Helping artists with merch, PR, distro and more, this is the ultimate music industry service

Helping artists with merch, PR, distro and more, this is the ultimate music industry service

Introducing MerchWorx.

Providing artists with services that will help them navigate many aspects of the music industry, MerchWorx is like an artist manager, record label and publicist in one.

The new “one-stop music shop” has been designed to get artists from A to Z, rather than supporting them just part of the way. As part of this, MerchWorx provides artists with a suite of professional services from merchandise to video production, studio recordings (with some of the best sound engineers in Australia), PR, promotion and distribution.

The team behind MerchWorx has decades of industry experience and have a proven track record elevating the reputation of both emerging and established artists. The service is tailored for everyone – whether you’re a bedroom musician, playing a month-long front bar residency at The Tote assiduously working on your craft or are on the bubble, scoring gigs at the Northcote Social Club and find yourself on the way up.

The music landscape is more volatile than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis and artist revenue has been hugely impacted as a result. As such, a versatile constant such as MerchWorx could prove to be a vital resource for artists moving forward.

To celebrate the launch of the service, we’ve teamed up with MerchWorx to offer a special one-off deal. The first three artists or bands to order a run of 50 shirts through MerchWorx and say the words “Beat Mag Comp” will get an extra 20 tees on the house.

Contact MerchWorx either through their website, via Facebook Messenger or by giving them a call at 1300 199 111 to place your order. With shirts at $35 a pop, there’s $700 worth of free tees on offer for three lucky artists or bands.

Find out more about MerchWorx via their website.       

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