Wired Music Week Collaborates with regions underground movers for Wired Black Evolution Revolution

Wired Music Week Collaborates with regions underground movers for Wired Black Evolution Revolution

Wired Music Week (WMW) 2020 welcomes a brand new pillar to the Wire Music Week – Wired Black. They are collaborating with some of the underground scene's movers and shakers to curate this day of conversations with their peers in the underground electronic music scene.

Wired Black will be taking over FUHU Genting and Empire, Zouk Genting - situated in the Zouk Atrium at Sky Avenue Genting Highlands - for one day during WMW 2020 (12 – 15 March 2020) on Friday 13 March 2020.

This single day conference within Wired Music Week is set to feature major keynotes, in-depth panel discussions and innovative workshops led by Asia's fiercest. With a focus on the underground electronic music scene that has been flourishing on a solid trajectory over the last decade in Asia, Wired Black looks to make new partnerships and bring this growing community together, because after all, what is a scene without a solid network.

With featured experts such as Wayne Lee (Zouk Singapore)​, Nakadia (TH), ​Zaran Vachha (Collective Minds) and many more, Wired Black will explore topics relating to sustainability and the underground scene. Topics such as Young & Thirsty: The Art of Moving The Young Over To The Underground as well as an in-depth look into the trajectory for aspiring independent musicians with From Nothing To Something Big: From Bedroom DJs to Warehouse Parties and The Evolution Revolution are among the expected highlights, with more to be expected.

The aim is to make this THE yearly meet-up for underground electronic music professionals both new and established who wish to broaden their horizons through keynotes and masterclasses or to make great connections through their amazing networking mingles.

Tickets are available at http://bit.ly/WiredBlack

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