Get Gig Ready helps local musicians amp up their skills and shines a spotlight on creative talent in the Ryde and Lane Cove areas.
Get Gig Ready is presented by City of Ryde, Lane Cove Council, the Live Music Office, MusicNSW, 2SER and Macquarie University.
In 2021, we ran digital workshops on topics including copyright, goal setting and marketing for musicians. We also came together for a panel with industry expert followed by a networking night. See below for upcoming workshops.
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Local Listens Spotify Playlists
Want to listen to more local music but not sure where to start? We’ve brought together talent from the City of Ryde and Lane Cove Council in a series of curated Spotify playlists for your listening pleasure.
These playlists are the perfect accompaniment for strolls around your neighbourhood, unwinding after work, loungeroom dance parties, and a whole bunch more.
Listen at The Canopy, Lane Cove during the 2021 Lane Cove Festival or via Spotify any time.
Note: some songs included in the Get Gig Ready playlists may contain mature themes and language. Listener discretion is advised.
Local Listens - Moody
Songs for broody contemplation and rocking out
Local Listens - Acoustic
Songs with stories
Local Listens - Chill
Mellow and smooth songs to unwind to
Local Listens - Lift
Boost your mood with these upbeat tunes
Local Listens - Pulse
Grooving beats and a nocturnal vibe
Local Listens - Atmospheric
Instrumental melodies to feed your brain
Get Gig Ready Radio
Get Gig Ready is also shining a spotlight on creative talent in the Ryde and Lane Cove area through a weekly radio and podcast series. Each week we profile a local artist or act - hear their music, talk about their creative process, and get their advice for other local artists.
This series is hosted by Felix Shannon on behalf of 2SER radio. You can listen live on Tuesday nights from 5PM or catch up online anytime.
Are you a local musician?
Sign up to the City of Ryde Artist Register to let us know about you and hear your work!
Last updated on 14 September 2021