International Music Summit (IMS), the beloved staple event in the electronic industry which is hosted in Ibiza, has just launched an exciting new digital discussion series in partnership with Pioneer DJ, Beatport,, and the Association for Electronic Music titled 'The Big Questions'. Hosted by Pete Tong and Jaguar, the digital series will be streamed through Beatport's streaming channels. Presenting a series of interesting and insightful

Even before the pandemic forced borders to close, there were already isolated countries, cities, and regions. Geographical isolation is often easier to overcome than ideological isolation. Sometimes the walls are so high that not even music can break them down. Fortunately, this reality seems to be changing in Saudi Arabia, as David Boyle described in this year's IMS Business Report,

The annual IMS Business Report arrived full of highly relevant topics. Especially after all the transformations brought by the pandemic, it becomes even more pertinent to stop and analyze the data, to better understand the impact that the events of the collective everyday life have on the industry. Racial issues have always been present, even if in some hushed way,

The annual IMS Business Report has just been unveiled, and in it is a lot of interesting facts and figures about the music industry, streaming and much more. We Rave You is looking more in depth into this report, sharing the interesting facts and figures featured within. In one particular section, it details how electronic music has exploded in popularity across social media

Rounding off an interesting year to say the least, the International Music Summit (IMS) will be presenting its annual IMS Business Report on Monday 28th of June! As the leading platform for business, culture and education in global electronic music, the IMS will be diving into all the latest statistics and figures relating to the electronic dance scene, in a year

A recent survey from the Record Union concluded that 73% of independent musicians have experienced negative emotions throughout their career. The news follows a more trending awareness on mental health issues within the industry, following the death of Avicii in April 2018. The industry has since moved to make sure artists feel supported, with Axtone star D.O.D dedicating all profits from

Last week, the International Music Summit took place in Ibiza once again. Apart from all the amazing speakers and panels, the annual study of electronic music industry by Kevin Watson, was presented there as well. It shows quite a few alarming statistics and it seems like the golden era of EDM is slowly running out. The report covers five key areas

International Music Summit (IMS) Ibiza is the premier global platform for business, culture, and education in the electronic music industry. Spread across three magic days of inspirational and motivational thought-leadership forums, the event is held annually in Ibiza. Similarly to what happens with WMC and Ultra Miami (WMC being held just before Ultra Miami), IMS kicks off the Ibiza summer season.