Sungenre is today pleased to announce an exclusive publishing deal and content sharing arrangement with HUM – a free, bimonthly Melbourne print publication set to relaunch soon.
HUM sees the inspired pairing of two longtime friends in acclaimed photographer Liam Brownlie and talented visual artist Jack Nash, who will together retain full editorial control under the new arrangement. The free bimonthly zine creatively promotes Melbourne’s underground music scene, festivals and visiting touring acts through the use of documentary photography and engaging, corresponding, interpretive art.
Sungenre Founder and Director Dan Webb explains, “I’m a huge fan of both Liam and Jack’s individual work and I was really excited to see them team up to create something together. Their zine is really unique and engaging and it’s awesome to now be able to welcome them into the Sungenre family.”
“I have a passion for showing the amazing Melbourne talent that isn’t exposed a lot. Sungenre is as passionate about upcoming artists as myself and I can’t wait to work with them,” says Brownlie.
The acquisition of publishing rights reaffirms Sungenre’s unwavering commitment to providing a platform for emerging artists, as well as illustrating its outstounding growth as an independent organisation since its official launch in December 2017. The Sungenre portfolio now provides an enticing opportunity for advertisers – with touchpoints spanning a successful online music/arts publication, a weekly new music podcast, a bimonthly print zine and associated social media channels.
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