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IMS College finalises Schedule & Speakers



As we’ve mentioned previously IMS are bringing their thought-leadership platform back to Malta across September 14-15 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Malta.

IMS College – Malta, a uniquely curated educational initiative aimed at emerging electronic music professionals and future industry visionaries, has now revealed its final schedule for 2018, bringing together a powerful collection of leading electronic music experts and artists to educate the next generation with their experience and knowledge.

They’ve got a stellar line-up including Mambo Brothers, Manu Gonzalez, Luke Curtis, Carl Bee and Tenishia who join industry leaders and production experts from Beatport, elrow, Mixmag, Point Blank Music School, Toolroom, Ultra Music and more

IMS Co-Founder Ben Turner states “Returning to Malta for the third year, IMS remain committed to supporting and developing the next generation who will grow and sustain our industry in the future. IMS College brings the best in the business to share their knowledge and wisdom if electronic music is your passion this is an opportunity not to be missed.”


Full line-up:
Breakwave (Artist, UK)
Carl Bee (Artist, Malta)
Cheryl Falzon (Alleanza/Revolt, Label Manager, Malta)
Christine Brown (Help Musicians, Director of External Affairs, UK)
Danny Whittle (IMS, Partner/Co-Founder, UK)
Deniz Everling (Beatport, Label Manager, Germany)
DJ Ravine (Point Blank Music School, Content Creator, UK)
Dubfire (Artist, USA)
Frank Hahn (Denon DJ, Product Specialist, Germany)
Fred Conybeare-Cross (Keep Hush, Founder, UK)
Freddie Masters (Keep Hush, Co-Founder, UK)
Greg Marshall (Association For Electronic Music (AFEM), General Manager, UK)
Inder Phull (KRPT, Founder, UK)
Jaguar Bingham (Mixmag TV, Presenter, UK)
Jamie Kemp (Toolroom, Director of Sales, UK)
Jenni Cochrane (AEI Group, Director Of Culture And Partnerships, UK)
Jono Heale (ACS, Director of Communications, Education and Strategic Partnerships, UK)
Joost Toast (ACS, Distributor, Spain)
Luke Curtis (Dance Music Photographer, UK)
Mambo Brothers (Artists, Spain)
Manu Gonzalez (Artist, Spain)
Mark Lawrence  (AFEM/Black Rock Publishing, Advisor,/Director, UK)
Mark Netto (IMS, Partner/Co-Founder, South Africa)
Matt Digby (Beatport, Marketing & Communications Manager, Germany)
Myradh Cormican (Myradh Music Marketing, Director, UK)
Nacho Marco (Berklee College of Music, Professor, Spain)
Paul Arnold (Ultra Music Publishing & Records, A&R, UK)
Paul Hamill (Inflyte, CEO, Northern Ireland)
Sebastian Battista (Warner Bros. Records, Head of Digital Strategy, UK)
Ski Oakenfull (Point Blank Music School, Head of Curriculum, UK)
Stine Glismand (Berklee College of Music, Manager of the International Career Center, Spain)
Tenishia (Artist, Malta)
Tobias Oxnam (Netil Radio, Director, UK)
Tristan Hunt (Association For Electronic Music (AFEM), Regional Manager, UK)
Victor De La Serna (elrow Family, Music Director, Spain)
Ziggy (Artist, Malta)

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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