Couchella has been announced! It will be September 24th at Peters Parking Deck, with Sea Ghost, James Hunter USA, Yes! Hornburger!, and more. The afterparty will be at Phi Theta fraternity.
Check us out online at gtmn.org!
Open Mic now starts at 8:00, with signups at 7:30.
Sign up for New Band Showcase here!
IT: I run the website at gtmn.org. You can find pretty much anything about Musician’s Network.
Secretary: I organize and send out meeting minutes. If you need to join Orgsync or get on the mailing list, come talk to me.
Minister of Propaganda: This is my final officer report as Minister of Propaganda. I am in charge of all things advertising. Our advertising committee, the Ministry of Propaganda, is a great way to get involved with the club; we produce flyers, chalk out on Skiles walkway, and more. You don’t have to be an officer to join.
Lint & Loose Change: We just released our September issue! We’re planning our October issue, so come talk to me fi you’re interested. We take art, writing, and original music submissions. If you want to submit, you can submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Mic: I run Open Mic nights every Thursday from 8:00 to 11:00, with signups at 7:30. I’m also in charge of live sound, so if you’re interested in learning more about that, come talk to me. I teach live sound classes Sundays at noon. I also run the YouTube channel, so if there’s anything you want to see, or you want to get involved with filming or photography, come talk to me.
Social Chair: My job is to plan non-concert events for you guys to come to every month. I’ll be planning one in September pretty soon. Make sure you’re connected to our social media (see below)!
Advertising Officer: We have free lessons! See below for more information. If there’s an instrument you want to learn, come talk to us.
Booking: This semester I won’t be booking all by myself. If there’s a band you wanna see or if you’re interested in joining the booking committee, come talk to me! I’m also running New Band Showcase! New Band Showcase is a battle-of-the-bands type competition where you get together and form bands, or sign up an already existing band, and compete for prizes! Frist place wins free studio recording, second place wins a spot on a bill sometime during the semester, and third place wins free practice time. Sign up here.
Advertising Officer: We’re always looking for more people to get involved in advertising, so if you’re interested come talk to me, our other advertising officer, our Minister of Propaganda, or our booking officer.
General Manager: I run the space as a music lounge/study space/designated on-campus nap area during the day. If you have music requests during the day, talk to whoever’s working. We’re open 9-6 every day during the week. I am also in charge booking for all GT Orgs events at email@example.com. GT Orgs must pay for a sound engineer to work the space. Further details are on the website.
Equipment Manager: I manage equipment – all of your equipment. I run the studio, so if you need anything recorded, or have any questions about the space, come talk to me. There will be studio sound lessons, more info on that later. Also we have lockers outside, they’re 4′ by 4′ and there are two open. Come talk to me if you’re interested in renting out a locker. They’re first-come-first-serve, but we’ll be considering how much you actually need the locker as well.
Treasurer: Dues are $10 yearly, practice fees are $15 per semester. Pay dues before booking practice time.
Vice President: I am in charge of booking practice times, so after paying dues and practice fees, come talk to me. If you have any other questions, come talk to me. After practicing in the space, make sure you have the info desk lock up the space. Talk to a GSM at the desk or call the number if they’re not there.
President: There’s a suggestion box on the website! If you have any suggestions, feel free to submit them there.
Thomas: Me and my friend Vinod are trying to start a band. We’re willing to learn almost anything. We’re looking for a drummer and a bass player, so if you play either of those things come talk to me.
Aryaman: Gojira and Meshuggah are playing later this month, and I’m looking for a ride to go to both shows. Also I’m looking to buy a guitar.
Chad: There’s a show here next Wednesday the 7th and we need a poster. The theme is small animals. Contact me for details at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also my friend Nick and I have been playing guitars in a band called Walmart: the Band where we play riffs over and over for 10 minutes. It’s pretty cool.
Jed: I’m looking to finally start on my project of making an electric ukulele, and I’m planning on working on it all semester. If you’re interested come talk to me. I’m also looking to sell a Boss loop pedal. Come talk to me if you’re interested in that.
Jack: This Saturday we’re doing an album in a night. If you like styrofoam punk and want to get in on that, come talk to me.
Tanika: On October 15, The Mammal Gallery is hosting an event each year called ATL Ladies Night where they showcase female and nonbinary artists and musicians and create a safe space for everyone involved.
Chris: I bought a 7 string telecaster, but now I’ve realized that the music I play doesn’t go well on single coil pickups, so I’m trying to sell it. It sounds like a normal Telecaster, just with a seventh string. Also my band, the Organ Machines, just put out a new album! Also if anyone is selling a 7 string guitar, come talk to me.
Hunter: Sid and I are going to see Dinosaur Junior and Cloud Nothings in Asheville September 11 and we have two or three open seats if anyone wants to join.
Burke: I do electronic music and I’m always looking for people to work with, especially vocalists.
Claire: Caroline and I are going to a show at the Masquerade September 2 with SunGhosts, Righteous Love, CAP, Sarah and the Safe Word, and Son & Thief. I have an SUV so I can give rides. It’ll be $7 in advance and $10 at the door.
Andrew: I run a jazz band at UTC and we’re looking for a drummer. If you’re interested, come talk to me.
Gabe: Go to Couchella! Local talent can actually kinda blow you away. Also Dramatech Theatre needs a pianist to help with auditions for one of their shows Tuesday and Wednesday. If you’re really good at sight-reading, come talk to me.
Chad: I play guitar and I’m looking for a drummer for New Bands Showcase. I play roots rock and stuff.
Walter: I’m looking for anyone who plays folk music or traditional music or really anything acoustic. I play fiddle and guitar and I’m looking for people to jam with.