One of the world's leading independent record labels in electronic music, Monstercat, has just opened the doors to its APAC office in Singapore. The label will also host the exclusive closing party for the multitopic conference, All That Matters, in partnership with GPSS (Grand Prix Season Singapore).
Set for September 28 starting from 9pm until the clock strikes 12, invitees will gather at Clarke Quay to celebrate Monstercat’s global expansion. Undoubtedly, a selection of premier local talent that have released with the label will be livening up the event with their anticipated performances, namely Weird Genius, Hoaprox, Foxela and more.
“Monstercat has long been invested in growing the Asian electronic music community and we’re thrilled to dig in with our newly established APAC office to celebrate and showcase some of its greatest talent to the rest of the world,” shares Monstercat’s Head of APAC, Stephen Dowler.
In addition to showcasing their expertise for acquiring top-tier musical talents, Monstercat will also host a panel titled “Electronic Music Matters” that will feature Stephen Dowler himself, regional partners Robb Harker of Supermodified, Ayu Ayundita of Ismaya and the label’s own artist, Hoaprox. Co-Founder and CEO of the label, Mike Darlington, will also be sharing his insights during a separate panel titled "All That Music Publishing Matters".
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With its new regional headquarters, Monstercat strengthens its position as a leading player in Asia’s electronic music market while continuing its expansion as a global powerhouse.
Monstercat’s Commercial Director, Daniel Turcotte adds how the label’s APAC office is a significant milestone in Monstercat’s mission towards building artist sustainability, adding “With it, comes the improved ability to service our artists, fans, and partners in the region. Now, with three offices between Vancouver, Los Angeles, and Singapore, we are continuing to reimagine the way that a Canadian independent can create value for artists around the world.”
Relentless in support cutting-edge artists and building communities across the region, Monstercat will continue to develop its suite of services. With two new hires in the Marketing & Streaming and Radio departments, its reach has positively broadened, followed by an array of new collaborative opportunities with localised platforms and partners.
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The artists set to perform at the All That Matters closing party is just a taste of what Monstercat has in store for its hundreds and thousands of fans in the APAC region. With signed releases with rising producers like Foxela (Singapore), Papa Khan (Indonesia), and Godlands (Australia), the label is bound to rally even more of a devoted following.
Stand by for upcoming Monstercat line-ups, stages and tours across a number of clubs and festivals in the region now that it’s officially made a home in Singapore.
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