AIM have partnered with BBC Music Introducing hosts Amplify

AIM have partnered with BBC Music Introducing hosts Amplify to hold three panels at this brand new event for music obsessives, held between October 6 and 8 at London Excel. 

Details of our panels will be announced very soon!

AIM members can get discounted tickets here.

BBC Music Introducing hosts Amplify will offer aspiring artists and musicians access to the UK music industry’s biggest names. With intimate talks, music master-classes and recording workshops from industry figures and the stars that have been born by BBC Music Introducing, Amplify is a must-attend for any artist of any level. Expect:

  • Vinyl Marketplace from ERA, the team behind Record Store Day
  • More than 100 sessions and 250 speakers, contributed by the likes of Deezer, Urban Development and LiveNation, there will also be opportunities to hear from some of the past alumni that have thrived via BBC Music Introducing over the last decade
  • Stellar line-up of artists, DJs and music industry experts participating in sessions are The Libertines, Bugzy Malone, Blossoms and The Courteeners, as well as Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Steve Lamacq, Jo Whiley and MistaJam
  • The all-new BBC Music Introducing Feedback Centre, offering musicians an opportunity to get one-on-one advice, and have their tracks listened to by industry experts.

Amplify is timed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of BBC Music Introducing – a decade which has helped launch the careers of Florence and the Machine, The 1975, Wretch 32, Slaves, Catfish and the Bottlemen, James Bay, George Ezra, Jack Garratt, Slaves, Gabrielle Aplin, Rizzle Kicks, Little Simz, Blossoms and many more. Coordinated by experienced events organisers, SME London, Amplify is set to help continue the search for emerging talent by providing the perfect compilation of support and guidance.

Lara Baker, Marketing & Events Director, Association of Independent Music (AIM) said: “AIM is delighted to be taking part in BBC Introducing’s first Amplify event. We have long shared a commitment to supporting up and coming British talent, and we look forward to demystifying the music industry for young musicians through our sessions on women in music, A&R and keeping control of your career.”

Amongst the additional sponsors and partners confirmed today by event organisers SME London are PRS for Music, Musicians’ Union, AIM, PPL, PRS Foundation, National Skills Academy, Music Glue and Basca. Industry support will also come from Music WeekUrban Development, Marshall, Ditto, The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, The Academy of Contemporary Music and Creative & Cultural Skills.

Tickets are on general sale here.

AIM members can get discounted here.

To view the full line-up of sessions head here