Taking place over two days in Sydney Asia-Pacific's leading electronic music conference will explore THE NEXT NOW.
Diving into the opportunities, needs and challenges of the new decade ahead, EMC 2019 will deeply explore forthcoming technology, new disruptions, and the systematic changes that will alter the way we work, model our businesses, collaborate and create our music and art.
Andreea Magdalina, SheSaid.So Founder
Scott Cohen, Warner Music Chief Innovation Officer
Georgia Taglietti, Head of Communication for Sonar Festival
Donald Hau, MIXMAG China CEO
Megane Quashie, Female First Sessions CEO
Liliane Chlela, Beirut-based Producer and DJ
Zaran Vachha, Collective Minds Founder
PLUS domestic speakers:
Darren Levin, Bolster Content Director
Tara Medina, Strawberry Fields Festival Co Founder and Director
Patrick Nellestein, River Road Interactive Director
Simon Caldwell, DJ, Radio Host and Promoter
+ many more to come.
Keynote: 'Are You ready For A New Sensation?' with Scott Cohen, Warner Music
Investigative Session: ‘Financial Stability (and realities) for Artist Managers’
Panel: ‘Embracing The Fringe: How we're driving diversity within culture and nightlife’
Listening Session: ‘Pass The Auxiliary’ - Listening Lounge to demo your tunes
Spotlight Session: Western Sydney
Music Making Challenge: The Beat Collective
EMC are looking for the electronic music stars of tomorrow to showcase at EMC LIVE 2019. Whether you’re a live act as a solo, duo, trio or more, or a DJ you can apply now.
This year's showcasing artists will each receive a $500 bursary to help deliver their best possible performance.
Hurry, applications close Sunday September 15.
Electronic Music Conference is supported by Australia Council for the Arts, NSW Government through Create NSW, City of Sydney, The Ticket Fairy, MusicNSW, Roland, Decoded Magazine, FBi Radio, Muzeek, and Tame.
The Award provides $10,000 for an emerging artist to record with an established producer and receive career-planning advice from Chugg Entertainment.
Recipients of the career changing award include Angie McMahon, Ecca Vandal, Mojo Juju, Deline Briscoe, Amanda Cole,
Imogen Clark, Beatrice Lewis, Pru Montin and Niran Dasika. Jess Hitchcock wins Smugglers of Light Music and Media Award.
Levi's Music Prize awarded to blind Sudanese Refugee Gordan Koang on final day of biggest ever event. With record crowds enjoying some of the hottest new acts on the Australian live music scene, BIGSOUND 2019 closes the curtains today and announces The Levi’s® Music Prize winner - Gordon Koang.
With the countdown well and truly on for the 2019 Australian Women in Music Awards, the event has begun its rollout of exciting program details ahead of the October Awards Ceremony and Concert at the Brisbane Powerhouse!
Leading the announcement, the reveal of the 2019 AWMA Program speakers include Amy Sheppard, Yumi Stynes, Deborah Cheetham, Kween G, and Kim ‘Busty Beatz’ Bowers, along with an Awards Concert that traverses Opera, Roots, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock and even a “Guitarmagedon”.
Ngaiire, Mojo Juju, Christine Anu, Claire Edwardes and Alice Skye are among the stellar list of ﬁnalists in the 2019 Australian Women in Music Awards (AWMA), to be presented at a star-studded ceremony, concert and party in Brisbane on Wednesday 9 October.