LONDON ELECTRONIC MUSIC EVENT

London Electronic Music Event
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LONDON ELECTRONIC MUSIC EVENT



Written by James Ratcliffe
10 Monday 10th March 2014

Early bird and super saver tickets sold out in record time and anticipation is really hotting up for London's original electronic music conference. Covering all of the bases of the industry, today's announcement raises the bar on an already impressive programme. Attendees, artists and speakers will discuss topics that matter to the industry and those that will shape its future, from music making, producing and performing to consumption, piracy and promotion.

Amongst the highlights of the weekend, industry experts from across the event come together to discuss their hopes and fears for the future of the industry in the The Sound Of Things To Come debate. There's also a host of networking opportunities, including the Meet The Managers session, where delegates can seek advice from leading artists managers, including Grant Heinrich from X Agency and Ben Start from Secretsundaze’s Secret Agency.

Producers and DJs will be imparting their wisdom across the weekend, Red D of red-hot house duo FCL joins Neville Watson to discuss What is Underground And Does It Matter?; techno legend Kirk Degiorgio hosts an ‘In The Studio’ masterclass, whilst sample fiends Greymatter and Mr Beatnick compare and contrast production techniques in The Art of Sampling session - giving delegates unparalleled insight into their music making processes.

LEME takes place in the heart of London, a city that has always been a thriving hub for electronic music and responsible for spawning some of the world's most talented artists and industry figures. Taking attendees on a journey of discovery, no other event offers such in-depth programming or provides as much insight into the electronic music industry as LEME 2014. Weekend tickets are now on sale for £60 and day/night tickets starting at just £15.

Tickets can be booked exclusively at www.londonelectronicmusicevent.com.

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