Indie-Con Australia 2021 – Program Announced

Indie-Con Australia Conference, Australia’s leading independent music conference is back and will be held as a hybrid event at Adelaide’s Freemasons Hall from August 4th – 6th, thanks to support from the South Australian Government.

Empowering attendees with insights and knowledge, this year’s program will address topics including: NFT’S, Deconstructing A&R featuring Mark Jowett (Co-founder, Nettwerk, CN) and Rachel Jones-Williams (GM, Dirty Hit Records), Composing Music for Gaming and Sync moderated by Franc Tetaz (Wolf Creek, Judy and Punch), Livestreaming Platforms and Licensing, moderated by Emily Ulman (Isol-aid) featuring Sean Fay (Guesthouse UK) and Joe Pillatsch (Single Music,US), The Journey of a Release featuring Anika Ostendorf (Milk! Records) and Mike Warner (Chartmetric), TECH and more.

Other speakers include, Noemie Planas (WIN), Alex Goatcher (Know What’s Loved), Morgan Read (Mighty Kingdom), VAMPR, Vanessa Hutley (Music Rights Australia), Will Evans (Band Camp), BMAT, Jaguar Jonze, Nathan McLay (Future Classic), plus a host of online, on-demand presentations from ARIA, PPCA, APRA AMCOS, Noisehive, Single Music, and Bolster.

Minister for Innovation and Skills, David Pisoni said “Adelaide is proud to host Indie-Con with its focus on encouraging greater commercial opportunities for Australia’s thriving independent music sector by building important industry and business networks.
“The global conversations that will be facilitated at Indie-Con, both in person and through webinars, will inspire new innovative approaches that push the boundaries of the music industry as it continues to evolve” Minister Pisoni said.

The conference is FREE for AIR members. Trade association members of the worldwide independent network (WIN) and members of other Australian music industry bodies can attend online for special price of $69. Non-members online ticket price is $89.

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