EMC CONNECT SYDNEY

EMC Connect gathers artists and industry friends in SYDNEY for a song writing workshop for artists, a close look at the current state of play in the electronic music sector and an industry consultation.

Register for either the songwriting workshop only or the industry consultation, or register for both sessions. 

REGISTRATION IS FREE!

WHERE

107 PROJECTS
107 Redfern St,
Redfern NSW 2016

WHEN

Thursday 28th June
6pm-9:30pm


SONGWRITING WORKSHOP WITH PANTHEON & NYXEN

Facilitated by APRA AMCOS
6:00PM-7:00PM

Join the up close and personal workshop with Pantheon & Nyxen deconstructing their upcoming release ‘Timewarp’ from initial concept, through the creative process including the demo stage to finished song.

REGISTER FREE HERE


STATE OF PLAY PANEL & INDUSTRY CONSULTATION

7:00pm-8:30pm

Join the industry discussion delving into the current state of play in all facets of the electronic music sector from streaming to publishing, touring & events, media, artist development and the current political forces at play around the country in terms of legislations, inquiries and compliance developments that affect our sector;

 

Followed by an industry consultation to align on which areas are currently the most challenging for our sector to assist us with how we can best address these together;

 

Then continuing the conversation over networking drinks, the perfect mid-year mixer before EMC in Sydney this November.

  

REGISTER FREE HERE


SPEAKERS

Nathan Farrell

Nathan Farrell

Owner/Director, Nathan Farrell Entertainment Pty Limited
Jane Slingo

Jane Slingo

Executive Producer EMC/Artist Manager
Paul Stix

Paul Stix

Director, UNDR Ctrl

Poppy Reid

Poppy Reid

Managing Editor, Seventh Street Media
Emily Collins

Emily Collins

Managing Director of MusicNSW and Deputy Chair of the Australian Music Industry Network (AMIN).
Ben Godding

Ben Godding

Marketing Director AWAL

107 PROJECTS

At 107 we cultivate spaces for all kinds of creatives to thrive. Our floors are proudly un-polished, because the truth is, our art has dirty beginnings.
Stepping into 107 is a bit like stepping inside the creative mind. Experiments happen and shit gets weird – but ultimately great work emerges from a rich, creative culture.