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EKOU Events Presents: Neonlight, Mind Vortex, Cause4Concern 1st Sep


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EKOU Events is very proud to announce its first Drum and Bass event in one of the iconic venues in the heart of London, The Steel Yard.

Here you will have the chance to enjoy some of the most recognized DNB’s artists as never before, thanks to the brand new NOVA LINE ARRAY sound system!

The Perfect combination for all the music lovers!

Join Ekou the 1st September @THE STEEL YARD for the Ultimate Drum & Bass party !

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LINE UP:

NeonLight (Blackout music)

MIND Vortex (RAM Records)

Cause4Concern (Methlab Recordings / C4C Recordings)

Zombie Cats (Eatbrain)

Balistik (V Recordings / Section8 Recordings)

Mr Explicit (PRogRAM / Dread UK)

MissLedz (Lifestyle Music / Ransaked Records)

Structure (Tech Itch Recordings)

Tickets:

Limited tickets on pre-sale here

We hope to see you all there!

(Last entry at 03AM, 18+ photo ID required for entry)

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Warm Ears Music celebrates 2-year anniversary at Bar512


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The Warm Ears family is celebrating yet another milestone with a smashing line-up featuring BCee, Hugh Hardie, Monrroe and more –

One of London’s youngest Drum & Bass labels, is celebrating 2 years of releasing quality drum and bass and bringing people and good vibes together. On the 6th of July, some of the best names in the industry are coming together at Bar512 in London for a night that promises to be memorable.

The line-up will be headed by BCee (Spearhead Records), Hugh Hardie (Hospital Records) and MONRROE (Shogun Audio), while the Warm Ears representatives – Elementrix, Re-Adjust, D.E.D, R1C0 and DJ PD, will ensure fire on the decks.

This year, the event will be the first one of 2018 and as the line-up suggests, it will fuel on purely liquid vibes until the early morning. Tickets are available for as little as £5 and they will also be supplied in a limited number at the door.

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From Warm Ears Music

Warm Ears Music is how we envisioned our craving for drum and bass, our itch to bring quality sound to people and our urge to contribute to the scene which has shaped so many of us. We are home to some of the most innovative names in today’s drum and bass, such as Radicall, Dave Owen or Euphorics. We are also helping pioneer the sound of talented up-and-coming producers like September, Re-Adjust, R1C0 or Crimelabs.

Our game plan has 3 major focuses:

  1. Bringing rising DJs upfront. We understand the scramble you’re dealing with, newcomers! Embracing the idea that there is so much good music out there that might not get a chance to be raved to properly, we want to be an active player in bringing it closer to the ears.
  2. Putting together events for people who still go to parties for the sake of music. We all know that with drum and bass it’s ‘you either feel it and love it, or you don’t’, and we feel we have to give something back to those who do.
  3. Offering our on-going support to the drum and bass scene. Quoting Kasra, it’s safe to say that ‘drum & bass still feels like the bastard child of dance music and the underground side never gets the respect it deserves’, which is exactly why we are going over and beyond to promoting the energy and soulfulness of liquid, as well as the biting basslines of dark.

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Andy C Announces ‘Andy C All Night Wembley’


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Andy C has revealed another career milestone is in his sights with the first ever all night show at London’s iconic The SSE Arena in Wembley. ‘Andy C All Night’ will take place on Saturday 17th November and run from 10pm until 5am.

 

Fans can sign-up now via www.andycwembley.com for exclusive access to discounted presale tickets that will be made available on Wednesday 27th June. From those who sign-up, 20 people will be chosen at random and win the chance to watch England vs Belgium on Thursday 28th June at a secret London location with Andy C, plus a t shirt, and a signed copy of ‘Nightlife 7’ (on release). ‘Andy C All Night Wembley’ tickets will then go on general sale on Friday 29th June.

 

This is the first time an all night event has taken place at the SSE Arena throughout its long and prestigious history, and is the latest in a series of landmark London events that Andy C has played, ranging from Brixton Academy (twice) and Alexandra Palace, to his sold out 13 week residency at XOYO, and beyond. One of the world’s most respected DJs and producers, he’s played a vital role in the capital’s electronic music scene for over two decades.

 

Further details about Andy C All Night Wembley will be announced soon.

 

Andy C recently announced the seventh edition in his benchmark mix album series, ‘Nightlife’. Available summer 2018, ‘Nightlife 7’ will be released on Ram Records. Launched in 2003, each installment of ‘Nightlife’ has achieved seminal status and reflected the depth of production talent across drum & bass during that period. For the first time, Andy has encouraged new and emerging talent to be a part of it – by inviting them to submit exclusive music to be considered for the ‘Nightlife 7’ mix.

 

 

ABOUT ANDY C

With over 40 awards to date, Andy C’s career has been nothing short of a phenomenon. He’s sold-out Alexandra Palace and Brixton Academy with his own solo shows, played headline slots at the world’s greatest festivals including Creamfields, Glastonbury, EDC, and SW4, and released a string of phenomenal crossover anthems like ‘Heartbeat Loud’ and club tracks like ‘What Bass’, and ‘New Era’. He’s also the go-to remixer for the likes of Major Lazer, Sigala, London Grammar and beyond, and the d&b figure recently chosen to host the first drum & bass radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1, broadcast to over 100 countries. In 2017, Andy C sold out a 13 week residency (d&b’s first) at London’s XOYO.

 

As the owner and figurehead for Ram Records, which celebrated 25 years in 2017, Andy’s nurtured and developed huge headline artists such as Chase & Status, Wilkinson and Sub Focus, turning it into one of the world’s most respected independent operations across recordings and now festivals like EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, and SW4 where Ram have hosted their own arenas and stages.

 

Andy’s main signature motif as a DJ is that he’s guaranteed to be packing tracks that no other DJ has. Hunting, digging, searching and signing: he is constantly immersed in new music. Not only does this ensure a wholly unique experience when you see him live, but it also gives Ram Records a front row seat when it comes to spotting new artists… As the likes of Loadstar, Wilkinson, Calyx & TeeBee, Frankee, Delta Heavy, Culture Shock, DC Breaks, Hamilton, Mind Vortex, Chords and many more can happily confirm.

