The Set The Tone project is excited to launch the next phase of their contemporary music strategy to support young ‘up and coming’ unsigned musicians in Norfolk!
Fortnightly, commencing on Friday 17th September at 5pm, we will be introducing you to a new original track and finding out a little more about the singer/songwriters behind the tracks.
Listen to our track of the week here!
Current track of the week: ‘Alive’ by Tyler Nathaniel
FAQs: Set The Tone Track of the Fortnight
Is this opportunity just for soloists?
No, we welcome submission from bands, groups and soloists.
Do I need to submit a video and audio?
You can submit either a video or audio track.
How do I submit a track?
You will simply upload your audio or video using the registration form below.
How will I know if my song has been selected to be Track of the Fortnight?
You will be contacted via the email address you supply when you submit your original track 24 hours before you are due to be our ‘Track of the Fortnight’.
What other information do you require?
We will ask you to submit a short biography about yourself, what instruments you play, your musical background, your inspiration for the track you have submitted and your aspirations for the future. We would also like to include a picture of yourself or your band.
Where and when will my track be shared?
We will post on Norfolk Music Hub’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram a link to our Track of the Fortnight page on our website. There people will be able to listen and view your work as well as find out further information about you. We will also keep our any previous Track of the Fortnights visible on the page for 12 months after they appear.
How old do I need to be?
This project is for students aged between 14 and 18 residing in Norfolk.
Does it need to be a certain genre of music?
We welcome any genre of contemporary music, with or without vocals (including electronic music).
Will there be additional opportunities for me to showcase my work?
When signing up for this opportunity we ask if you would like us to share your details with BBC Introducing Norfolk and if you would like us to contact you further with live performance opportunities. We will hold your details on record for 12 months.
The data you provide on this form will be used by data processors contracted by Norfolk County Council and stored within internal servers in the UK. If the media includes images of a child or young person it will not be used two years after the date the image was taken. Data requests should be referred in the first instance to Alison Bell who can be contacted at email@example.com.