Applications Open For Brownswood's Future Bubblers Music Discovery Programme

Applications have now opened for the second year of the music talent discovery project, Future Bubblers. Gilles Peterson and the Brownswood team are once again on the lookout for ten of the country’s most exciting and innovative music creatives producing sounds in tune with their ethos: ‘outside the box’, crossing genres, continents and eras of influence.

The successful Bubblers will be part of a year long journey, one that is tailored to their individual needs, reflecting who they are, the music they make and where they want to be. They will be paired with a music industry mentor chosen specifically for them, receive creative development and business insight and promotional assets, all helping them build the self-confidence towards achieving their own artistic ambitions.

Gilles Peterson said: "The Year 1 Bubbler’s have already been making really exciting moves and massive progress".

The Future Bubblers programme will unlock doors, promote creative freedom without commercial pressure and help artists to develop skills and flourish locally. It’s an extension of a musical ethos developed over many years by Gilles and the team.

Applications close on Friday 19th August 2016 and the Year 2 candidates will be announced in October. Future Bubblers is open to music creators from across England.

Proud to offer a “no barrier opportunity” the team have devised an application process that is simple and accessible and will avoid the often off-putting convoluted and complicated demands of similar schemes. Learn how to apply on the Future Bubblers website.

Claire Gevaux, Creative Director of Help Musicians UK said:

“Being involved in the first year of the Future Bubblers programme was a great opportunity for Help Musicians UK to spread our reach across the UK. The whole team are looking forward to finding out who will be supported in round two as Brownswood’s track record has shown that they always attract the most interesting and innovative artists.”

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