 

ANDY C ALL NIGHT WEMBLEY

SATURDAY 17TH NOVEMBER

THE SSE ARENA WEMBLEY

10PM TO 5AM

 

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Brighton Music Conference (BMC18) announces 5th Birthday parties and events 25-28 April


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 BRIGHTON MUSIC CONFERENCE (BMC18) ANNOUNCES FIFTH BIRTHDAY PARTY PARTIES, NETWORKING EVENTS, & FOCUSRITE/NOVATION TECH SEMINAR

  • BMC Official Parties include Eats Everything at Take; Drum & Bass Arena presents Friction; and Craig Richards at Patterns.
  • Other BMC events include Hacienda Classical with Graeme Park; Franky Rizardo, Anotr and Waze & Odyssey at Wonderland; Wiggle’s 24th Birthday Party; Alex Niggeman, Alice Clark, Timo Garcia at Berlin, GreenDoorStore on Friday, and BMC & LNADJ charity event on Saturday 27th
  • Network events with AFEM, PRS For Music with Tru Thoughts, Hospital Records, Focusrite/Novation with Alex Arnout, Skiddle, Data Transmission, Sharp Stream and Horus Music.
  • UK’s foremost electronic music conference returns for fifth anniversary year at Brighton Dome and various venues on 25th & 28th April 2018.

 

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Brighton Music Conference has confirmed the official parties and networking events for the fifth anniversary of the UK’s leading electronic music conference.

 

This year’s BMC Official Fifth Birthday Parties include Eats Everything at Take (Thursday 26th April), Drum & Bass Arena presents Friction at Patterns (Friday 27th April), BMC & LNADJ charity party at Bau Wow with Alex Banks and Steve Mac, and legendary fabric resident Craig Richards at Patterns (Saturday 28th April).

 

Other BMC events include Wiggle’s 24th Birthday Party with Nathan Coles, Terry Francis, Eddie Richards, Magnus Asberg, Kristo & Eli K at Bau Wow, and Alex Niggeman, Alice Clark, Timo Garcia, Monica, Pook and Markus Saarlander at Berlin, GreenDoorStore on Friday; Hacienda Classical Evening with Graeme Park at Komedia; Franky Rizardo at Wonderland at The Arch; and Drum Safari at Hideout on Saturday.

 

This year’s networking parties include AFEM’s official BMC launch party at Tempest on Wednesday; Data Transmission at Hotel Pelirocco; Novation/Focusrite with Alex Arnout at Block; PRS For Music networking party with Tru Thoughts & J-Felix; Horus Music with Seamus Haji at Tempest on Thursday; Skiddle & AudioLock with Just Her & These Machines; Hospital Records at Dead Wax with DJs Chris Goss, Dexta and Matti Limitless, and SharpStream with Timo Garcia, Steve Whittle and Zoe Zoe at Block.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

18.00 – 23.00                                                                                                                                                                 

Sharp Stream networking party with DJ’s Timo Garcia, Steve Whittle and Zoe Zoeon Friday.

 

Ahead of the two-day conference schedule (Thursday 26th and Friday 27th April) at the Brighton Dome, the annual AFEM Networking & BMC Welcome Drinks returns to The Tempest on Wednesday April with DJs from 6pm – 10.30pm; the most popular music business event at BMC is invite only and brings together BMC Professional attendees, leading industry figures, conference speakers and panellists.

 

Focusrite/Novation will host the BMC demonstration igloo for 2018. Focusrite, the best-selling audio interface brand together with keyboard and DJ hardware and software creator Novation are running 10 seminars across 2 days including ‘Hitting the Stage – performing studio-based productions live on stage’ with CALC; ‘Composition and processing technique’ and ‘Mix and arrangement Exploration’ with UK trance artist James Dymond (Armada/Future Sound); ‘State of the Art Synthesis’ with East End Dubs; and Standing out from the crowd – Mashup technique with South of the Stars’ on Thursday. Friday’s demonstrations include ‘Live By Design’ with Alex Jann; ‘Create, Capture and Arrange’ with Alex Arnout and more tbc. Focusrite/Novation will be hosting a networking event at Block, 6pm – 11pm on Thursday 26th April, with Alex Arnout, Alex Jann, East End Dubs and South Of The Stars.

 

BMC Evening Networking and club events

 

Wednesday 25th April

  • Tempest 30 – 23.00                        BMC & AFEM Welcome party (Invite only) in conjunction with Ticketmaster, Inflyte & Evermix – DJs TBC

Thursday 26th April

  • Block 00 – 23.00                        Novation/Focusrite networking event with Alex Arnout (Dogmatik Records), East End Dubs (Eastenderz), Alex Jann (Rhythm Cult), Calc (Novation), South Of The Stars (Deep Set) + Special Guest
  • Tempest 30 – 23.00                        PRS networking party with Tru Thoughts & J-Felix
  • Hotel Pelirocco 30 – 23.30                        Data Transmission networking and club with Waxwork.
  • The Arch 00 – 06.00                        Official BMC 5th Anniversary After Party Take with DJs Eats Everything, Wax Worx plus special guests to be announced!

Friday 27th April

  • Brighton Dome 30 – 18.30                        BMC 5th Birthday Sponsored By Skiddle & AudioLock with DJ’s Just Her & These Machines
  • Dead Wax                  17.30 – 23.30              Hospital Records Hospital networking event with DJs Chris Goss, Dexta and Matti Limitless
  • Tempest 00 – 23.00                        Horus Music networking event with DJs Seamus Haji & Simon Atkinson
  • Block 00 – 23.00                        Sharp Stream networking party with DJ’s Timo Garcia, Steve Whittle and Zoe Zoe
  • Dead Wax 30 – 23.30                        Hospital Records Hospital networking event, DJs tbc
  • Komedia 30 – 03.00                        Hacienda Classical Evening with Graeme Park, J-Felix, Sam Moffett and Disco Tallen
  • The Arch 00 – 06.00                        D&B Arena with Friction and the Prototypes
  • Bau Wow 00 – 08.00                        Wiggle 24th birthday party with DJs Nathan Coles, Terry Francis, Eddie Richards, Magnus Asberg, Kristo & Eli, K, Lucas Hulan, Transparent Sound (live), Da Sun Lounge, Rebel Beats, Mark Collings, Joe Volpeliere, Rob Anderson, Simon Atkinson
  • Green Door Store 30 – 04.00                        Berlin in conjunction with Decoded Magazine presents Alex Niggeman, Alice Clark, Timo Garcia, Monica, Pook and Markus Saarlander
  • Hideout 30– 04.00             Aztek presents Eli Brown plus support

