LMC Announces Final Names for 2020 at fabric feat. Jamie Lidell, Enzo Siragusa, Raw Silk, Young Turks, Brownswood Recordings

The much anticipated London Music Conference 2020 today unveils its final panels and tech topics for discussion ahead of the event at fabric, London from January 30th to February 1st. Artist additions include Jamie Lidell, Raw Silk, and Enzo Siragusa, who will participate alongside further representatives from FUSE, fabric, Young Turks, Brownswood Recordings, WomeninCTRL, Arturia, Touching Bass, Armada Music, Identification of Music, Harpies, Pxssy Palace, Capital FM, and more.
These names will join the previously announced likes of Nemone, Broadwick Live, The Cause, Key Changes, Scuba, Third Son, Printworks, DJ Mag, Boiler Room, BBC Radio 1, Free From Sleep, FMLY Agency, DAZED, Mixmag, He.She.They., Beatport, The Festival Travel Shop, Korg, PRS and more.
This premier music conference and showcase festival is a unique platform for the creation, development and expansion of electronic music culture. It brings together artists, industry experts, label managers, A&R executives and so much more, and is a way for all facets of the industry to connect and get creative, as well as consider the future of the scene. There is a wide range of topics, panels, workshops, forums, masterclasses, demos and parties all set for the capital this coming January.
Panels and talks include:
fabric: The Third Decade
London Collectives Pushing the Scene Forward
London: Is Clubbing Still Affordable?
Does Electronic Music Have a Mental Health Problem?
Safe Spaces & Inclusivity in Nightlife
PRS pres. Making Money From Your Music
Little Pink Book pres. The Importance of Female Role Models in Electronic Music
The Changing Dynamic of UK Festivals
The Team Behind: FUSE
Plus workshops and masterclasses:
Jamie Lidell pres. Hanging Out With Audiophiles Live
DJ Boost Sessions
Making Music Without a Computer w/ Third Son
Little Pink Book: DJ Workshop w/ Raw Silk, Bossy LDN & Sarah Story
Point Blank Music School Deconstruction
Track Masterclass w/ Hannah Holland
Less is More: Simplifying Your Music for Maximum Results w/ Red Rack’em
Check out the LMC20 website for the complete schedule of events:
Accelerator Program & LMC Awards
New for 2020 is the UK’s first electronic music Accelerator Program (register here) for artists and labels, providing music makers and breakers from across the globe a range of tools and resources to develop music, culture and the business ecosystem that exists around it. There will also be the LMC Awards to provide a forum for the recognition and acknowledgement of the industry’s best and brightest, profiling the artists, labels and technology developers at the leading edge of music culture, business and performance.
Tickets
Capacity at London Music Conference is strictly limited and tickets will sell out. Discounted Early Bird tickets are on sale now, head to https://www.londonmusicconference.org/ for more information or to register as a member of the LMC community and get involved.

Fabric London and Bicep Join Amelie Lens at No Sleep Festival

After more than 25,000 clubbers entered dozens of No Sleep Festival’s parties last year, all spread on various locations across the city in a continuous 48-hour run, this year has already seen countless ravers booking flights to Serbia‚Äôs hedonistic capital city.

Friday 8th and Saturday 9th November is when the action unfolds and now the final line-up is revealed to include fabric London and Bicep, Mind Against, Terry Francis, Anna Wall and Anastasia Kristiansen joining Amelie Lens and more in Serbia.

One of the world’s leading clubs and a symbol of London’s nightlife, fabric celebrates its 20th anniversary in Belgrade with a programme is led by Bicep, the Belfast-born duo, whose eponymous LP from 2017 found acclaim from all corners of the electronic music world.

Tickets and more info can be found online at Nosleepfestival.com.

London Music Conference Reveals Fabric as New Venue for 2020

London’s premier music conference and showcase festival returns from 30 January to 1st February.

London Music Conference (LMC20) exists as a platform for the creation, development and expansion of electronic music culture, providing a unique solution for artists, fans, labels and professionals from across the globe to engage, interact and co-create in the UK capital.

London’s identity as a bastion for the birth of new creative movements in music make it the ideal place within which to forge new ideas, foster the development of music culture and support the artists who drive its evolution.

For the 2020 edition, the primary venue will be esteemed nightclub fabric while the rest of the conference will encompass a crafted selection of events at the city’s best music venues, offering fans and industry alike a diverse array of club nights, showcases and late night events.

In 2020 LMC will launch the UK’s first electronic music Accelerator Program for artists and labels, providing music makers and breakers from across the globe a range of tools and resources to develop music, culture and the business ecosystem that exists around it.

You can find out more information at the LMC website.

www.londonmusicconference.org