Project ATX6, in full scope, is a music export project and music travel documentary. Since 2014, this project has traveled with over 33 Austin musicians on 18 international trips to festivals around the globe.
View our PHOTOGRAPHY to see the essence of this adventure documentary in still life.
photo by Kate Blaising | ATX6
Our showcases at these festivals feature a selection of six chosen artists who travel together and collaborate on international stages. They are known as the ATX6. Check out our MUSICIANS pages.
If it can get even more involved, we with work with local and international partners to collaborate in recording studios for both concert performances and recording session that cap the experience with artifacts of recordings that forever document the experiences of these independent artists. There is no other export program like this in the world.
Yes, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We are funded by partners like Nine Banded Whiskey, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Desert Door, and Waterloo Sparkling Water. Check out our PARTNERS page.
All of our efforts are created with a mission of giving the musicians and other artists associated with the program the opportunity to use real world experience as a career development platform.
Have a look at our FILMS page to watch a few of the short films have created.
Project ATX6 is Headquartered at
Mosaic Sound Collective
Cover Photos by Kate Blaising @kablaising
WATCH OUR FILMS
We host several showcases in Austin, Texas each year that serve the Austin cultural arts community. Check out our EVENTS page. We venture to international music festivals, like Reeperbahn Festival, Halifax Pop Explosion, Indie Week, Jai Thep Festival, Montreal Pop, The Great Escape, and more.
NEXT AUSTIN SHOWCASE | JAN 25 at the White Horse
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Project ATx6 is created by Chris Brecht, Austin musician and filmmaker.
We are a NON-PROFIT 501(c)(3) and proudly so. It is in our mission to each year give six musicians the opportunity to perform at three international music festivals.
Performances, interviews, and experiences are all captured for a documentary to share the experiences and personalities with an even greater audience. We also arrange trips for artists not part of our flagship Project ATX6 program.