AIM announces final wave of speakers for sync conference

The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has announced the final additions to their sync licensing conference, which will take place at Barbican Centre, London, on 28 January.

The latest announcement includes speakers from Ninja Tune, Kobalt Music, Beggars Group and PlayStation.

In addition, AIM have also revealed that a keynote interview with music supervisor Michael Hill will be held during the event.

Michael has had a long career in film and TV music supervision, including working with directors like Greta Gerwig (Ladybird) and Todd Solondz (Weiner Dog), on TV shows like HBO’s The Divorce, and previously in the A&R department of Warner Bros Records.

The conference will feature listening sessions hosted by Music Gateway, speed meetings, and networking sessions.

There are limited spaces for the listening sessions and registration opens to ticketholders on the 16 January on a first come, first served basis.

The final wave of confirmed speakers includes:

Clemmie Woodhouse, Ninja Tune

Becky Brook, JAAK

David Wille, Kobalt Music

Emily Appleton Holley, Air Edel

Emily Moxon, Brownswood Recordings

Emma Lomas, Beggars Group

Jim Fowler, PlayStation

The event is open to AIM members and non-members, and tickets are available here