It’s one of the toughest times in recent history to be an emerging artist, and Sydney-based management & artist services agency Good Intent are doing their bit to help out.
They’ve launched a new initiative dubbed the ‘Greater Good’ program, giving back to Australia’s independent artist community by providing in-kind services and a cash grant totalling $10,000 AUD.
Designed to provide a launchpad for exceptional emerging artists to kickstart their career as we move into the post-COVID era, the package will include pro-bono Artist Management Consultation, PR, Radio Plugging, DSP servicing, Digital Marketing and Label Services, plus an in-house photoshoot and visual asset creation via their sister company Good Loco, and a tasty cash grant of $2,000 AUD.
“I’ve had an idea to do something like this for years, and now at Good Intent / Good Loco, it feels like we’re in a solid place to give back more to our community” says Artist and Label Services Manager, Rick Bridgman.
“Collectively, the team and I have learned from some of the country’s best people in the music business, worked with a heap of incredible artists and now it’s our time to pay that forward and help bring through the next gen of artists.”
Good Intent first launched in late-2018 and offers a range of artist services, with their management roster boasting the names of Bootleg Rascal, FANGZ, Close Counters and more.
For more info on how to apply for the ‘Greater Good’ program, you can head here.