More artists and speakers for Brighton Music Conference 2023

Brighton Music Conference (BMC) 2023 has confirmed more artists and speakers for its event later this month.

The second wave includes Aiden Lavelle, Alan Fitzpatrick, Amber D, Anchorsong (Tru Thoughts), Carl Loben (DJ Mag), CASSIMM, Danny Rampling, Danny Savage (Mixmasters), DJ Paulette, DJ RAP, D.Ramirez, Ellie Talebian (DJ/Radio Presenter), Eve Horne (Peak Music), Grahame Farmer (DT), Hans Hess (The Egg), Harriet Jaxxon, Heiko Hoffmann (Beatport), Huxley, Jacob Husley (Fabric), James Wiltshire (Freemasons), Jansons, Jess Iszatt (Radio 1), Jess Kidd, JFB (3x DMC World Champion).

John Truelove, Judge Jules, Lisa Lashes, Nico de Transilvania, Nikki McNeill (Global Publicity), Farah Nanji (Mission Makers Podcast/N1NJA), Naomi Bressani, Normski, NOLAN, Paul Hutchinson (Clockwork Orange), Queenie & Wildblood, Rachel Menzies (BMG PM), Ralph Lawson, Saoirse Kavanagh (Outernet Live), Scott Garcia (Kiss FM), Seamus Haji, Stuart Knight (Toolroom), Tammy Tinawi (Cavendish), Tom Middleton, Tony Andrews (Funktion One) will also attend.

BMC 2023 will feature Q&A’s, workshops and networking events covering SYNC, Publishing, A&R, PR & Marketing, Social Media, AI & Web3, Metadata, Sampling, Radio, Self Releasing, Running a Label, Mental Health, Sustainability and much more. More info on speakers, artists, panel topics and networking events coming soon.

The 10th anniversary edition will focus on the importance of communities with Bristol Night Time Economy Advisor, Carly Heath, summing it up in her talk last year stating that “Nightlife is where communities happen”.

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