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Brighton Music Conference reveals speakers

The event will take place in April 2016.

The Brighton Music Conference is back this spring and has already revealed details of this first speakers, which include the likes of Adam Woolfe (Critical Records), Marcus Nasty (Rinse) and Yousef just to name a few.

Some of the highlights this year will be Beatport’s Label Summit, which is set to be hosted by Terry Weerasinghe and Jack Bridges, who will be discussing the latest trends in online and the online music sales portal. There will also be a Q&A with label Shogun Audio. Keir Tyrer, Friction, Richard Snow, Rockwell, Icicle and Amon Tobin will be talking about they find new talent.

Already confirmed to speak at this year’s conference are Adam Woolfe (Label Manager; Critical Records), Alan Miller (Chairman; NTIA), Andy Singh (Director; Republic Of Music), Ayah Marar (Artist), Carl Loben (Editor; DJ Mag), Chris Goss (Co-Founder; Hospital Records), Chris Todd / Crazy P (Artist), Dean Marsh (Managing Director; Creative Law & Business), Emily Moxon (Label Manager; Brownswood Records), Jon Rundell (Director; Intec Digital), Lee Morrison (General Manager, UK; Believe Digital), Lucy Blair (Journalist; Motive Unknown), Lynn Cosgrove (Director; Safehouse Management), Marcus Nasty (DJ; Rinse), Mark Lawrence (CEO; AFEM), Matt King (BMG/Skint Records), Mikey Maguire (Editor; Wunderground), Prok & Fitch (Artist), Ralf Kollmann (Label Manager; Mobilee Records), Sarah Cole (Owner; Yes You Do), Steve King (Safehouse Management), Steve Mac / Rhythm Masters (Director/Artist; Black Rock Records), Stuart Knight (Managing Director; Toolroom Records), Tom Nettleton (Agent; Paramount), Yousef (Artist).

Leading industry brands will also be present, which include the likes of Beatport, PRS for Music, AFEM, Toolroom, Hospital Records, NTIA, DJ Magazine, Shogun Audio, BIMM, Mobilee Records, Skint Records, Believe Digital, Crazy P, Prok & Fitch, Yousef, Safehouse Management, Intec Digital, Friction, Amon Tobin, Rockwell, Icicle, Critical Records, Wunderground, Republic of Music, Dean Marsh and GAK Audio. For more details check out the BMC website.

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The event takes place between 14th and 15th April at the Brighton Dome.


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