Saturday 28th April

  • Arch 00 – 06.00                        Wonderland with DJs Franky Rizardo & Anotr, Waze & Odyssey
  • Hideout 30 – 04.00                        Drum Safari with DJs Pola Bryson, Deadline and Koherent
  • Tempest 20:00 – 02.00                       BMC Beach Party with DJs Enzo Siffredi, Billy Mauseth, Lee Morrison and friends
  • Patterns 00 – 04.00                        Craig Richards (Fabric)
  • Bau Wow 00 – 04.00                        BMC & Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation Charity event – All proceeds of the evening go towards building wells in third world countries DJs Alex Banks, Steve Mac, more TBC

 

 

Focusrite/Novation Seminar/BMC Dmonstration Igloo

 

Day 1: 

 

Seminar 1: 

 

Hitting the Stage – performing your studio-based productions on the live stage

Recent times have seen a shift from completely computer based “in-the-box” live shows to performers making use of the huge amount of powerful hardware gear currently available. Novation’s product specialist Chris “-CALC-“ Calcutt explores the different ways available to create the perfect hardware live set-up and how to realise your studio tracks in the live environment.

Using a range of different equipment from both Novation and some other interesting devices, -CALC– will give a full run through of how to take your tracks to the stage, choosing the right gear and sharing tips and techniques that will let you shine out from the crowd.

 

Seminar 2:

 

Composition and processing technique with James Dymond

James Dymond has built a career over recent years as one of the UK’s brightest Trance artists. He has productions on labels such as Armin Van Buren’s Armada and is resident on Aly & Fila’s Future Sound of Egypt. James’ production is focused on working within the box yet manages to achieve huge sounding mixes despite not using hardware. He will share his composition and processing techniques within this track build session (Part 1 of 2 sessions today). Expect to learn about his Analog modelling FX chains with plug-in and how he creates dance floor damage with his production skill.

 

Seminar 3:

 

TBC

 

Seminar 4: 

 

State of the Art Synthesis with East End Dubs

With so many choices when choosing your studio setup, it is important to get the most out of the gear you choose. Certain instruments offer different workflows as well as sound. Even modest systems can have a wealth of connectivity for artists to utilise, and of course can yield interesting results with modular, drum machines and sequencers.  Eastenderz label boss – Eastend Dubs takes us through his synth choices that he uses in the studio when writing and creating his signature sound. He will be showing users how Novation & Focusrite products feature in his setup alongside many other brands, and how great results happen when creative connectivity comes into play.

 

Seminar 5: 

 

Mix & Arrangement Exploration with James Dymond

James Dymond finishes the day with his final track build workshop. The morning session focused on composition and processing, this session addresses mix and arrangement duties. It can sometimes be daunting to turn your vision of a track to a finished masterpiece. James Dymond takes the guesswork out of the process and shares vital tips for creating modern, cohesive mixes with emotion. From idea – to dance floor, expect to learn how to get the most out of a simple setup all focused around his Focusrite Clarett USB interface.

 

Seminar 6:

 

Standing out from the crowd – Mashup technique with South of the Stars

Existing as a DJ in the modern circuit can be challenging, in this world the mashup has now become king! Novation’s very own Mark Lowes has hit a recent vein of success as part of new UK trance duo South Of The Stars. With support throughout their career from heavyweights such as Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk & Armin Van Buuren. In this session Mark shares the creative concept of starting and finishing mashups. Mark will focus on Exploring track selection, warping techniques, hot cues and detailed automation to final export with Novation Launchpad and Focusrite Clarett.

 

Day 2: 

 

Seminar 1: 

 

Live by design with Alex Jann.

There are many factors to consider when deciding on what kit makes the cut for a live rig, whether it comes down to size vs functionality, or refining what can be done by simply knowing what certain equipment can achieve. Alex Jann is no stranger to this subject as has been making music solely on hardware for nearly 2 decades and has played live acts in all matter of settings across Europe under his own name with travel friendly systems. He has played using a plethora of kit such as Eurorack, grooveboxes and drum machines from release launch events for labels such as Rhythm Cult, to venues like the Get Physical Vs Flying Circus Off event in Barcelona.  Alex will show the benefits of using hardware that does more than one job in his rig, showing travelling artists you do not need to take the whole system! His performance-based seminar will be focused around the Novation Circuit Mono Station, Peak and a live Eurorack system, and of course alongside some all-time classic gear.

 

Seminar 2: 

 

TBC

 

Seminar 3: 

 

Create, Capture and Arrange with Alex Arnout

Alex Arnout has been one of the most significant London-based house artists in recent years. His style encompasses many different sounds, taking inspiration from his extensive record collection and the countless dance floors he has filled for many years. He runs some of the most prolific labels in the UK – Dogmatik Records & DMK Records – who has seen releases from artists such as Peace Division, Jovonn, Maya Jane Coles and Burnski amongst many others. His hardware-based studio is focused around live capture and makes sure that his music creation process is completely free, and at one with the machines he works with, a blurred line between him and the circuits. Alex will take attendees though how he starts from scratch on each track captures the live session and then arranges something ready for the floor.

 

Seminar 4: 

 

Standing out from the crowd – Mashup technique with South of the Stars

 Existing as a DJ in the modern circuit can be challenging, in this world the mashup has now become king! Novation’s very own Mark Lowes has hit a recent vein of success as part of new UK trance duo South Of The Stars. With support throughout their career from heavyweights such as Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk & Armin Van Buuren. In this session Mark shares the creative concept of starting and finishing mash-ups. Mark will focus on Exploring track selection, warping techniques, hot cues and detailed automation to final export with Novation Launchpad and Focusrite Clarett.

