Meet the latest artists receiving support to bring their ideas to life
Introducing the artists, we’re supporting from July as they take the next steps in developing their careers.
Support to develop careers
From July 2023 we’re supporting 47 musicians to develop mixing and mastering skills, release new music, embark on debut international tours, and utilise digital marketing campaigns.
From debut international tours to live launch shows
12 artists are being supported to perform in front of a live audience, including Rachel Hill.
Having previously self-funded tours, Rachel, with the help of touring and live support will be embarking on her first international tour, spanning Germany in Autumn 2023. Rachel will be able to pay most of the tour’s costs upfront, as well as update and expand her range of merch, buy flight cases for her instruments, and cover living costs whilst in Germany.
27 artists are being supported to record and release new music. Rooftop Assembly are being supported to fully promote their debut album Stories, to be released in October 2023. The band intend on creating high-quality videos, social media content and hiring a PR team to amplify the release.
Support to develop through training, mentorship, or other learning opportunities specific to your needs.
Skills and professional development support provides artists with the opportunity to enhance their skills or artistic practice. For MrConeman, having been previously self-taught in using recording software, skills and professional development support will allow him to upskill in recording software with a certified engineer and producer.
Looking to push your music career forward?
If you’re a musician looking to release new music, arrange a live event or work on developing your skills, opportunities for support from Help Musicians are always available.