Perform at Quantum Collective’s SXSW Showcase!

Written by  Published in Previews Tuesday, 21 February 2012 23:35

South by Southwest is just around the corner, and that means the festival’s official showcases are on the brink of locking up and announcing their lineups. But for those musicians/bands that are scrambling to find gigs during the weeklong Austin-based music orgy, fear not! Quantum Collective is looking for you.

QC is an innovative formation of entertainment, technology and brand platforms that include Planet LA Records, Manic Monkee Marketing, RipTide Music, Section101, Thrillcall, StageIt, Digital Music News,, O.N.E., and The Spellbound Group, just to name a few, and will be launching a “Southwest Invasion,” during SXSW, which will include artist showcases at several downtown Austin venues and a wide social media reach across their networks.

If your band is interested in applying (and why wouldn’t it be!?), submit a video or MP3 of your best track to QC. Find details here, and good luck to all the applicants!
Last modified on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 11:44
Katrina Nattress

For as long as she can remember (and probably before then), Katrina has been a music addict. Raised attending concerts and listening to records with her father in Portland, Oregon, there was no question as to what the little audiophile would be when she grew up—a music journalist. And from the first day she wrote an album review for a blog in high school, she never deterred from that path. With a journalism degree from the University of Oregon under her belt, Katrina decided to pack up and move to where the action was. She now spends her days basking in the sun of the city of angels, keeping Amoeba Records in healthy business, and watching live music every chance she gets.

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