 

Focusrite/Novation Block Event:

Alex Arnout [Dogmatik Records]

East End Dubs [Eastenderz]

Alex Jann [Rhythm Cult]

Calc [Novation]

South Of The Stars [Deep Set]

+ Special Guest

 

ABOUT BMC18

 

Brighton Music Conference (BMC18) will feature 160 speakers from across the music, nightlife, tech and digital industries from 25th-28th April at Brighton Dome. Organisations and individuals include, Irvine Welsh, Eats Everything, Friction, Sam DivinePRS For Music”, BPI, AIM, Association For Electronic Music (AFEM), AIF, ACS, LNADJ, Help Musicians, BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat, Fabric, SoundCloud, Virgin/EMI, Believe, SW4, Defected, Toolroom, Hospital Records, Ram Records, Tru Thoughts, Beatport, Women Produce Music, BIMM, DJ Mag, MusicTech, AEI, Funktion One, Pioneer, Label Worx, This Is Global, Boiler Room, KRPT, Horus Music, Decoded Magazine, Data Transmission, Skiddle, SharpStream, KRPT, GRM Daily, LWE, Fuse, Mark Knight, Waze & Odyssey, Luke Solomon, London Elektricity, Illyus & Barrientos, Dean Marsh, Jules O’ Riordan, and many more.

 

Author, playwright and musician, Irvine Welsh, will be interviewed by DJ Magazine’s editor, Carl Loben, about his love of music and its inspiration on his writing. Welsh’s first novel and film Trainspotting, having portrayed the subcultural zeitgeist of the mid-1990s.

 

BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat will host a panel on ‘Drug testing’ and ‘Brexit’ for broadcast with speakers from AFEM and Fabric will join Newsbeat’s Jimmy Blake and BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard.

 

The UK’s foremost electronic music industry event will also host Hospital Records’ Sonic Surgery on Friday 28th April 2018, which will include a ‘demo drop’ for A&R feedback and ‘meet the team’ with talks and production master classes and a networking event.

 

Hospital Records are opening the doors to their Sonic Surgery, where you can hear their most experienced drum & bass surgeons discuss how they create, develop and finesse their tracks in an in-depth set of production master classes. A full day of talks will include artists London Elektricity, Nu:Tone, Danny Byrd and Keeno dispensing tips and tricks on how to build sound archives, source songwriters, perfect a mixdown and more. There is also a ‘demo drop’ with a feedback surgery from 4pm presenting a rare opportunity to chat through your tracks and advice on how to get the track signed.

 

BMC has announced Eats Everything will be headlining the annual official BMC after party with Take, The Arch on Thursday 26th April. Dan will also be speaking at the conference on Last Night A DJ Saved My Life‘s ‘Social & Corporate Responsibility’ panel. He recently donated all of his New Years Eve earnings to the ‘Have A Drink On Us‘ campaign, which aims to provide clean water for those currently living without it.

 

BMC18’s Professional programme will present 16 in depth discussions and debates on the biggest issues facing the electronic and wider music industry including ‘Mental Health In Electronic Music’, ‘Is Underground Underground Anymore?’ ‘LNADJ presents Social Responsibility’, and ‘Interview With Tony & Ann Andrews From Funktion 1’.

 

BMC18’s Academy Programme covers everything that new producers and entry-level industry members need to know in 2018. The first panels, talks and seminars announced include ‘PRS For Music – How To Make A Living From Music’, ‘How Much Is Your Hearing Worth?’ ‘RAM Records label Q+A’, ‘What Jobs Are There For Me In The Industry?’ and more to be announced.

 

Seminar area 3 includes ‘So You Want To Be A DJ…’ as well as an Ableton workshop, and a ‘Sound Healing’ workshop featuring Faithless producer Jamie Catto.

 

BMC’s fifth year also features the specialised exhibition hall including the DJ and music tech scene’s leading suppliers, technology companies and service providers. New for 2018, Focusrite/ Novation will host the demonstration igloo featuring 10 workshops and talks.

 

In addition, BMC has announced Toolroom Academy will run 5 production workshops and talks on Thursday 27th April with Illyus & Barrientos, Ben Remember and Tuff London, as well as demo drop-ins. Leading electronic music DSP, Beatport, will deliver its Annual Report during the conference, and this year’s BMC will host a Pro-Only meeting area.

 

Sponsor/partners for BMC18 include Association For Electronic Music (AFEM). Beatport, Believe Distribution, BPI, DJ Mag, Focusrite/Novation, BPI, Horus Music, Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation, Monokrome Music, Label Worx, Mixcloud, PRS For Music, Sharp Stream, Skiddle, The Arch, Toolroom, Hospital Records and Visit Brighton, with educational partner BIMM.

 

ABOUT BMC17

 

Brighton Music Conference 2017 was held Thursday 27th April and Friday 28th April and featured speakers from AFEM, Beat port, PRS for Music, PPL, Ministry of Sound, Sony, Label Worx, Live Nation, Mixcloud, Mixmag, Defected, NTIA, Toolroom, Hospital Records, MMF, DJ Mag, AEI Group, DJ Monitor, UKF, Drum & Bass Arena, Loopmasters, Napster, Brapp TV, PIAS, Loopmasters, Sub Club, Clintons, Crown Management, Roland, Anjunabeats, Audiolock, Serato, BIMM, Wunderground, UK Diversity, Native Instruments, and many more, with the conference programme split between the professional and academy theatres.

 

BMC17’s Professional programme talks included ‘Streaming vs. Radio’; ‘AFEM Presents Get Played, Get Paid’; ‘How to Promote Diversity In Dance Music’; ‘What’s Next For Electronic Music?’ ‘BPI Presents Music Piracy’; ‘NTIA Presents Save Our Nightlife’; ‘Creative Law Presents: But it was only a “cheeky” re-edit? Copyright law and the Remix’; ‘BPI Presents ‘Sync In Progress’; ‘Music Recognition Technology: how does it work for you?’ moderated by Tim Arber, Head of Membership Support, PRS for Music, and ‘Giving Back in association with Last Night A DJ Save My Life Foundation’.

 

BMC17’s Academy Programme featured panels and topics ‘BIMM Presents: Writing & Producing To A Brief’; ‘Ghost Writing’; ‘How To Get Ahead In The Industry?’ Toolroom Records Q+A; ‘Roland / Serato Workshop’; ‘Why Should I Make A Video?’ ‘DJ Q+A with Friction, Sam Divine, Josh Butler, and My Nu Leng’; ‘ACM Workshop’; ‘Hospital Records Q+A’; Producer Q+A with Seamus Haji, Prok & Fitch, Paul Hartnoll, and Just Her, and more.

