• It's an exciting time to be in the music industry..

    Listen.. Australian music is alive and kicking..!

  • It's a party.. join us

    Our live scene is the life blood of the industry..

  • Rock gigs.. the staple for our audiences

    The scope and quality of concerts both big and small continues to push into new and exciting areas..

  • Everyone's in a band.. everyone's a DJ

    Australian music - exciting, raw and fun..!

  • Classical music, as well as rock, pop and jazz is alive and well

    We are home to a wealth of musical talent, across every conceivable genre..

  • Australian dance music continues to push the boundaries, to worldwide acclaim

    Australian dance music continues to push the boundaries, to worldwide acclaim..

  • Across every genre our bands and artists shine..

    The issues affecting Australian Musicians are the issues affecting us all..

  • Australia is well renowned for its eclectic and boundary pushing producers

    AMIN is a resource hub for producers and music creators as well as artists and management..

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Music industry gets behind #notON anti-violence compaign

Music industry gets behind #notON anti-violence compaign

Apr 2, 2015

The Australian Music Industry is banding together, promoting the #notON awareness campaign against violence against women. Bands and artists such as Violent Soho, The Church, Courtney Barnett and Troy Cassar-Daley have joined the campaign, which aims to start the conversation about the alarming rates of death as a result of violence towards women in Australia.  The […]

QANTAS announces changes to carriage of musical instrument policy

QANTAS announces changes to carriage of musical instrument policy

Mar 26, 2015

QANTAS has announced changes to their existing musical instrument policy, through a dedicated Musicians Additional Baggage Allowance which sets out to assist artists when travelling with a musical instrument or touring equipment. The offer includes a free baggage allowance of three pieces (at 23kgs per piece) for artists. This baggage allowance is available on Qantas and QantasLink domestic […]

AMIN and Travel Beyond Group announce travel deal for Musicians

AMIN and Travel Beyond Group announce travel deal for Musicians

Mar 19, 2015

Australian musicians are set to save thousands of dollars a year in touring costs after a new preferred supplier deal negotiated between the Australian Music Industry Network and Travel Beyond Group. In an Australian first, Travel Beyond Group has designed a dedicated travel portal available to members of AMIN’s associated state and territory bodies which […]

AMIN Member Survey results released

AMIN Member Survey results released

Mar 12, 2015

The Australian Music Industry Network (AMIN) recently surveyed its members on the financial costs of working as a professional musician, particularly those relevant to travel, insurance and accounting. The majority of respondents are engaged in other full-time work, and spend an average of $150 every week on their music career. It is clear from the […]

One of One – Women in the Music Industry

One of One – Women in the Music Industry

Mar 5, 2015

  A new initiative has started called One of One, which is shining the spotlight on women in the Australian music industry. The initiative was founded by Sarah Hamilton and Vader Fame (Ditto Music) and Joanna Cameron (AIR), who believe women in the industry deserve recognition for their hard work and contribution to the Australian […]

APRA Music Awards nominees announced

APRA Music Awards nominees announced

Feb 26, 2015

The APRA Awards Nominees of 2015 have today been announced.   Song of the Year Nominees are as follows:   Kasey Chambers & Bernard Fanning – Bittersweet Sia & Jesse Shatkin – Chandelier Sheppard – Geronimo Dan Sultan – Kimberley Calling The Veronicas & DNA – You Ruin Me   You can see the full […]

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