Exploring Music Podcast

Exploring Music E 13 Music Industry Navigation for New Artists Part 02 of 02 with Peter Moore and Mark Jennings

November 04, 2019 Peter Moore, Mark Jennings and Lionel Lodge Season 1 Episode 13
Exploring Music Podcast
Exploring Music E 13 Music Industry Navigation for New Artists Part 02 of 02 with Peter Moore and Mark Jennings
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Exploring Music Podcast
Exploring Music E 13 Music Industry Navigation for New Artists Part 02 of 02 with Peter Moore and Mark Jennings
Nov 04, 2019 Season 1 Episode 13
Peter Moore, Mark Jennings and Lionel Lodge

This episode is going to be a little different from the others. In this episode we will be discussing advice for new artists, how to prepare for live shows/festivals - how to stand out from the crowd and why new music finds it very difficult to get seen and heard. 

Peter Moore, has been working in the entertainment industry for over 25 years including holding the position of product manager at Sony Records. He is the Co-Founder of PRB Media and also of Seamless Entertainment Ltd. PRB Media places music in film & TV, with clients including Universal, Paramount, HBO, Disney and Warner Brothers. Seamless Entertainment was formed through the Prince’s Trust and has produced live events for audiences ranging in size of up to 50,000 people. With strong expertise in music festival management, Peter advises UK & European festivals on structure and financing. Peter has also advised young people on the Music, Film & TV industries under the New Deal for the Media program with the UK Government. For this work, Peter was awarded entrepreneur of the year, two years running, by the Institute of UK Directors and Hewlett Packard. Peter continues his advisory work, working with the UK music industry governing bodies, including the Association of Independent Musicians. 

And joining Peter is Mark Jennings. Mark is CEO of Subba Media, which runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a fan generated reviews platform for music and festivals. Mark has worked in digital publishing and advertising his whole career. He's witnessed the change in audience participation across digital media and is aiming to disrupt the music media landscape through Subba Media.  Subba Media runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a TripAdvisor style fan reviews platform for music and festivals.  Peer-to-peer content is trusted by fans, festivals, artists and venues and aims to put artist’s and fans center stage. Subba-Cultcha.com publishes over 6,500 fan reviews per year; featuring reviews of more than 3,000 bands/artists and over 150 festivals in the US/Europe/Asia.

We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.

This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. 

If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.

If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.

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This episode is going to be a little different from the others. In this episode we will be discussing advice for new artists, how to prepare for live shows/festivals - how to stand out from the crowd and why new music finds it very difficult to get seen and heard. 

Peter Moore, has been working in the entertainment industry for over 25 years including holding the position of product manager at Sony Records. He is the Co-Founder of PRB Media and also of Seamless Entertainment Ltd. PRB Media places music in film & TV, with clients including Universal, Paramount, HBO, Disney and Warner Brothers. Seamless Entertainment was formed through the Prince’s Trust and has produced live events for audiences ranging in size of up to 50,000 people. With strong expertise in music festival management, Peter advises UK & European festivals on structure and financing. Peter has also advised young people on the Music, Film & TV industries under the New Deal for the Media program with the UK Government. For this work, Peter was awarded entrepreneur of the year, two years running, by the Institute of UK Directors and Hewlett Packard. Peter continues his advisory work, working with the UK music industry governing bodies, including the Association of Independent Musicians. 

And joining Peter is Mark Jennings. Mark is CEO of Subba Media, which runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a fan generated reviews platform for music and festivals. Mark has worked in digital publishing and advertising his whole career. He's witnessed the change in audience participation across digital media and is aiming to disrupt the music media landscape through Subba Media.  Subba Media runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a TripAdvisor style fan reviews platform for music and festivals.  Peer-to-peer content is trusted by fans, festivals, artists and venues and aims to put artist’s and fans center stage. Subba-Cultcha.com publishes over 6,500 fan reviews per year; featuring reviews of more than 3,000 bands/artists and over 150 festivals in the US/Europe/Asia.

We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.

This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. 

If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.

If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.

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Introduction
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