Music Tasmania is Tasmania's peak body for the contemporary music industry. The organisation delivers programs and services that develop the capacity of the music sector and promote the talent and diverstiy of Tasmania's musicians. It also offers proffessional development and support that helps musicians translate their music into something that can be of commercial value.
Music Victoria is an independent, not-for-profit organisation and the state peak body for contemporary music. It represents musicians, venues, music businesses and professionals, and music lovers across the contemporary Victorian music community.
The Musicians Union of Australia is a not-for-profit association which represents and advances the interests of working musicians. The MUA negotiates awards governing conditions and rates of pay, and represents musicians at all levels of government and industry.
Free publications to help employees and employers understand their rights and obligations under NSW industrial legislation. Has information about registering as an agent.
PPCA issues licences for the broadcast, communication and public playing of recorded music (sound recordings) and music videos. Its members are Australian recording artists and record labels.
Q Music develops and represents all sectors of Queensland music industry. Q Music provides a wide range of services to artists and other music professionals such as workshops, resources, assistance and advice services and careers support.
Songlines is an Indigenous music corporation which aim is to preserve and promote Aboriginal music. It proposes different services and facilities to Indigenous musicians such as performance opportunities, professional support and recording studio.
The Push is a youth entertainment organisation. It provides information and support to young people in Victoria who wish to stage alcohol and drug free entertainment or to develop a career in the music industry. The Push has strong associations in the music industry.