The much anticipated first edition of London Music Conference will be hosting a very special party at Ministry of Sound: it features no fewer than ten of the finest labels of the day across all five rooms of the famous club. The likes of Deeplomatic, Parquet, Fokuz, Saucy Music, Ignition and more all feature with headliners such as Far Too Loud, Babayaga, NCT, Several Definitions and more to make this a mouthwatering proposition and the only way to party after the day’s activities.
This showcase event will be a flagship party for the conference, with ten top labels showcasing across 5 different rooms. Each one brings their own unique flavours, styles and skilled DJs so that you can expect all shades of house and techno to be covered. What’s more, there is a networking event for delegates and ticket holders before the event so you can meet and mingle with artists and label owners from 7pm, and then from 10pm the party starts and runs until 6am.
The Box will see the pan-global and pioneering deep house label Deeplomatic and inventive Italian label Syncopate Afterhours take charge with a key selection of artists, while The 103 hosts melodic house and electronic imprint Parquet and Chapter 24, which deals in storytelling house and techno with heart and soul, also line up. The Courtyard will be the place for the full Fokuz Recordings and High Tea Music experience, The Loft hosts the Saucy Music and No Tomorrow crews and finally The Baby Box is where Ignition and Crowsnest Audio serve up sumptuous sounds from across the board.
The capital’s first ever specialist dance gathering is set to take place across multiple leading venues from October 11-13th. With the simple but vital aim of educating and engaging with the current scene and next generation on a range of vital issues, the world-class brands, panels, masterclasses, hosts, workshops and events include brands and topics like Spotify and Beatport, insights on Secrets to Success in the industry, production masterclasses with the likes of Hauswerks, Signum Audio, Mad Professor and plenty more.
Speakers such as Grahame Farmer from Data Transmission, Nick Halkes from XL Recordings, Duncan Dick from Mixmag, Mark Newton from Broadwick Live, Nikki Gordon from Ministry of Sound, Alan Miller from Night Time Industries Association, Kai Cant from Abode, Scarlett Pares Landells from Defected and plenty of other key players all take part.