New music showcase to launch next week

Run by Tech Music School in association with PSNE sister title Music Week, the new series of showcase gigs will commence with a performance by TMS graduate Paul Littler and his band The Carolines.
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To be run by Tech Music School in association with PSNE sister title Music Week, the new Breakout showcase will commence with a performance by TMS graduate Paul Littler and his band The Carolines.

The new event series – beginning on 13 October at the Proud Camden – is designed to throw a spotlight on those who are creating a stir amongst A&Rs, along with those set to make a mark in the next 12 months.

Littler recently won TMS’s songwriting competition with his song ‘Hello Blue’, receiving a day in the studio with an established songwriter and an all-expenses-paid music video for the winning track.

“The Lads and I are chuffed to have been offered the Music Week gig. If it wasn’t for TMS, we wouldn’t have all met and been where we are today. It's all about to take off…. big time,” said Littler.

See the TMS website (link below) for more details.

www.techmusicschool.co.uk

www.musicweek.com

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