 

In addition to housing Native Instruments in the BMC Demonstration Igloo installation, the exhibition floor featured brands, organisations, and education providers including Pioneer, AFEM (Association For Electronic Music), BPI, NTIA, Native Instruments, Traktor, Focusrite /

Novation, Serato, Roland, Korg, Beatport, PRS for Music, In Music Brands, Toolroom, GAK, Hospital Records, CM Sound, Source Distribution, Ditto Music, DJ Mag, Data Transmission, Decoded, Skiddle, MMF, Believe Digital, Horus Music, Evolution Domes, Yamaha, Steinberg, Element 5, and more.

 

 

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Brighton Music Conference (BMC18) announces Irvine Welsh, Eats Everything, BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat, Hospital Records Sonic Surgery and more.


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Brighton Music Conference (BMC18) has announced Irvine Welsh, Eats Everything, Friction and Sam Divine will join 160 speakers from across the music, nightlife, tech and digital industries from 25th-28th April at Brighton Dome. Representatives include key figures from “PRS For Music”, BPI, AIM, Association For Electronic Music (AFEM), AIF, ACS, LNADJ, Help Musicians, BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat, Fabric, SoundCloud, Virgin/EMI, Believe, SW4, Defected, Toolroom, Hospital Records, Ram Records, Tru Thoughts, Beatport, Women Produce Music, BIMM, DJ Mag, MusicTech, AEI, Funktion One, Pioneer, Label Worx, This Is Global, Boiler Room, Friction, KRPT, Horus Music, Decoded Magazine, Data Transmission, Skiddle, SharpStream, KRPT, GRM Daily, LWE, Fuse, Mark Knight, Waze & Odyssey, Luke Solomon, London Elektricity, Illyus & Barrientos, Dean Marsh, Jules O’ Riordan, and many more.

 

Author, playwright and musician, Irvine Welsh, will be interviewed by DJ Magazine’s editor, Carl Loben, about his love of music and its inspiration on his writing. Welsh’s first novel and film Trainspotting, having portrayed the subcultural zeitgeist of the mid-1990s.

 

BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat will host a panel on ‘Drug testing’ and ‘Brexit’ for broadcast with speakers from AFEM and Fabric will join Newsbeat’s Jimmy Blake and BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard.

 

The UK’s foremost electronic music industry event will also host Hospital Records’ Sonic Surgery on Friday 28th April 2018, which will include a ‘demo drop’ for A&R feedback and ‘meet the team’ with talks and production master classes and a networking event.

 

Hospital Records are opening the doors to their Sonic Surgery, where you can hear their most experienced drum & bass surgeons discuss how they create, develop and finesse their tracks in an in-depth set of production master classes. A full day of talks will include artists London Elektricity, Nu:Tone, Danny Byrd and Keeno dispensing tips and tricks on how to build sound archives, source songwriters, perfect a mixdown and more. There is also a ‘demo drop’ with a feedback surgery from 4pm presenting a rare opportunity to chat through your tracks and advice on how to get the track signed.

 

BMC has announced Eats Everything will be headlining the annual official BMC after party with Take, The Arch on Thursday 26th April. Dan will also be speaking at the conference on Last Night A DJ Saved My Life‘s ‘Social & Corporate Responsibility’ panel. He recently donated all of his New Years Eve earnings to the ‘Have A Drink On Us‘ campaign, which aims to provide clean water for those currently living without it.

 

BMC18’s Professional programme will present 16 in depth discussions and debates on the biggest issues facing the electronic and wider music industry including ‘Mental Health In Electronic Music’, ‘Is Underground Underground Anymore?’ ‘LNADJ presents Social Responsibility’, and ‘Interview With Tony & Ann Andrews From Funktion 1’.

 

BMC18’s Academy Programme covers everything that new producers and entry-level industry members need to know in 2018. The first panels, talks and seminars announced include ‘PRS For Music – How To Make A Living From Music’, ‘How Much Is Your Hearing Worth?’ ‘RAM Records label Q+A’, ‘What Jobs Are There For Me In The Industry?’ and more to be announced.

 

Seminar area 3 includes ‘So You Want To Be A DJ…’ as well as an Ableton workshop, and a ‘Sound Healing’ workshop featuring Faithless producer Jamie Catto.

 

BMC’s fifth year also features the specialised exhibition hall including the DJ and music tech scene’s leading suppliers, technology companies and service providers. New for 2018, Focusrite/ Novation will host the demonstration igloo featuring 10 workshops and talks.

 

In addition, BMC has announced Toolroom Academy will run 5 production workshops and talks on Thursday 27th April with Illyus & Barrientos, Ben Remember and Tuff London, as well as demo drop-ins. Leading electronic music DSP, Beatport, will deliver its Annual Report during the conference, and this year’s BMC will host a Pro-Only meeting area.

 

Sponsor/partners for BMC18 include Association For Electronic Music (AFEM). Beatport, Believe Distribution, BPI, DJ Mag, Focusrite/Novation, BPI, Horus Music, Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation, Monokrome Music, Label Worx, Mixcloud, PRS For Music, Sharp Stream, Skiddle, The Arch, Toolroom, Hospital Records and Visit Brighton, with educational partner BIMM.

 

BMC Academy Programme 2018

 

Thursday 26th April 2018 – Academy Theatre:

11.00 – 11:40 Getting Paid For Your Creativity (in association with “PRS for Music”) MODERATOR: Ashley Howard (“PRS for Music”) with Adrienne Bookbinder (Defected Records) Soraya Sobh (The Bakery) Adam Woolf (Critical Music).

Starting to think seriously about a career in music? Everything you need to know to get a business locked down and sustain a living. From downloads and streams to DJing and live to TV and radio to vinyl and CD, how to ensure you are rewarded for the music you make and understanding all the different income streams.

 

11:45 – 12:25 How to get your music signed to the right label – Moderator – Timo Garcia, Luke Solomon (A&R for Defected & Classic Music Company), Matt Tolfrey (A&R for The Martinez Brothers ‘Cuttin Headz’ label and Kaluki, Do Not Sleep and his own Leftroom Records), Just Her – artist (Crosstown Rebels/Constant Circles), Sophia Margerison (Virgin/EMI). Timo Garcia (aka Nolan) talks to industry professionals about the best way to get music signed by the right labels. With his own music released on over 130 labels worldwide from Get Physical, Kittball & Mother Recordings to Toolroom, Cr2 & MadTech Timo has a wealth of experience (good & bad) in sending out demos in hope of getting signed.

