Wired Music Week receives huge revamp for 2020 edition
Asia’s biggest & best music conference, Wired Music Week, is set to receive a huge revamp. Providing a huge window of opportunity for aspiring producers and industry lovers located in the Southern Hemisphere, Wired Music Week 2020 is set to expand in its 3rd edition when the conference hits Kuala Lumpur once again.
2020 is set to be WMW’s biggest yet, as they announce a new roster of partnerships with Zouk Genting, Plural Asia, and Paul Neuteboom to introduce exciting new pillars within the WMW umbrella. In addition to this, this year’s edition saw the likes Armada, Revealed Recordings, 1001Tracklists and Future House Music make the trip over, giving the talented producers of Asia a chance to get their music heard.
The Wired Music Week 2020 will also see the debut of Wired Black – an initiative dedicated to promoting the underground side of things. While it’s no secret that genres like Tech House and Techno are taking over the globe, conference organisers have partnered up with Plural Asia to help propel the project. The key theme for Wired Black for its inaugural year is aptly titled “Evolution. Revolution” as it aims to discuss the current strength and development of the underground electronic music scene in Asia.
The conference is also branching into China, spawning a new concept with Paul Neuteboom titled connect: China. The initiative aims to bridge the Chinese market to the rest of Asia, where the goal is to encourage Chinese music industry professionals to discuss issues within the industry.
For more information on Wired Music Week 2020, check out the official website here.
Posted by Wired Music Week on Thursday, March 14, 2019