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Support

All PROPELLER artists will be paired with an experienced professional mentor, who will work with you on a personalised development plan. While based within PROPELLER, our aim is to help you grow your music project and become the best possible version of yourself. Focussing on all aspects of your music and development, our mentors will work with you to shape your goals and work together to achieve them. This will be done through regular communication and support, specifically focussed development sessions and a plan that will put in place a robust music career bedrock.
Take a look at some of our mentors.

CATH HURLEY

Cath is the Community Manager at Future Yard leading on PROPELLER. In 2018 she launched artist management company, mostdeffo, working with Eyesore & The Jinx, Natalie McCool and Beija Flo. Cath has worked in online PR, digital marketing and social media management for an extremely varied roster of brand new acts through to established artists, and worked as a product manager at Rough Trade Records for several years.

Mostdeffo
PIRAN ASTON

Piran Aston is an artist manager, booking agent and photographer based in Manchester. He runs his own management company named Borders Management, where I manage four bands, The Lounge Society (Speedy Wunderground), Loose Articles, Idle Hours and Fehlt (Clue Records). Piran also works as acting booking agent and PR representative for Loose Articles, Idle Hours and Fehlt.

CONSTANCE KEANE

Constance Keane is a London-based Irish interdisciplinary artist, manager and record label director. She has two music projects - Fears and M(h)aol, has worked at a number of indie labels such as Young and Erased Tapes, and also manages Laura Groves. In 2020, Constance founded TULLE - an independent women-led label aiming to support underrepresented voices in music.

TULLE
DAVE OWEN

Dave is the Label Manager at Big Scary Monsters, an independent, global record label based in Oxford/London. He is responsible for the operational side, working predominantly on the organisation, planning, production, marketing and delivery of the label's release schedule. Originally from Birkenhead, Dave has a vast amount of experience working with artists at the grassroots level, and working with their DIY approach to build fanbases across the world.

Big Scary Monsters
SOPHIE GALPIN

Sophie is an experienced recording and touring musician based in Manchester. She writes and performs under the name SOFT LAD, and has played live with PINS, Self Esteem and Tom Grennan. Sophie is also one third of Broken Bird Studios – an audio production company, specialising in sound design and composition for film, theatre, radio drama and more.

Broken Bird Studios
JAMILA SCOTT

Jamila Scott has over 12 years' experience in the music industry, having worked at Polydor, Warner Records and management companies such as Method Records. She has signed and worked across artists like Lion Babe, Years & Years, Liv Dawson and Chaya. Alongside her A&R duties Jamila has run tastemaker blog Cruel Rhythm since 2011 and has worked with partners including Sonos and Hype Machine on events featuring artists such as SZA, Kelis, Dua Lipa and Stormzy.

GEORGIE HARRISON

Having started off working for BBC Music TV, Georgie has worked in the music industry for 10 years. Georgie has toured globally, production managing a festival in Bogota, Colombia and working with artists such as Royal Blood, Zara Larsson and The Strokes. Georgie is committed to focusing on the development and success of an artist's career while keeping their well-being, creativity and happiness at the core and forefront.

CRAIG G PENNINGTON

Craig has been creating and building new music businesses for 16 years. One of our Future Yard founders, Craig also established Bido Lito! – The Liverpool Music Magazine – in 2010 and has been at the forefront of new music on Merseyside ever since, providing a vital platform for the region’s emerging new artists. Craig also sits on the Liverpool City Region Music Board and authored ‘Liverpool, Music City?’ with LJMU in 2017.

PRICING

PROPELLER will provide the creative home for your music project. There are two PROPELLER Membership options; one which includes use of our rehearsal studios and one without.

The deadline for applications is Monday 2nd August.

Want to find out more before applying? Book a chat with one of our mentors now.

Full Membership

Propeller Membership Including Full Use Of Rehearsal Studios

£180 per month
  • 2 x weekly, 3-4 hour sessions in our high-quality rehearsal studios, with Yamaha PA system, Sennheiser microphones + Focusrite interface
  • Experienced industry mentor to help identify + achieve your goals
  • Dedicated development plan for your project
  • Access to members' hot-desk space 7 days a week
  • Access to an ongoing programme of elite masterclasses, workshops + 1-2-1s
  • Full range of business support for your project
  • Membership of a dynamic, collaborative + social community of artists
  • Use of Future Yard live venue for showcasing, pre-production + headline events
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Basic Membership

Propeller Membership Without Use Of Rehearsal Studios

£60 per month
  • 2 x weekly, 3-4 hour sessions in our high-quality rehearsal studios, with Yamaha PA system, Sennheiser microphones + Focusrite interface
  • Experienced industry mentor to help identify + achieve your goals
  • Dedicated development plan for your project
  • Access to members' hot-desk space 7 days a week
  • Access to an ongoing programme of elite masterclasses, workshops + 1-2-1s
  • Full range of business support for your project
  • Membership of a dynamic, collaborative + social community of artists
  • Use of Future Yard live venue for showcasing, pre-production + headline events
APPLY NOW