 

12:30 – 13:10: Label Q&A – Tru Thoughts – Speakers – Robert Luis – Label Co-Owner and A&R, Jonny Halliday – Label Manager, Trevor Heath – Full Thought Publishing, Hannah Petter – Press Officer. A chance to delve into the minds of one of the UK’s most successful labels, now in its nineteenth year the label continues to go from strength the strength and is a perfect example of how to grow your business and stay true to its roots.

 

13:20 – 14:10: Uplifting Audio Experiences Workshop with Tony Andrews – founder of loudspeaker manufacturer, Funktion-One. An opportunity to delve into the mind of the man behind the world’s leading loudspeaker and sound system provider. This will be a masterclass in best practices and how to perfect your sound.

 

14:15  – 14:55: BIMM Institute Modular Synthesis Masterclass – You are invited to this exciting BIMM Institute Modular Synthesis Masterclass hosted by the (BA Hons) in Music Production Course Leader, Matthew Hodson. Matthew will take you through all the key techniques and essential elements in producing music using a modular synthesiser. Join him as he creates music from scratch, building a custom patch, which is discussed and taught throughout, giving you a first-hand insight into the world of modular synthesis.

 

15:00 – 15:45 Sharpstream Sharing your creation with the world. The access and benefits of Internet radio. Moderator: Dane Streeter (Sharpsteam). Speakers: Nats Spada (Totally Radio/Platform B), Ben Liebrand, Dom Robinson (id3as media) and more TBC. Radio is a major source of music discovery, yet traditional broadcast radio consumption is in decline. Internet radio is growing faster than ever, helped in part by the launch of connected smart speakers and a generational leap toward IP first media consumption. This panel focuses on how to approach starting an Internet radio station of your own. The discussion will look at the benefits and challenges of Internet radio, revealing the best practices from existing success stories of the Internet radio landscape.

 

15:50 – 16:30 DJ Q&A – Moderator Chad Jackson – DJ’s Mark Knight, Sam Divine, Rich Wakely and a very special guest.

 

16:35 – 17:15 BPI PRESENTS – MUSIC PIRACY & CONTENT PROTECTION STRATEGIES. Speakers: Kiaron Whitehead (BPI General Counsel), Clare Miller, Chris Sheehan, Christian Ivanoski-Nichol, Alex Baker, Kate Whitmarsh (BPI Content Protection Team)          

 

17:20 – 18:00 How much is your hearing worth? Moderator: Mark Jones (Wall of Sound). Speakers: – Oli Katz  (Watch the hype), Jono Hale (ACS), HMUK (Speaker TBC).

 

Friday 27th April 2018 – Academy Theatre:

11.00 – 11:40 Giz a job… A chance to get yourself an internship with a leading UK label – Full details TBC

 

11:45 – 12:25 Label Q&A – RAM Records – Moderator Sarah Cole

 

12:30 – 13:10 Education – is college really worth it? Moderator – Inder Phull (Founder & CEO at KRPT). Speakers: Lauren Pavan (COO at GRM Daily), Alice Favre (Co-Owner at A Man About A Dog, Ticket Tannoy and Head of Operations at LWE), Archie Hamilton (Producer, DJ & Label Owner, Fuse, Arkityp), Toby Oxnam (Creative Director at Netil Radio, Head Booker at Joshua Brookes and Director at Ossia Music).

 

The cost of attending a UK university as an undergraduate in 2018 could cost up to £9000 a year, which equates to almost £30k over a 3-year university tenure. Imagine what that investment could yield for during the same period of time, if chosen instead to use it to build a studio, set-up an event or launch a record label. Or would you lack the necessary skills and acumen required to achieve any of the aforementioned, without having cut your teeth on a university degree first?

 

We’ve curated a diverse panel of industry professionals & entrepreneurs to discuss just that. Our panelists will be guiding us through their respective journeys in education, before             debating if these had any impact on their current position in the music industry, and concluding whether going to university is really worth the time, cost and effort. The aim of the panel is to give the audience an insight on how to reach their career aims as well as practical tips for future entrepreneurs and industry professionals.

 

13:15 – 14:05 Producer Q&A, Moderator – Katia Isakoff – Women Produce Music, London Elektricity, Illyus & Barrientos, Luke Solomon, Rachel K Collier.

 

14:10  – 14:50 Horus Music Seminar – Letting it Sync In: Why Music Supervisors love Electronic Music – Moderator: Deborah Smith (Anara Publishing), Speakers: Rupert Hollier (Music Supervisor), Luke Jackson (Composer), Rachel Menzies (Music Supervisor), John Meredith (Owner of Production Music Library ‘Arms Production Music’). Taking you through the fundamentals of how synchronisation works when a song is used in a film, television show, advert or video game. The discussion will then take a deeper look into the use of electronic music in recent projects from both a music supervisor and composers’ perspective and will take a look what challenges lie ahead for songwriters today.

 

14:55: Multi-tasking in the music business with D&B legend Friction!

Brighton’s very own drum and bass legend Friction talks through the need for multi-tasking in the modern day music business. From producing records, touring, broadcasting and running a label.

 

15:50 – 16:30: (40 Mins) – AEI / BEC panel – Creating & Maintaining Online Communities. Moderator: Sarah Cole (Director of Talent at AEI Group). Speakers – Tom Dunn: (AEI Special Projects Manager), Kate Osler (AEI Festival Director / Weird Science), Nick Sadler (Manager), Lewis Sinclair (CEO Cygnus Music). What good is a Facebook event page if no one actually sees it? As the internet echo chamber gets louder and algorithms make it harder to reach fans online, it’s more important than ever to understand exactly how to use digital platforms properly to promote your event. This panel, hosted by AEI Group, will break down all aspects and means of digital promotion and analyse exactly how to get the right message across, in the right way, to the right people at the right time. From fine-tuning your tone of voice to fit your audience to understanding when to push for those final ticket sales, this panel will cover it all.

