ASIA'S LARGEST ELECTRONIC MUSIC CONFERENCE + FESTIVAL RETURNS TO KUALA LUMPUR & EXPANDS ACROSS BORDERS
WIRED MUSIC WEEK ANNOUNCES RETURN ON MARCH 2019
An honest initiative aspiring to connect the present and future generation of music industry leaders is making its way back to the community once again this coming March 2019. Wired Music Week aims to help lay the foundation for a sustainable career in the modern music scene. It serves as a one-stop hub for music enthusiasts to learn, network, develop, and advance as a community. The campaign was created in the mind of developing a solid platform to connect the Western culture to Asian cultivation within the music industry.
A initiative close to heart, put together by passion and soul, here is what John Beh had to say about this project, “Wired Music Week is a very special project for the team and myself. It’s great to know that we are able to assist those in the industry who are keen to learn while acting as a bridge to connect them within our resources and capability. We’re stoked for the second edition [of WMW] and are in works of planning more exclusive content and partnering with brands, sponsors alongside our elite team to create an extraordinary conference and festival, which will wow the hearts of many in Southeast Asia.”
// EXPANDING THE CIRCLE
After a successful kick-start of Wired Music Week during May 2018, the creator of this initiative decided to launch WMW Session. The new movement acts as a 1-Day Crash Course for Electronic Music Industry. It plans to host a range of seminars, panels, interactive sessions, and later, paired with an after-hours session at night.
WMW Session is an sub component which will be managed by the Team of Wired Music Week alongside local partners around the South East Asia (SEA) to curate specific content beneficial to fit each local market in their own unique way. The first venture in spreading the wings of WMW is to Brunei, Vietnam, Philippines, and Indonesia before the launch of WMW 2019: Second Edition takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
For more info, visit www.wiredmusicweek.com