2022 has definitely been a meaningful year for many, but especially for Electronic Music Conference who are currently commemorating their decade-long existence.
Considered a leading music industry event of its kind in the Asia Pacific region, this year’s conference takes place across the Sydney CBD, Inner West, Western Sydney and Northern Beaches.
From November 25 to December 15, 2022, more than 150 artists are set to take the stage as speakers and performers, including coveted names such as Calvin Harris, Green Velvet, Anna Lunoe, John ‘Jammin’ Collins (Underground Resistance), Anna Morgan, Joseph Capriati, Nina Kraviz, Subfocus, Boyz Noize and Caribou.
In the spirit of mutually supporting members of the music scene, ‘Decade of Dance: 2012 – 2022’ is also held in commemoration of Roland, Vicious, Hardware, Condesa, Charades, Motorik and Lucky Ent.’s anniversaries.
“We're thrilled to celebrate not only our own milestone but also the milestone of respected friends, businesses, partners and brands that have contributed so much for a decade or more,” mentions Electronic Music Conference Director, Jane Slingo.
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A Special Anniversary Closing Event is set to wrap things up and judging by who's being celebrated, it’s definitely a “birthday bash” you wouldn’t want to miss out on.
With various topics ranging from Climate Emergency to Professional Development, Electronic Music Conference continues its mission to provide all-round knowledge on industry leadership, inspiration and connection, built on inclusivity and integrity… But never leaving out the fun aspect of electronic music culture, of course.
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Attendees to this year’s Electronic Music Conference will be treated to an invaluable experience of panels and networking opportunities with representatives from Asia, Europe, USA, First Nations community leaders, LGBTQ+ pioneers — maybe even rub shoulders with the original curators of electronic and dance music from Chicago and Detroit.
For a full list of speakers, talks and performances from the ongoing event, head over to their website here.
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