 

BMC Professional Programme 2018

 

Thursday 26th April 2018 – Professional Theatre:

11.00 – 11:50 DJ Mag – Times up for sexual harassment. Following the Harvey Weinstein revelations and the #MeToo campaign, stories have begun to emerge from the electronic music industry about sexual harassment and misconduct. This panel will examine the issues involved, and look at ways to stop abuse like this happening in the future.

 

11:55 – 12:45 SoundCloud Presents – (content TBC)

 

12:50 – 13:40 Diversity Is A Reality, Inclusivity Is The Goal (in association with “PRS for Music”)  – Moderator: Fiona McGugan (Music Managers Forum). Speakers: Amanda Maxwell (SheSaid.So/ Boiler Room), Steven Braines (The Weird & The Wonderful), Natalie Wade (Small Green Shoots), and Claire Rose (“PRS for Music”). From the Wireless festival line up to the Grammy nominations, the rate of change in respect of diversity is off pace, not just within dance music but also across the industry. This panel asks what it means to be a diverse business in 2018, discussing practical inclusion strategies and looking at some of the initiatives that exist today.

 

13:45  – 14:35 is the underground underground anymore? Moderator: Sammy Verghese (The Arch, Brighton), Judy Griffith (Fabric), Firas Waez & Serge Santiago (Producers Waze & Odyssey), Jack Bridges (Beatport). Has the mainstream success of dance music artists resulted in dance music becoming a corporate product? Have artist’s demands, such as 5* hotels and limousine pick-ups made dance music resemble pop artists? Do ever inflated fee’s have a knock on effect for festival and club shows having to charge high ticket prices and therefore alienating access to music on financial grounds? What’s the future of the underground?

 

14:40 – 15:30 AFEM Presents – Mental Health & Music In The Mix moderated by Greg Marshall (Head of Membership, AFEM) Panelists include Help Musicians UK, Mike Hollingbury (Owner, Bozboz), Dan Tait (Pioneer DJ Sounds). More panelists TBC. As new studies shine fresh light on the prevalence of mental health issues in our industry, it’s clear that the need to care for yourself and those around you has never been so vital. AFEM brings together a range of professionals to hear their experiences, share advice and see how wellbeing and success can both be achieved in our 24/7 industry. With almost a third of UK electronic artists having been impacted by mental health issues, caring for yourself and those around you has never been so vital. AFEM teams up with a range of industry experts to explore how success and mental wellbeing in a 24/7 industry can both be achieved. More panelists to be announced soon.

 

15:35 – 16:25 A Journey in Sound – Tony and Ann Andrews from Funktion-One. An in-depth interview with a couple who have committed their lives to each other and to the pursuit of audio excellence, founding and growing loudspeaker manufacturer Funktion-One in the process. A unique opportunity to hear from the true pioneers of professional audio.

 

16:30 – 17:15 LNADJ Presents Social and Corporate responsibility in the dance music industry. Moderator: Ellie Talebian. Speakers: Eats Everything, Jim McNulty, Ann Andrews and Nico De Transilvania. The dance music industry has traditionally not been known for its focus on social responsibility yet through the example of a small number of trailblazers we are now seeing a positive change in attitude. Why is this happening now and what can be done to expand on their work?

 

17:20 – 18:00 AIF – How best to get your artist on the stage? Moderator: Jim Mawdsley (Generator). Speakers include Ami Lord – (General Manager & Laundry Meadows Stage Booker, Standon Calling) Emma Zillman (Programme Director, Fields Festival).

 

Friday 27th April 2018 – Professional Theatre

11.00: Brands in Music

A selection of huge brands work alongside record labels and artists, find out what they look for, how do they allocate budget and what the end game is for them?

Speakers TBC

 

11:45 – 12:25 Creative Law presents – ‘How not to get into hot water when re-making music.’ Moderator: Dean Marsh (MD – Creative Law & Business) Andrew Sharland (Leading Partner, Clintons), Peter Oxendale (Forensic Musicologist), Alison Hook (Head of Sampling & Copyright Infringement Sony/ATV Publishing), Jules O’Riordan AKA Judge Jules (Global DJ/Lawyer, Sheridans), Saranne Reid (General Manager, Crown Management/MD Sample Clearance Services). This year’s legal panel will be dissecting two topical subjects. (a) Re-records. Many producer/artists seem to be re-recording their old hits (sometimes in conjunction with a publisher), so they then can exploit themselves. How do you avoid breaching the terms of the original record contract? In which ways might a re-record infringe the copyright or performers’ rights in the original recording, particularly if it’s a near identical recreation? (b) Covers There’s  been a recent trend towards crossover success for dance producers covering or interpreting existing compositions. What legal right does an artist have to make and release a cover version?  What constitutes a “faithful” cover version and what doesn’t? What rights do publishers have to insist that a new composition is a cover when it’s not?

 

12:30 – 13:10 BPI Presents – Subject TBC.

 

13:15 – 14:05 Streaming – Best practices and how to make it work for you. The panel will explore the tools and best practices for some of the worlds leading streaming services. How best to use these tools and how best to maximise your presence and reach your fans. Speakers – Sam Lee (Songular), Leigh Morgan (Believe), Achille Nanopoulos (Artist Marketing Manager – Independents – Deezer), Dominic Kerley – (Label Worx).

 

14:10  – 14:50 DJ Mag – An interview with Irvine Welsh. The renowned Trainspotting author talks exclusively to DJ Mag editor Carl Loben about the thread of electronic music that runs through much of his work, and his new book Dead Men’s Trousers — featuring all the much-loved Trainspotting characters — in which Renton becomes a DJ manager.

 

14:55 – 15:45 Sharpstream Panel. Monetize your content in ways you haven’t heard of. Moderator: Dane Streeter (Managing Director – SharpStream). Speakers: Katie Sedler (Head of DAX Partnerships (This is Global) Nick Pitts (Commercial Director – Jazz FM), More TBC.

Audio content is exploding world wide on more platforms than ever before. How can audio content creators get the best return on their investment? This panel explores the options available to audio content creators, focusing on the approaches to implementing monetisation strategies for different audience scales in order to achieve the best results

 

15:50 – 16:30 Trial by social media: dealing with a PR disaster. Moderator: Lee Smith (Leak Delete), Anna Wall  (PR), George Hull (Bloc), Angie Towse (The Rest is Noise). Following a string of widely publicised controversies in dance music, we ask: are we right to call out offensive behaviour online? Who do social media scandals benefit? And how are careers controlled by social media audiences?

