On January 30th to February 1st, the famous London Music Conference makes it’s highly anticipated return with an amalgamation of the industry’s biggest hitters, featuring both world class brands and the finest selectors in the business.
London Music Conference is undoubtedly one of the most exciting events on the calendar for those both interested in, and part of London’s musical culture. With guest speakers and panels focused on the hottest topics, coverage will include mental health and charity within nightlife, the great royalty debate, the health of London’s nightlife and its venues, inclusivity and safe spaces, radio, and the role of social media in 2020.
These might all sound serious, which in essence they are, however LMC aims to deliver sessions in an interactive and thought-provoking format. The panel includes brands like Point Blank Music School, Boiler Room, Red Bull Radio, Beatport, Korg and VRJAM.
High-level individuals in the music industry are also lined up for discussions, including DJ Mag’s Digital Tech Editor; Declan McGlynn, Mixmag Editor; Duncan Dick and Director of Broadwick Live; Mark Newton. Artists set to speak include Scuba and Ben Pearce, Sarah Story from Capital FM, Steven Braines of He.She.They and Firas Waez from Waze & Odyssey.
However, It’s not all about panels, talks, and topics of discussion at London Music Conference. Expect music, demos and workshops too. The exhibition will focus on tech demonstrations, educational tasks, and the chance to network with the scenes bigwigs, providing a forum to bring the dance music community together.
There’s also an Accelerator Programme and awards, focusing on new emerging talent to nurture them in a way that can unlock their potential for years to come. The awards are aimed at celebrating the brightest sparks in the game – don’t miss this on Jan 30th!
London Music Conference is set to take over many of the capital’s venues with Farringdon’s coveted club; Fabric playing a key role throughout the conference.
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Words: Neil Ritchie