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Home Of Sound panel with Daniel Miller, Sync 24, Tasha, Sam Fussell at The Lion & Lamb


Taking place on Wednesday 11 March in London, Home Of Sound return to The Lion & Lamb for their second industry panel with Mute founder Daniel Miller, UK electro maestro Sync 24, Neighbourhood label boss Tasha and Well Street Records employee Sam Fussell.

The aim of the workshop is to find out how each of these individuals built up their record labels (and record shop) into their current formations, delving into how to attract artists and to support talent during these challenging times. After the discussion, the audience are invited to direct their own questions to the panel.

Established in 2019 – Home Of Sound is an educational workshop aimed at shedding light into the electronic music industry, giving interested folk the chance to gain insight from industry professionals.

Following their first workshop with Daniel Avery, Bianca Mayhew, Andy Blackett from Fabric and Jorge Nieto from Village Underground (watch video below) – the second panel promises to deliver true insight from steadfast heads.

Inverted Audio are the official ticket outlet of Home Of Sound. Tickets can be purchased via the module above. Stay tuned for further workshops and event announcements in the near future.

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