After two successful annual campaigns to date, Belfast’s Oh Yeah Centre are once more on the look-out for young musical talent to apply for their ‘Scratch My Progress’ programme. A talent development programme offering four musical acts the opportunity to “hothouse their talent, learn about the business of music, plus the trades of performing and writing”, it will involve various meetings and workshops with music industry professionals including lawyers and accounts, vocal coaches, PR experts and more. Charlotte Dryden, Project Manager of Scratch my Progress said, “[It] is opening the doors again to new music potential. It’s the third recruitment…
Our intrepid photographer Liam Kielt was in attendance at their third installment of Distillation at Belfast’s Oh Yeah Centre. Headlined by Hornets, the showcase also featured suitably blinding sets from Belfast-based three-piece PigsAsPeople and Dublin band No Spill Blood. The fourth edition of Distillation on Friday, September 20 will be a Culture Night special, featuring Sea Pinks, September Girls and Affleck. Go here for more information. Check out Mr Kielt’s from the third night below!