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Applications to Resonate’s music industry live showcase now open

Resonate, Scotland’s music conference event for industry professionals, musicians, students and aspiring artists, today announced the opening of applications to play their annual Resonate Live showcase taking place at Platform, Argyle street on Thursday 24th November 2022. The conference welcomes applications from across Scotland and embraces artists and acts from all genres. The annual Resonate Live showcase will close proceedings at the 6th edition of Resonate Music Conference.

Since their inaugural conference in 2017, Resonate have welcomed an impressive array of artists including Lizzie Reid, Rascalton, Chef, Becky Sikasa, Declan Welsh & The DecadentWest, Carla J. Easton, Danko, Grayling, Bemz and many more to the Resonate stage. 2021’s showcase at the new Resonate host venue Platform, saw performances from Danko, Becky Sikasa, Rachel Jack & Lewis McLaughlin who went on to win the BBC Introducing Emerging talent competition culminating in a series of performances at Glastonbury 2022. RESONATE LIVE aims to provide opportunities for those artists who are selected by offering them the chance to perform in front of digital distributors, record labels, music publishers, managers and marketing gurus.

Artists can apply here by putting their best two musical examples forward along with any other supporting information.

Applications  will close on Thursday 28th September. For more information visit: https://www.resonatescot.co.uk/

Picture credit: CMcMillan

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