Nic Harcourt Wants to Make a Video with Your Unsigned Band

Musician network WorldArts is giving one hardworking band the chance to appear on Nic Harcourt's TRANSMISSIONS.

It’s hard out there for an unsigned band. There are more groups than ever fighting for space, and figuring out how to navigate the already-complicated highways of the music industry can be even more complicated when there’s so much traffic on the road. It’s a problem the interactive musicians network WorldArts, which connects musicians with fans and industry professionals, was created to solve.

That may be why Nic Harcourt, who’s made his career on his ability to find and break unknown bands, is partnering with WorldArts to bring one unsigned band to his show Nic Harcourt’s TRANSMISSIONS. The live-performance program has already played host to groups as varied as Silversun Pickups, Lucinda Williams, and Chicano Batman, and one hard-working group will soon join their ranks.

“Throughout my career I’ve always put an emphasis on giving opportunities to unknown artists and bands so they can have their music heard,” Harcourt said in a statement. The DJ will be listening to every submission himself and choosing his favorite from the bunch. The winning band will then be flown to Los Angeles, where they’ll play a three-song set that will be taped for the final episode of Nic Harcourt’s Transmissions’s first season.

Interested? Enter for free at WorldArts’s site by May 15.


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