Benefits of joining The F-List Music directory:
It gives you an opportunity to be found by other musicians, record labels, music publishers, commissioners and music supervisors, managers, festival and event promoters, journalists, radio DJs and podcasters and more, who want to source and find female and gender diverse music talent. We have dozens of success stories of musicians in our community developing their music careers because they joined The F-List.
We also show our strength in numbers; we make the previously invisible visible. We now have nearly 6K musicians listed in our directory. Never again will there be an excuse for someone to say they couldn’t find or book a woman or gender diverse musician!
We also have the following services you can benefit from:
Monthly newsletter packed full of useful information such as training events, funding opportunities, professional opportunities, commission calls, competitions and more; news all aimed especially at female and gender diverse musicians.
Over this past year we have run or are currently running 4 incredible career development programs for female and gender diverse musicians within in The F-List network. These are
- Culture of Belonging weekends immersive production training with an all female team of award winning producer trainers with Miloco Studios and funded by Help Musicians
- The Emerging Artist Network a Youth Music funded artist development program for 12 young artists based in Leeds and Birmingham
- The Guildhall Sessions free recording and video opportunities in the incredible Guildhall School of Music & Drama with an all-female team of audio engineers
- Out and Wild festival collabaration supporting LGBTQ+ musicians in Wales with workshops and performance opportunities
Playlists on Spotify, Soundcloud, YouTube, Deezer & Bandcamp – covering all major genres of music – email us to have your music included!
An opportunity to have your profile and music listed in our regular Artist Highlights on all of social media channels
And we also conduct the highest quality research into the state of play for female and gender diverse musicians working in the UK today. Because of this we are able to be your voice in government inquiries and to the press, campaigning on your behalf and making the case for better inclusion and diversity in music.