 

Mezzanine level

BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat panel – 17:00 – 18:00 (17:45 show goes out)

BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra’s Newsbeat will be hosting a discussion and broadcasting from BMC and discussing topics including Brexit and drug testing at venues and events in the UK. – Hosted by Newsbeat’s politics and music team. Speakers include Jimmy Blake (BBC1 Radio Newsbeat), Mark Lawrence (CEO AFEM), Danny Howard (BBC Radio 1), Judy Griffith (Fabric), and more TBC.

 

Seminar area 3

Thursday 26th April

13:00 – So you want to be a DJ… Speakers include Pete Gooding (Pete Gooding Management), Ben King (Radius Artists), Graham Farmer (Data Transmission).

An insight into the best practices for artist development and representation, a master class of the do’s and don’ts in order to succeed.

 

3PM – Beatport invite only

 

4PM – Beatport access all areas

 

Friday 27th April

 

11:30-12:30pm BMC Session Description – Rachel K Collier

Rachel K Collier – From the Studio to the Stage using Ableton Live 10

Rachel K Collier will demonstrate her approach to taking a full song production to stage. Using her song Paper Tiger as an example, she’ll show her own techniques for breaking down song parts into clips and scenes for performance. Collier will cover the process from the beginning and provide tips and tricks for balancing the fun of impromptu performance with recreating the structure and elements of a song.

 

12:30-1:30pm BMC Session Description – Simon Lyon

 Ableton Live 10 and Push – Capture, Create and Manipulate

 Ableton Certified Trainer Simon Lyon takes you through some of the new features of Live 10 whilst exploring many ways to create ideas and harness the creative power of Live and Push.

Whether you are new to music production or seasoned musician/DJ/Producer, Live gives you many options for starting either the initial workings of your music or performing and manipulating beats, grooves and textures for your shows.

 

1:30 – 2:30 – Sound Healing Workshop – Speakers include Jamie Catto (Faithless producer and film maker ‘One Giant Leap’), Tracie Storie aka DJ 10 Sui (Tama-Do Sound Therapist). More panelists from the world of academia, physics and music production to be announced

The Universal Power of Sound – In 2018 more and more people are using music and sound to complement their personal development practices, and with good reason.  Science is now proving that sound resonance and frequency has an effect on physical matter, including the human mind and body.  We will discuss this development and how it is being incorporated into events, music production and consumption.

 

2:30 – 4:30 TBC

Deadwax Social Theatre

Thursday 26th April

 

Tooroom Academy production and DJ classes

Friday 27th April

10-11: Demo Drop

11-12.30: Ben Remember 

12.45-13.45: Mark Knight

14.00-15.30: Tuff London

15.45-17.15: Illyus & Barrientos

17.30-18.30: A&R Feedback 

 

Hospital Records Sonic Surgery

10.00-11.00: Meet The Team / Demo Drop 

11.00-12.00: London Elektricity: Obsessive Sound Collecting

12.00-13.00: Nu:Tone : Words & Pictures – The Vocal 1, 2, 3

13.00-14.00: Demo Drop / Lunch

14.00-15.00: Keeno: Strings & Shimmering Things

15.00-16.00: Danny Byrd: MPC vs. DNB

16.00-17.00: A&R Feedback

 

ABOUT BMC17

 

Brighton Music Conference 2017 was held Thursday 27th April and Friday 28th April and featured speakers from AFEM, Beat port, PRS for Music, PPL, Ministry of Sound, Sony, Label Worx, Live Nation, Mixcloud, Mixmag, Defected, NTIA, Toolroom, Hospital Records, MMF, DJ Mag, AEI Group, DJ Monitor, UKF, Drum & Bass Arena, Loopmasters, Napster, Brapp TV, PIAS, Loopmasters, Sub Club, Clintons, Crown Management, Roland, Anjunabeats, Audiolock, Serato, BIMM, Wunderground, UK Diversity, Native Instruments, and many more, with the conference programme split between the professional and academy theatres.

 

BMC17’s Professional programme talks included ‘Streaming vs. Radio’; ‘AFEM Presents Get Played, Get Paid’; ‘How to Promote Diversity In Dance Music’; ‘What’s Next For Electronic Music?’; ‘BPI Presents Music Piracy’; ‘NTIA Presents Save Our Nightlife’; ‘Creative Law Presents: But it was only a “cheeky” re-edit? Copyright law and the Remix’; ‘BPI Presents ‘Sync In Progress’; ‘Music Recognition Technology: how does it work for you?’ moderated by Tim Arber, Head of Membership Support, PRS for Music, and ‘Giving Back in association with Last Night A DJ Save My Life Foundation’.

 

BMC17’s Academy Programme featured panels and topics ‘BIMM Presents: Writing & Producing To A Brief’; ‘Ghost Writing’; ‘How To Get Ahead In The Industry?’; Toolroom Records Q+A; ‘Roland / Serato Workshop’; ‘Why Should I Make A Video?’; ‘DJ Q+A with Friction, Sam Divine, Josh Butler, and My Nu Leng’; ‘ACM Workshop’; ‘Hospital Records Q+A’; Producer Q+A with Seamus Haji, Prok & Fitch, Paul Hartnoll, and Just Her’; and more.

 

In addition to housing Native Instruments in the BMC Demonstration Igloo installation, the exhibition floor featured brands, organisations, and education providers including Pioneer, AFEM (Association For Electronic Music), BPI, NTIA, Native Instruments, Traktor, Focusrite /

Novation, Serato, Roland, Korg, Beatport, PRS for Music, In Music Brands, Toolroom, GAK, Hospital Records, CM Sound, Source Distribution, Ditto Music, DJ Mag, Data Transmission, Decoded, Skiddle, MMF, Believe Digital, Horus Music, Evolution Domes, Yamaha, Steinberg, Element 5, and more.

 

 

BRIGHTON MUSIC CONFERENCE 2018 (BMC18)

25/26/27/28 April

Brighton Dome

www.brightonmusicconference.co.uk

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