Brighton Music Conference 2014 – Preview

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This Friday and Saturday, the city of Brighton plays host to an electronic conference on a grand scale. The conference itself is mainly for people in the music industry, and costs a hefty sum to enter, but there are also a wide range of events and educational talks on offer. So what is the Brighton Music Conference and why should you care?

The Exhibition

On Friday the 10th and Saturday the 11th of April, Brighton Dome will be transformed into a forum for discussion about the electronic music industry, and is a must-go if you are an artist or involved in music. There will be speakers in from a variety of different backgrounds, record labels and companies, imparting information on a range of topics. Talks range from DJ tips and tricks, to production and remixing, how to get gigs, setting up festivals, and social media and PR. The talks are mainly aimed at DJs and those interested in electronic music, but there are some relevant to bands and accoustic artists.

A full list of the talks is here – I recommend giving it a read.

The Events

The main reason you should be interested in the conference, especially if you’re not an artist or in the music business, is for the wide range of events that they’re putting on. Aside from setting up a pop-up-club (sounds pretty vibrant!), the conference boasts an impressive lineup, with artists such as Paul WoolfordSkreamDarius SyrossianJimpster and more. So sick, especially if you’re into your deep house.

A full list of the events is here – this is what everyone in Brighton will be doing this weekend.

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