Ensuring content is of value to its intended audiences and is delivered in the most organic manner, to the right people, at the right time and in the right voice for them and you.
Making publishing across multiple channels and platforms as easy, as effective, and as efficient as possible.
Providing quick access to multiple channels, the many arms of the music industry and in-house content creators, ensuring seamless coordination and delivery of your vision.
One point-of-contact to nurture your consumer engagement strategy and provide a level of service akin to an in-house agency.
An institution and local voice for everything that matters to Australians in music from the fringe to the forefront, delivered with a brazen tone and fresh point of view.
Tone Deaf’s audience is opinionated, but not jaded, and primarily made up of worldly, early-adopting millennials. They like information straight- up, with a sprinkling of sass - that’s Tone Deaf to a (scoop neck) tee.
DBU has a penchant for all things pop and alternative music. While new to the scene, Don’t Bore Us is easily found, right in the middle of the dance floor.
If Harry Styles is planning something, Don’t Bore Us knows about it. If Panic! at the Disco is teasing something, Don’t Bore Us is all over it. If Twenty One Pilots is in town, you’ll find us in the front row.
If it happens in Sydney, you’ll find it in The Brag. From music and comedy to food, bars and beyond, The Brag has been at the forefront of Sydney culture for more than 20 years.
The Brag scratches beyond the surface to uncover a higher level of detail, taking the time to look at the characters, moments and happenings that shape not only Sydney but Australian trends and opinions in all things youth culture.
At its core, The Industry Observer is illuminating, informative and at times, argumentative – but in a non-provocative way.
We aim to inform and surprise our readers by delivering honest, insightful content that’s just as accessible to the university student still deciding on their career path as it is to a major label chairman.
J Play is the trusted source for what’s being played on Australia’s national youth radio network triple j.
Featuring the weekly adds, most played lists and spotlights, along with top unsigned and unpublished artists, it’s the go-to for what new music is being heard around Australia.
Seventh Street Media operates a fully-functional, in-house creative agency. We can create, develop and tweak every element of your campaign. Whether it’s creating video content, sourcing artwork, writing copy or, heck, anything in-between – get yourself a campaign that truly moves the dial.
Our proven track record and our expert team will quell any unease around executing campaigns in such an uncertain climate, and will deliver tangible, measurable results. Stress less and benefit from a completely tailored campaign that’s on-brand and on-target.
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Whether you’d like to steer the ship or stay completely out of it and let us take the lead– it’s completely up to you.
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