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Brighton Music Conference announces First Wave of Speakers


The award-winning Brighton Music Conference (BMC) will return to the British Airways i360 venue on Brighton’s beachfront for its seventh edition from April 22 to 25.

Following its most successful year in 2019. BMC20 will once again host over 65 talks, seminars and workshops. Industry-leading speakers, including in-depth discussions and debates on the biggest issues facing the electronic and wider music industry. These include diversity, mental health, the environment and current music and business trends. There will also be exclusive networking parties being held 450 feet above the city in the i360 Pod observation tower.

Artists and speakers taking part in the 2020 event include (In alphabetical order):

Alon Shulman, Amy Jayne, Anthony Pappa, Ben Rush, Carl Cox (Live interview and Q&A from Australia), Carl Loben, Carly Wilford, Chris Goss, Damien Fell, Danny Clockwork, Danny Howard, Darius Syrossian, Danny Savage, Derrick May, DJ Rae, DJ Rap, DJ Ravine, Endor, Eddy Richards, Fatboy Slim, Flava D, Greg Marshall, Grahame Farmer, Harriet Jaxxon, Jaguar, Leftwing:Kody, Kevin McKay, Lee Morrison, Magnus Asberg, Michael Kill, My Nu Leng, Nathan Coles, Nat Rich, Nikki McNeill, Nurve, Patricia  Altisent, Ridney, Phutech, Raze, Sacha Wall, Sam Divine, Seb Fontaine, Shino Parker, Stuart Knight, Tall Paul, Terry Francis, Timo Maas, Tristan Hunt, Tom Middleton, Wax Worx plus many more.

Label Lounge Returns

The Label Lounge also returns after an overwhelming success last year. Taking place on Friday 24th at the nearby The Tempest Inn major labels in electronic music will once again be taking part in one to one A&R feedback sessions. Last year 18 tracks were signed to labels including Champion, Cr2, Glasgow Underground, Labelworx, Skint and Ultra.

BOOST Breakfast with Grahame Farmer

For the second year running our Editor, Grahame Farmer is hosting a special BOOST Breakfast Session at the conference on Thursday 22nd April for 10 x DJs / Producers. Grahame uses his 16 years experience in dance music from running Data Transmission, Shanghaied Records and his BOOST 1to1 Coaching to help DJs get further in the music business.

The BMC Boost Breakfast is a special breakfast version of the BOOST Coaching (breakfast included) which is a round table session that allows the DJs to Ask Questions about building their career, social media, SoundCloud, Spotify, getting press coverage, getting bookings, building goals for yourself as an artist.

You can grab tickets from here, for those wanting to join the BOOST Breakfast add the bolt-on.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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