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Celebrating ReBalance’s achievements on International Women’s Day

Since launching ReBalance in 2017, we’ve seen hundreds of nominations across 4 rounds, resulting in 13 finalists, as well as the announcement of the ReBalance Sessions, a live event where finalists can showcase their talents. ReBalance is also in the second year of their sound engineer apprenticeship, with a new intern who started in February.

Finalists are already achieving their festival slots at prestigious Festival Republic and Live Nation events, as last year Mary Miller performed at The Great Escape, The Van T’s performed at Community Festival, and Æ MAK performed at both The Great Escape and Latitude Festival. In 2019, ReBalance gets bigger than ever as Projector have been announced for The Great Escape, Wireless Festival welcomes Lady SanityLazy Day will perform at Latitude Festival and Community, while Æ MAK and TrueMendous will take to the stage at Reading & Leeds Festivals.

Dublin’s Æ MAK have signed with Matt Bates of Primary Talent who represents the likes of Alt-J, Pale Waves, Sundara Karma, The 1975, Wolf Alice, You Me At Six, and more, and is a staple in the UK music industry. Lazy Day are due to release their new EP Letters March 22nd, recorded with Steph Marziano as part of the ReBalance programme, as well as Tilly being invited to speak at the International Live Music Conference (ILMC).

ReBalance also provides a whole host of leading female producer talent that have worked with the acts at the Old Chapel studio, including Steph Marziano, Margo Boom, Yvonne Ellis, K Minor, and Francine Perry.

Find out more about the ReBalance programme and finalists here.