The final participants for the 2020 edition of the London Music Conference (LMC) have been revealed.
Taking place at the iconic fabric nightclub in Farringdon from Jan 30th to Feb 1st, the event is an opportunity for people from across the industry - from artists and label managers to A&Rs and tech experts - to connect, get creative and consider the future of the scene.
According to director Sam Speight, LMC was 'born as a response to the ever-increasing challenges that artists, music professionals and creatives face in the UK capital and beyond'.
The latest additions to the festival, exhibition, conference include Jamie Lidell, Raw Silk, and Enzo Siragusa, plus further representatives from FUSE, fabric, Young Turks, Brownswood Recordings, WomeninCTRL, Arturia, Touching Bass, Armada Music, Identification of Music, Harpies, Pxssy Palace, Capital FM, and more.
Experts from across the industry will take part in panels and discussions ranging from 'Does Electronic Music Have a Mental Health Problem?' to 'The Importance of Female Role Models in Electronic Music', whilst numerous workshops and masterclasses will give attendees the opportunity to up-skill and take away new knowledge (you can check out the LMC website for a full list of events).
Organisations already confirmed to appear at LMC include: Nemone, Broadwick Live, The Cause, Key Changes, Scuba, Third Son, Printworks, DJ Mag, Boiler Room, BBC Radio 1, Free From Sleep, FMLY Agency, DAZED, Mixmag, He.She.They., Beatport, The Festival Travel Shop, Korg, PRS and more.
New for 2020 is the Accelerator Program, which offers rising electronic music artists and producers a valuable opportunity to engage with top level professionals (find out more here), as well as the first ever LMC Awards.
Tickets for the London Music Conference 2020 are only available through Skiddle - see below.