Your Music is Your Business Card!
Live Radio is a monthly networking event held at Soul Asylum Studios on the second Friday of every month in Atlanta, Georgia. The event is also held the second Saturday of every month at MediaTech in Dallas, Texas and at the Love Factory in Los Angeles, California. This event focuses on new music and new artists. It allows singers and songwriters of all genres to both network and play their record to a live audience of peers. The forum serves as the perfect opportunity to introduce your brand and establish that “Your Music is Your Business Card.”
Pressure is an “invite only” two day songwriter bootcamp. Producers and writers are selected from the Live Radio meet and greet and invited to participate. Each participant is matched with another writer to create an original song. During this process, the writers work directly with Kevin Shine, nationally recognized Executive A&R Consultant who worked with R. Kelly, Kim Burrell and Jacob Latimore. This is a test that evaluates how writers make decisions to complete a song and challenges their mental focus, more so than creative focus.
Live Radio Songwriter Showcase occurs at the beginning of the WSAATL monthly mixer at the Apache Cafe in Atlanta, GA every fourth Thursday. Singer and songwriters are invited and selected to showcase their music. This is a unique opportunity that allows their peers and industry executives to be exposed to the writer’s music.
In the Studio/Placements is an opportunity for the best writers from the Pressure boot camp to participate in a brief meeting and possibly work with an established songwriter or producer. During this meeting, the writer presents their catalog and the producer reserves the right to work with them and possibly assign records. Placements is a meeting, based on the readiness of the music, between an Executive (record/publishing) and our Boot Camp participants and/or Special Invites. This is the final part of the process connecting writers with obtaining placement opportunities that showcase exceptional skills as well as establishing a relationship with the WSAATL movement. The placements may include music/lyrics for established artists, film, television or commercials.