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WaterBear Presents The Totemist

Posted on July 28, 2021

WaterBear | The College of Music are giving you an amazing and unique chance to support the incredible Rabea Massaad and Liam Kearly in their new formation ‘The Totemist’. This show will be happening on Monday 13th September kicking off WaterBear’s Freshers week.

Liam and Rabea will be selecting the winning band themselves, so if you’d like your music to be heard by these two amazing musicians and the chance to support them, please follow the steps below

How to apply?

  • You will need to send 1 original track to [email protected]
  • In addition, please also supply no more than 100 words on why you’d like to be selected for the gig.
  • Please also supply your bands tech spec
  • You will also be required to confirm what course you’re currently or about to study on.

Terms and conditions

  • This support slot is only open to either current WaterBear students or new students who are joining us in September with a confirmed place on the course.
  • You will need to perform a 30 min original set
  • You and all members of your band must be available to perform on Monday 13th September
  • Applications close on Tuesday 10th August
  • The winning band will be notified by Friday 20th August
  • At least 1 member of your band will need to be currently studying or about to study at WaterBear | The College of Music
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