Future Bubblers has launched a fresh search for new musical talent as it expands into Liverpool and Southampton.
The team is calling for 10 of the country’s most exciting music creatives who’re producing sounds in tune with the scheme’s ethos: thinking outside the box, crossing genres, continents and eras of influence.
Founded in 2015 by Brownswood Music and Gilles Peterson, this year’s official Future Bubblers application dates run from 3 July and 18 August.
The successful applicants will be part of a year-long journey that’s tailored to their individual needs.
In Southampton, Future Bubblers will team up with SoCo Music Project, a not-for-profit organisation that has been a source of local talent since 2008. Another southern partner is Newtown Youth Centre, a community hub re-opened by the YMCA Youth and Community Centre in May 2015.
In Liverpool, the initiative will work with 24 Kitchen Street, an independent creative space based in the Baltic Triangle which specialises in live music and esoteric club shows.
It will also partner with the hub of the city’s skate commnity, Useless Wooden Toys Society, which created, developed and run by Dave Mackey from Lost Art and Paddy Quinn from No Fakin’.
Check out futurebubblers.com for more information and to apply.
Read our previous interview with the Future Bubblers team.