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AfterLive Music and Subfrantic Join Forces With HMA20

We’re excited to welcome two new partners to the party for the fourth annual Heavy Music Awards.

State-of-the-art live recording service AfterLive Music has signed up as sponsor of the Best Producer category, while industry-leading production firm Subfrantic will be supporting the Best International Breakthrough Band category.

The South London facility shared by both AfterLive Music and Subfrantic was the venue for all the live performances recorded for HMA20 – filmed by fellow HMA partners Moshhh.

AfterLive Music offer a full live music and video production service, including multi-track audio recording, editing and mixing, while Subfrantic – established in 1993 – supply high-end sound, lighting, staging and video equipment to the events industry.

AfterLive Music’s Creative Director Adam Bonner said, “AfterLive Music is proud to support the 2020 Heavy Music Awards.

“It was clear from the outset that we share the same passion and drive for live music, high production values and providing artists of all levels with an opportunity to showcase themselves in the very best possible light. Despite Covid, this shared vision enabled us to make this year’s awards something very special indeed. We can’t wait for you all to see the results.”

Subfrantic owner Steve Davies added, “Subfrantic is hugely proud to be associated with the Heavy Music Awards in 2020, and hosting them for filming some of their content in such a crazy year. We’re just as proud to be sponsoring the Best International Breakthrough Band award and look forward to welcoming the winner to Subfrantic for a production rehearsal at some point in the future!”

You can find out more about AfterLive Music via their Facebook page here and visit Subfrantic’s website here.

As previously announced, the Heavy Music Awards will now be streamed worldwide on Twitch from 8.30pm BST on Thursday 3 September, featuring full live band performances by The Hunna, Holding Absence, Heart Of A Coward, Wargasm, Coldbones and Hawxx. You can get more details on the show here.

Music Venue Trust Fundraiser in Aid of #SaveOurVenues Campaign

We’re very proud to announce a charity fundraiser in aid of the Music Venue Trust’s #SaveOurVenues campaign, in partnership with Moshhh.

To help raise funds for music venues facing closure due to the ongoing global pandemic, we’ll be donating 100% of the profits from the sale of our exclusive ‘In Music We Trust’ embroidered t-shirts and beanies to the #SaveOurVenues campaign, which you can also donate to here.

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Music Venue Trust Fundraiser

Music Venue Trust Fundraiser

Moshhh Return as Official Content Partner with Heavy Music Awards

Acclaimed media studio Moshhh has returned as Official Content Partner for the fourth annual Heavy Music Awards.

The Margate-based organisation have been making waves with filmed content for the likes of While She SleepsHolding Absence, Chapter & Verse, Anavae and Delaire, The Liar, and will once again work closely with the HMAs team to bring interviews and live footage to fans throughout the evening as part of the HMAs’ digital-first approach for 2020.

Moshhh founder Charlie Ryan said, “It’s no secret that we LOVE heavy music, and that’s why we’re absolutely ecstatic to announce that we’re covering the Heavy Music Awards for a second year running! We can’t wait to bring you all the best bits from this years event!!”

HMAs co-founder Dave Bradley said, “Working alongside Moshhh in 2019 was an amazing experience, they’re a great team who understand completely what it is that makes a rock show such an exciting place to be. We are ecstatic to have them back on-board for 2020 to further push the HMAs out to what is a rapidly growing global audience.”

You can take a look at Moshhh’s clip of Loathe live at HMA19 below, and find out more about them here.

 

Moshhh Becomes Official Content Partner for HMA19

Kent media studio Moshhh has signed up to become the Official Content Partner for the third annual Heavy Music Awards.

Having built a reputation for high quality output in recent years with sessions for the likes of While She Sleeps, Holding Absence, Chapter & Verse and Delaire, The Liar, the Margate-based team will now work closely with the HMAs to bring interviews and live footage to fans throughout the evening as part of the HMAs’ digital-first approach for 2019.

Moshhh founder Charlie Ryan said, “We’re super stoked to be working with the Heavy Music Awards to bring coverage of this year’s event to heavy music lovers all over the world! We’ve long admired their dedication to supporting and recognising the very best heavy artists, and it’s a real privilege to be working with the team.”

HMAs co-founder Andy Pritchard said, “We’ve been following Moshhh’s growth for a long time and seen them raise the bar consistently. They’re progressive, passionate and knowledgable, and together we’ll now be able to reach a far greater audience as we push content live almost immediately, all evening. Our intention has always been to make the HMAs as inclusive as possible, and with our audience spread across the whole world this is a great way for us to bring as many fans to the party as possible. This is a really important step in growing the HMAs’ global engagement and we’re very excited to be taking it with Moshhh.”

You can take a look at some of Moshhh’s work below, and find out more about them here.

 

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