EMC is at the core of the culture of electronic music in the Asia Pacific. It is a conference and festival held annually in Sydney, Australia each November.
The conference includes networking and relationship building events, inspirational keynotes and in-conversations, workshops, masterclasses, panel and roundtable discussions. The festival is five days and nights of parties, showcases, pop-ups and film screenings.
The world of electronic music is fast-paced, highly competitive and always evolving. Through constant change and new challenges, we believe it’s more essential than ever to come together in the offline world to share our insights, inspirations, challenges and visions for the future.
EMC is the leading music industry event of its kind in the Asia Pacific region. Whether you are a brand new artist starting to make electronic music or one of the world’s most influential figures in electronic music, EMC provides an annual destination where we come together for a week and leave having learned a lot from one another, and having been inspired by each other.
Past guest speakers include Alison Wonderland, Andrew Weatherall, Armin Van Buuren, Carl Cox, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Flume, Gilles Peterson, Greg Wilson, Hermitude, Honey Dijon, Nina Kraviz, Nina Las Vegas, Peking Duk, Rainbow Chan, Sasha, The Presets, Tiesto and many, many more.
Our vision is to create a brighter, better and sustainable future, focussing on the growth of a positive electronic music culture in the Asia Pacific.
EMC 2019 was supported by Australia Council for the Arts, NSW Government through Create NSW, City of Sydney, The Ticket Fairy, MusicNSW, FBi Radio, Roland, Ableton, Muzeek, Mixmag, Decoded Magazine and TAME. Join our community HERE for latest news.
EMC is the leading electronic music industry event in the Asia Pacific region. Held in Sydney, it is a pivotal, annual destination event for Australian and international creative professionals, curators and tastemakers, and those that are passionate about electronic music business and culture.