Melodic Music is a boutique music management company based in Melbourne, Australia. Industry veteran, Sam Panetta, who has produced artists such as Kylie Minogue, Crowded House and Kids in the Kitchen, founded Melodic Music in 2001 to provide full-service management for emerging Australian artists.
Melodic has an impressive history, with artists such as Kisschasy, Howl, Stealing O’Neal, Godwolf, Valerie and Angela’s Dish having been under the Melodic umbrella. Presently Melodic Music manages an exciting and passionate group of creative artists; including Harry Carman, Travis McCarthy and Parmy Dhillon. As part of Melodic Music’s suite of services, we also offer a consultation service on all aspects of the music industry for artists.
Under full management is an exciting group of creative talent.
Parmy Dhillon is a Melbourne singer/songwriter who weaves his acoustic guitar across multiple genres into a range of different songs, each with an angry and aggressive undercurrent. Vulture Magazine described Parmy’s 2014 EP ‘Hollywood or Home’ as displaying a blend of “light, shade, musicianship, and progression”; and in 2017 Parmy returns with his new EP.
The new EP delivers a collection of raw and honest tracks that will make you want to sing out loud and enjoy this collection of songs for a long time.
A 22 year-old Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist from Victoria, Australia.
Influenced by many different music styles; including pop, jazz, folk and electronica.
He recently completed a Diploma Of Music Performance at JMC Academy, Melbourne, and plays gigs around the city.
Being compared to the likes of James Bay, Passenger, and Ed Sheeran, Canberra born Harry Carman writes unashamedly about life. Wearing his heart on his sleeve he couples catchy and fun melodies with deep, heart-wrenching, and brutally honest lyrics that many a singer/songwriter would be afraid to touch.
Harry’s goal is to deliver music that gives audiences the chance to consider different perspectives of life, all whilst delivering an infectious musical experience.