What!…Nah…Really…? Multi-Track is officially 1 year old! [Cue: Siren Sound] Like all good birthdays, we are spending the time talking about our favourite moments so far. Grab a slice of b-day cake and lets reminisce over our crazy first year together.

We’ve lead engaging discussions with top influential artists, empowered aspiring creatives with priceless music industry knowledge and, of course, supported our talented musicians to develop their skills. If you’ve rolled out to any of our events this year, big up yourself! You are officially part of our Multi-Track family and we can’t wait to bring more opportunities to the streets of Bristol over the next year.

The MT team can’t believe the list of people we’ve had the pleasure of working with so far. We want to thank them all for blessing us with their invaluable contributions to our projects and events, press play below to see the sizable squad that’s supported us:

Not only have we been lucky enough to work with these individuals, we’ve also really been out here by making our way round some of our favourite spaces in Bristol. These include Watershed, Rough Trade, Engine Shed, Colston Hall and Thekla.

Whilst we’re reminiscing, lets take it back to our launch party at Thekla. Our first event saw Hyperfrank, HeavyTrackerz, Anthony Layiwola and Blazey Bodynod come together for a panel addressing the rise of UK urban music. Next up, Trim, Nico Lindsay, Obese, Jay 0117, Dimpson and Slowie took to the stage to show us exactly why UK urban music is on the rise. If like us, your memory is a little hazy, check out our interview with Trim HERE and listen back to the panel discussion curated by Urban Development HERE.

Look back

Here’s a taste of what we’ve been up to this year…

The sell-out Sound Surgery Masterclasses with Joker, Jus Now and Om Unit

The top industry expert panel game at our Industry Takeover seminars with Urban Development

The launch of Home-Grown Heat our innovative artist development scheme

Meet Sophie, Maya and Beth our emerging creatives giving support and collecting content for Multi-Track from behind the scenes.