of Headline Access The Release Cycle in May last year, which offered one emerging artist the opportunity to gain invaluable mentorship from influential Australian music industry names, including Johann Ponniah.
As the official wine partner of Laneway in 2023, and to coincide with the national tour, Headline Access will continue to nurture the careers of emerging artists via Headline Access.
To be part of this invaluable experience, aspiring artists will need to enter Headline Act’s Band Love competition for the chance to be selected to attend.
A wine brand for the musically minded, Headline Acts connects people together through music via partnerships and industry initiatives for bands and the fans that support them.
Committed to supporting the emerging headliners of the future, Headline Access acts is a platform created with the intention to bolster the careers of independent Australian artists and creatives.
A DAY OF TALENT AND INDUSTRY-LED WORKSHOPS AND TALKS WITH SOME OF THE BIGGEST NAMES IN MUSIC
HEAR FROM SLOWTHAI (UK), TURNSTILE (US), THE BETHS (NZ), LOGIC1000, TASMAN KEITH AND MORE
EAST ST. HALL, AUCKLAND
31 JANUARY, 2023
THE ABERCROMBIE, SYDNEY
7 FEBRUARY, 2023
Competition dates: 5/01/23 – 23/01/23
*Competition applies for NSW residents only. For full T&Cs, click here.