Unsigned bands for Budweiser

Renowned Irish music producer Rob Kirwan at the launch of Budweiser Future Sounds of Irish Music.
Renowned Irish music producer Rob Kirwan at the launch of Budweiser Future Sounds of Irish Music.

Following the success of the Budweiser Dream Job campaign this Summer, Budweiser’s Future Sounds of Irish Music project is giving 10 talented unsigned Irish music artists the opportunity to fulfil their dreams by receiving a recording studio session with renowned music producer Rob Kirwan from 18th-29th November.



1 November 2013

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Ten unsigned acts will spend a day in a purpose-built recording studio in Dublin city centre with Rob Kirwan who’ll produce, mix and master one track from each band over 10 days.

Each band will also get a band photo-shoot and a video of their experience produced.

All bands will perform a live acoustic set and be interviewed on Phantom FM to showcase their talents and will also receive promotion and airplay of their professionally produced track on Phantom FM, in Hot Press and across Budweiser and project partner social media sites.

Interested music artists, that are currently unsigned, have until midnight on 7th November to register and send the track they want produced via the Budweiser Facebook page.

Future Sounds project partners Hot Press and Phantom FM along with Rob Kirwan will listen to all submitted music and then choose 10 artists which they find most inspiring and that they believe would benefit from the opportunity to record and promote their music.

Also, anyone interested in music production and the music industry in general will have the opportunity to attend some free music seminars and discussions with industry experts which will take place in the Bud Lounge located in the Future Sounds Recording Studio from 18th-29th November. Details of what’s on and who will attend are available on Facebook.com/Budweiser.

Commenting on the project, Budweiser’s Karen McMenamy said, “We’re really excited to give 10 unsigned Irish acts the opportunity to follow their dreams of becoming recording artists. By working with Rob and showcasing their music, we hope the project will provide the platform for them to launch their careers in the music industry”.



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