THURSDAY 1st OCT 2020
10.30am: Carl Cox (live from Australia) Q&A
Moderator: Alon Schulman
11.30am: AudioLock & Label Worx present “The Music Mission”
Your stolen music was sold on a massive scale through illegal download stores. AudioLock and Label Worx accelerated the launch of The Music Mission when COVID-19 hit, empowering the electronic music industry to collaborate, knowing the campaign would deliver the short term support needed while securing critical long term benefits. Join us to learn about our actions, the results and what’s next.
Moderator: Ben Rush (CEO, AudioLock)
12.30pm: Association For Electronic Music (AFEM) presents TBC
1.30pm: Electronic Music on the Big Screen, Small Screen and Beyond (in association with PRS for Music)
How does electronic music end up being used on TV, in films, adverts and in video games? An expert panel looks at the creative and licensing processes as well as important considerations about the earning potential for rightsholders and music creators. The session will also explore opportunities in licensing catalogue and score in different media.
Moderator: Sergio Pimentel (Ninja Tune / Freelance Music Supervisor)
Louise Baldwin (PRS for Music)
Tammy Tinawi (Cavendish Music)
Alex Banks (Composer / Producer)
2.30pm: Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) presents TBC
3.30pm: Fatboy Slim Keynote presented by BIMM
Interview followed by Q&A
Join Godfather of beats, Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim, at this ‘audience with’ panel. We’ll be probing the maestro on his early days playing bass for The Housemartins to performing to millions in Rio; his Ibiza residencies, collaborations and everything in between. Join us for this very intimate chat with Brighton’s favourite son and, arguably, the biggest DJ on the planet. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. Hosted by Mike Seddon from
The Loft Sessions.
Moderator: Mike Seddon (Loft Sessions)
Norman Cook AKA Fatboy Slim
4.30pm: Data Transmission presents How To Make Money
This panel explores you can make money as an artist aside from the traditional route of selling records. Data Transmission editor in chief Grahame Farmer chats to the panelists & discusses all the avenues of making money as an artist. It include subjects such as Events, Sync, Live Streams, Merchandise, Education and more.
Moderator: Grahame Farmer (Data Transmission)
Anna Russell (AR Artist Management)
Mark Radford (Audio Rehab)
Rocky Valente (ELEVATE)
FRIDAY 2nd OCT 2020
10.30am: Keep Hush presents Bland Partnerships: Learn From the Worst
As the music industry’s profit margins collapse, brand partnerships have been a lifeline for promoters and musicians. But the cynical exploitation of ‘cool’ for profit reached a peak in the 2010s, with a plague of tasteless branding and thoughtless clout-grabs. The music industry needs the money, but it doesn’t have to be this way. By naming and shaming some of the worst partnerships of the decade, this panel will expose culture vultures, and establish a vision for successful partnerships in the 2020s.
Moderator: Freddy Masters (CMO – Keep Hush)
Jaguar (Mixmag Live)
Tosh Otha (Head of Development, Amplify)
Alice Razack (Content Creator at Parlophone)
Gabriel Szatan (Journalist, Red Bull Music Academy, Crack Mag)
11.30am: The Legal Panel – Slicing Up The Management Pie At Sunset
This year’s legal panel will be exploring the evolving nature of the management relationship and debating some moot points regarding management contracts. Specifically we will provide expert guidance regarding commission entitlement, commission rates and basis of calculation, including post term, in what’s known as the sunset period.
Moderator: Dean Marsh (MD – Creative Law & Business)
Andrew Sharland (Leading Partner, Clintons)
Jules O’Riordan AKA Judge Jules (Global DJ/Lawyer, Sound Advice)
Shino Parker (Motion Music Management)
Nick Lawrence (Music Business Accountant.,Founder Big Star)
12.30pm: rightsHUB presents Bang To Rights: Stop Leaving Money On The Table!
“Hey Alexa, tell me how much money my catalogue is losing…”
How we consume music is constantly changing, and as the industry evolves you’re leaving money on the table. Just as everyone was getting comfortable with downloads, streaming came along. Now that streaming is here, a proliferation of platforms and services require assets and data in formats we could not have anticipate three years ago, let alone ten. New devices – and new ways to interact with content – mean that formats are shifting and adapting faster than ever – and catalogue owners and other rights holders who don’t hold all the relevant assets and data are left in the dust, managing assets and data is becoming more demanding each year.
Music services platform rightsHUB leads the discussion into how future proofing your catalogue can maximise revenues and opportunities.How we consume music is constantly changing, and as the industry evolves you’re leaving money on the table. Just as everyone was getting comfortable with downloads, streaming came along. Now that streaming is here, a proliferation of platforms and services require assets and data in formats we could not have anticipate three years ago, let alone ten.
Moderator: Lee Morrison (rightsHUB)
1.30pm: Believe presents TBC
2.30pm: The Association For Electronic Music presents TBC
3.30pm: Toolroom Records presents TBC
4.30pm: United We Stream presents Live Streaming & Community Building
Moderator: Nikki McNeill (Global Publicity)
Markus Saarländer (Berlin)
COUNTDOWN TO BMC