PROPELLER artists will get access to a range of industry experts through an ongoing programme of workshops, masterclasses and one-to-ones. These seminars will be designed to build knowledge across all fundamental aspects of industry and practice, which you can utilise to turbo charge your project. All members will also have access to an extensive bank of digital resources, consisting of guidance, explainers and tips on all specific aspects of the music industry.
Our Knowledge sessions will be delivered by professionals such as…
Jen Long is an artist manager and broadcaster who will be dropping in with us for regular masterclasses and sessions. Jen has worked in various positions across the music industry, marketing and broadcasting over the past decade and a half, including as a journalist for NME and The Line Of Best Fit, hosting a BBC Introducing radio show, running her own label (Kissability), and generally helping out artists along the way.
Alan Duggan manages and tour manages Girl Band, the Dublin four-piece in which he also plays guitar. Alan has helped the group to navigate a record deal (Rough Trade Records, globally) and a publishing deal (Domino Publishing, globally) while maintaining a DIY nature (the band are self-managed, self-recorded, produced and mixed). Outside of the band, Alan is a lecturer in BIMM Dublin, with a focus on Music Business Studies and Marketing.
Ceri Dixon is Head Of UK Digital Partnerships at Red Light Management, working with the company’s London based team. She is also artist manager to emerging Liverpool-based act The Let Go. In her role with Red Light, Ceri is responsible for digital strategies, relationships and partnerships across the company’s roster of artists managed from the UK.
Hailing from Liverpool and spending quite a lot of time in the Wirral during her youth, Amy has been in PR for over 7 years, starting during her PR degree. She’s worked on some of the UK’s biggest festivals, and with artists such as Refused, The 1975, Wolf Alice, Years & Years and more. Amy started at Prescription last year and works with For Those I Love, TV Priest and Zuzu, amongst others.
Lewis is a solicitor at Russells, a top-tier music and entertainment industry specialist law firm based in London. He advises and negotiates on behalf of new and established artists/writers, producers, managers, record labels and publishers, as well as live performers, booking agents, promoters and festivals.