LAN Presents: Women in Music (Industry Insights)

SAE Institute, L3 6Al.

LAN Presents: Women in Music (Industry Insights)

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This Summer we are hosting five Panels across five months at SAE Institute, Liverpool. Here we will be joined by an intermit audience and couch full of industry leaders and figures who will highlight and discuss each topic and provide you with expert knowledge and an insight into the Music industry.

Our first of five topics is Women in Music. On Wednesday 30th May we will be discussing the issues Women face within music and how to overcome an old-fashioned stigma attached to female-identifying people in a male-dominated industry. For this panel, we will be joined by four guests who are based in Liverpool and tackle these issues on a daily basis. First on the panel is Singer & Songwriter, Natalie McCool. Also Known as, Memory Girl, Natalie has worked with great names in the industry which is no surprise, given her talents to create fantastic records with influences from the 70’s and 80’s. Also to join us is Melodic Distraction’s own, Nina Franklin. Nina works as a broadcaster for the fasted rising and most diverse online radio show in Liverpool. Actively supporting Women in Music, Nina Helps organize the ‘Open Decks and DJ Workshop for Chicks’. Next up is Istanbul born DJ and academic, Subcora. Subcora will be on hand to provide a sociological insight into the issues and how we can overcome these issues together. Last but not least is Liverpool’s own DJ and Producer, Vicki Scott. One of Liverpool’s fastest rising DJs, Vicki has played in some of the best-known clubs in Europe. All four members of our wonderful panel come from different backgrounds and different sectors of the industry but all share the same passion towards the cause of creating a better standard for women in music.

Our other panels will be on sale in the coming weeks and are as follows:

30th May - Women in Music

27th June - How to approach record labels

25th July - Income Streams (Publishing, Distribution, Ghosting)

29th August - Productivity & well being

26th September - Moving forward with Liverpool’s Music Industry