Brighton Music Conference
The Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is to return to the seaside town for the fourth year in 2017.
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The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has launched a year-long #Nightlifematters series aimed at championing British club culture.
The UK’s nightlife needs to avoid more ‘systematic cutting’ to stop becoming ‘stale’, the Association for Electronic Music chief executive has warned.
Music recognition technology could play an increasingly important role in online licensing, a PRS for Music representative has said at the Brighton Music Conference (BMC).
The UK authorities need to work harder to embrace electronic music and nightlife culture, a Brighton Music Conference (BMC) panel has urged.
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PRS for Music has announced two panels at the upcoming Brighton Music Conference (BMC) to explore digital music licensing, dance music royalties and online piracy.
Brighton Music Conference is offering vocalists, rappers and producers the chance to collaborate with renowned artists including Roni Size, The Heavy Trackerz and Zomboy.
Brighton Music Conference (BMC) has announced the first speakers and talks for its 2016 event, including electronic producer Amon Tobin.