Welcome to Meltopia!
Meltopia is a world for creatives where performing arts meet emotional, spiritual & mental health needs. This organisation is new and upcoming with plenty of products and services for musicians and performing artists.
The most talked about topic in recent years is mental health. Discussions saw a drastic rise in conversations following the Covid pandemic. Now we are facing the conflict of war between Ukraine and Russia as the rippling effects hit hard affecting everyone globally.
Meltopia is designed for the holistic well-being of musicians and performing artists in mind. The founder of this organisation, Mel Golding is a singer-songwriter herself who became a counsellor and a researcher in recent years. Her empathic understanding of the impacts of the industry was personally felt and experienced during her own youthful years of engaging in a competitive industry full of criticism and rejections. Mel describes her youthful years as a ‘life invested in music’ with very little return except for the wonderful audiences she had the pleasure of performing for.
Meltopia proudly presents Facing Mel’s Music, a successfully growing podcast show. This podcast is hosted by Mel as she interviews musicians of varied genres and walks of life from across the globe. Her intentions are to allow freedom of expression for upcoming artists who need support, promotion and encouragement during their creative processes. Many stories behind the budding star’s lives deserve respect and, more importantly, to be heard! Mel believes in raising the awareness of musicians’ experiences and their impacts on mental health.
This show is both entertaining and educating when it comes to the narratives of the guests who feature from all around the world as they reveal their experiences around creating their music and art. Their stories make them unique and bring meaning to their work of art. At times, Mel interviews professionals who are researchers, published authors, course creators and coaches for mental health & wellbeing. Tune into Youtube for the visuals or Spotify for the audio.