Hot Off The Press Publicity is a specialist music PR company servicing Australia and New Zealand. Working on national tours, festivals, gigs and album releases, HOTP provides comprehensive campaigns for all music genres across print and broadcast media.
Hot Off The Press Publicity is proud to support the local music industry.
The only way the community will know about events and releases is to get the message out to the market place. One of the most effective ways of conveying this message (next to advertising) is through editorial and interviews in print media and on broadcast mediums such as radio and television. HOTP specialises in media coverage and making sure the right message gets out to the masses.
With years of music industry and media experience between them, the team at HOTP provides a dedicated and comprehensive PR service for all manner of projects. With more than two decades of relative experience, the HOTP team has worked in music journalism, radio promotions, marketing and touring. This enables HOTP to offer an all-round service ensuring every aspect of music publicity is catered for.
Passionate about the Australian music industry, HOTP works with artists, managers, touring companies, venues and festivals to generate strong media coverage across all mediums. HOTP achieves a high success rate in achieving effective music coverage in all areas of Australia, from metropolitan centres to regional areas. HOTP provides hands-on direct marketing between venues, management, artists, media and the community.
THE 2016 CAIRNS UKULELE FESTIVAL
WELCOMES NEW FACES AND OLD FRIENDS –
THE HAPPIEST FESTIVAL IN THE WORLD
Posted 23rd June
The annual popular Cairns Ukulele Festival is back for 2016 and it is no surprise the August event is being dubbed ‘the happiest festival in the world’. Ukulele enthusiasts – and lovers of all music – can indulge in a plethora of entertainment and education pertaining to the quirky instrument. [more]
LEGENDARY COUNTRY MUSIC ARTIST WARREN H. WILLIAMS AND RISING STAR DANI YOUNG LAUNCH SPECIAL DUETS ALBUM THIS JULY IN SYDNEY
Posted 6th June
Iconic Indigenous country music artist Warren H. Williams has teamed up with rising star Dani Young for a very special album release, due to launch in Sydney this July. The duet album – Desert Water – is a unique collaboration featuring world-class original, yet traditional-style songs. [more]
|THE WOLFE BROTHERS ANNOUNCE 2016 NATIONAL TOUR AS THEIR NEW ALBUM THIS CRAZY LIFE GOES STRAIGHT TO #1 ON THE ITUNES COUNTRY CHART
Posted 6th June
As Australia’s popular country rockers The Wolfe Brothers release their third album This Crazy Life, the Tassie boys are also gearing up for a massive national tour with a difference, to hit the road this October. This Crazy Life, released on June 3, went straight to #1 on the iTunes Country Chart. [more]
|ONE ELECTRIC DAY RETURNS TO VICTORIA FOR A FOURTH YEAR WITH A MASSIVE LINE UP OF AUSSIE ROCK ROYALTY
Posted 2nd June
In what will no doubt be another sell-out event, the annual ONE ELECTRIC DAY FESTIVAL returns to the Great Lawn of Werribee Park this November with a killer line-up of great Aussie Rock. This must see event of the summer features JIMMY BARNES, ICEHOUSE, JAMES REYNE, RUSSELL MORRIS and THE BADLOVES. [more]
|SINGER-SONGWRITER KANISHK RELEASES HIS INDIE-FOLK DEBUT EP SHOWCASING WARM FINGERPICKING TECHNIQUES AND STRIPPED BACK VOCALS
Posted 1st June
After recent years spent honing his craft as a songwriter, Cairns-based artist Kanishk is gearing up for the release of his debut EP, In The Water this June. The 22-year-old singer-songwriter has a beautiful and unique vocal style, calling to mind indie-folk contemporaries such as Matt Corby, Vance Joy and Jose Gonzalez. . [more]
|[Program] Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns Qld
Tanks Arts Centre is a business unit of Cairns Regional Council, in the Community, Sports & Cultural Division. Situated in the Cairns Botanic Gardens precinct, just 4km north of the city’s CBD, the centre is an iconic and innovative, multi-use, contemporary arts facility creatively housed in three converted World War 2 naval oil storage tanks, and set amidst a lush rainforest backdrop. For this month's program, [click here]
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