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WMW, founded by RBRN IDEAS [John Beh], amps up its second edition in 2019 with an earlier, and more extensive, conference session that saw over 600 attendees last year. Estimating over 2,000 attendees over the course of its four-day event this March 7-10, it aims to help connect regional and international music professionals and artists, at the same time discover aspiring talents within the region.
Labels available at WMW’s demo drop sessions are some of Asia’s top electronic music powerhouses including Barong Family, Armada Music, Warner Music, Spinnin Records, 2-Dutch Music Group, Revealed Recordings and more.
Alongside its extensive conference, workshops, production masterclasses, demo drops, gear exhibits and networking sessions, WMW is set to host one of Asia’s largest electronic music parties – 15 altogether – at 6 venues including KYO, Red Room, Zouk, Jiro, The Rouge Club and Iron Fairies.
If you are planning to attend Wired Music Week but undecided to which panel you would like to attend, we’ve selected some of our top choices to assist in your selection.
March 7, 2019
The Next Big Thing In The Music Business: Artificial Intelligence
By Hazel Savage, Musiio
How The Underground Scene Paved The Way To The Rise of Malaysia’s Mainstream Market
By Victor-G, W Hotel KL; Goldfish + Blink; Callen Tham, Ohrwurm; Adam Mathews, Plural Asia.
March 8, 2019
This is David Lewis Productions
By Hien Pham, 1900 Le Theatre, Hansje Lathouwers, Michel Kuklinski, Erik Leenders & Roy Gerritsen, David Lewis Productions
An Artist’s Guide Through Contracts & Agreemeents
By Niels Veen, 2-Dutch I The Music Group
March 9, 2019
Mobile Music Streamming In China: A Vibrant Industry In A Tough Market
By Tinko Georgiev, Kanjian Music
The Infamous Barong Family
By Tsunano; Thijs Van Gils & Andy Samin, Barong Family; RayRay; Sihk
The Ultimate User Guidee To TuneCore
By Iichiro Noda, TuneCore Japan
March 10, 2019
How To Build Equity For Your Intellectual Property
By Remko De Jong, Moon Jelly Agency
The Business Model of Record Labels in 2020
By Alex Branson, Empire Records; Ivo Adelaar, Revealed Recordings; Cindy Gu, Warner Asia; Aart Van Den Dool, Future House Music; Justine Servais, Armada Music; Niels Veen, 2 Dutch I The Music Group
For its full line-up, please click here.