Working with OneFest – Introducing Young People to the Live Music Industry

It’s hard starting out in the music industry. In a “who you know” world, how do you get that first introduction? That first projec…

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THE RETURN TO MUSIC AS A SHARED EXPERIENCEThis year I’ve entered the Young Guns Network x IMS Visionaries competition around the conference next week in Ibiza. If you’re interested in those speaking last year checkout my last post about the great panel featuring reps from UKF, Noisey, Eton Messy and Boiler Room.My submission covers a short history of music with the aim of reframing the discussion on the future of the music industry, from how we can use new technology or subscription services to continue the current recorded music model, to how we should expand into new areas of live experiences and brand partnerships in order for the industry to grow in the future.

Young Guns Network – IMS 2014 – UKF / Boiler Room / Eton MessyLast year at IMS a few ex-colleagues of mine spoke on a panel for the Young Guns Network. UKF, Boiler Room, Eton Messy and Noisey covers the spectrum of current new music content producers leading the way today so it’s great to see their outlook.