Brighton Music Conference reveals first 50 speakers/artists for 2024 edition

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The UK’s leading electronic music and networking event, Brighton Music Conference (BMC), recently announced the first 50 Speakers for its 11th edition. 

Taking place at the prestigious Brighton i360 complex and various venues around the city from 22nd to 24th May 2024, the award-winning event will once again bring together industry-leading professionals for a programme of insightful talks, workshops and networking events.

Welcoming electronic music’s prominent figures from the past, present, and future, artists/speakers include Judge Jules, Rowetta (Happy Mondays), Stanton Warriors, Syreeta, Todd Terry, Heidi, Alex P, Steve Mac, Seamus Haji, and Flava D to name just a few.

Confirmed labels and businesses in attendance include Armada Music, Axtone, Crucast, Defected Records, Fat Cat Records, Freakin 909, Helix, Hospital Records, Red Giant Records, Rhythm Cult, Sound Flower Records, Toolroom Records, and Trusted Rhythm Records among others.

BMC speakers & artists (A-Z):

Alex P, A Man Called Adam, Barry Ashworth (Dub Pistols), Cam Fyall (Ninja Tune), Carly Wilford, Crazy P, Daniel Curpen (Anjunadeep), Ellie Scougal (Inside the USB podcast), Erol Alkan, Fay Barton (Mizbee), Flava D, Friction, Funk’D’Void, Hannah Warnes (One House), Heidi, Helena Gagern (Salsa), Hilit Kolet (Faith/Rekids), Ifeoluwa, Jay Forster (BBC Radio 1), JFB (3 x DMC World Champion), Judge Jules, Just Her, Justin Robertson, Katherine Ellis, Katie Knight (Can you put me on the guestlist podcast), Kelli-Leigh (You Know My Voice Podcast), Kitty Amor, Krafty Kuts, Lizzie Curious, Miss.C (Chloe Sinclair), Mr C, Naomi Bressani (Republic of Music), Nastia (NECHTO), Pola & Bryson, Rowetta (Happy Mondays), Sarah Monument, Seamus Haji (Defected), Seb Zito, Scott Garcia (Kiss FM), Shadow Child, Shannon Herber (Soma), Silvia Montello (CEO AIM) Shyam P (Saved), Smokin Jo, Steve Mac, Stuart Knight (Toolroom Records), Stanton Warriors, Syreeta (HE.SHE.THEY), Todd Terry, ZOFIA (Capital Dance).

BMC ‘A&R Sessions’

BMC will also present the new ‘BMC A&R Sessions’ for its 2024 edition. Headed up by the prolific DJ and music producer Steve Mac, the ‘A&R Sessions’ will provide a relaxed, friendly environment, where up-and-coming producers will have the opportunity to book one-to-one sessions with the labels and industry professionals of their choice, giving that golden opportunity for immediate feedback with leading A&Rs and advice on their careers from industry professionals.

The full list of labels and businesses confirmed include AIM, Another Rhythm, Armada Music, Audio Rehab, Axtone, Constant Circles, Critical Music, Crucast, Cubism, Data Transmission, Defected Records, Fat Cat Records, Freakin 909, Helix, Hospital Records, Inflyte, Jack Said What, Jalapeno Records, Krafted, Label Radar, Mesh, Out Yer Box, R&S Records, Recovery World Collective, Red Giant Records, Rhythm Cult, Shogun Audio, Sleazy D, Sound Flower Records, Toolroom Records, Trusted Rhythm Records.

The A&R Sessions will take place at The Tempest Inn on Brighton’s beachfront, just a short walk from the main BMC Hub at the Brighton i360 complex.

The BMC team are dedicated to creating a friendly and welcoming environment for professionals and enthusiasts in the electronic music industry to learn, network and create business opportunities. The conference is the perfect summer warm-up event for industry professionals and music lovers alike.

For more information or to buy tickets visit the BMC website. Sessions will be booked on a first come first served basis.

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