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3 Ways We Can Unlock Your Music Potential

Music has the remarkable ability to transcend boundaries, evoke emotions, and connect people on a profound level. For musicians, it’s not just a passion; it’s a way of life. Whether you’re a budding artist or an established performer, finding the right avenues to enhance your musical journey is essential. Here at Achieved, we’re working hard […]

Artist Insights: Joey Nass

Achieved Music Live Presents – Joey Nass Vocals that will blow you away and a song to sing along to are what you’ll get when listening to Sydney’s own Joey Nass. My thoughts were how could someone with so much talent only just be coming into the Sydney music scene? Well, the truth is he […]

Loop Queen Romy B – Boss RC-600

Move over Tash Sultana, we’ve got a new loop queen and it’s up-and-coming superstar Romy B! Also known as Romy Bruinsma this charismatic icon from Perth, WA has been busking and gigging since she was 7 years old. She says, “Guitar was something I had an interest in at age 7. After some lessons, I […]

Here Comes Muesli – Our song competition’s first winners!

With free studio time with one of our producers on the line and hundreds of musicians submitting their music clips through our socials and on our website, it was difficult to come to a decision. But who did we choose? Muesli The Band Muesli is an exciting new Canberra band with a unique style of […]

Music Producing For Achieved

Does any of this sound familiar? If you answered yes to any of the above, then let me tell you just why registering to become an official producer with Achieved Music could be the next big move in your music career and how you can start earning an income from as little as your home […]

Bitter Citrus talk all things producing from home

I had the privilege to have Riley Dhana and Indi Reef join me at my private property to have a jam and talk about all things producing and the music industry in general. From the Northern Beaches NSW, they form ‘Bitter Citrus’ a soulful indie duo with a love for arts and hate for lemons. […]