- Perc, Cooly G and the NTIA's Alan Miller have all joined the bill for the industry get-together, which starts this week.
The programme for Brighton Music Conference (BMC) 2016 is complete.
The latest edition of the industry meet begins this week, running across April 14th and 15th at Brighton Dome. Talks this year will cover a range of topics, from Thursday's keynote discussion, titled "Save Our Clubs," featuring representatives from DJ Mag, NTIA, Mothership Group and the Association For Electronic Music, to talks on gender equality in dance music, the impact of streaming services and the rise and fall of EDM.
A handful of artists and industry figures have also been confirmed to speak, with new additions Cooly G, Perc, Judge Jules, Funkagenda, Nadav Poraz (Who Sampled), Paul Gibson (Patterns Brighton), Martin Dockree (Pioneer) and Applebottom joining previously announced names like Yousef, Friction, Amon Tobin and Mobilee's Ralf Kollmann.
The conference will also host two afterparties, one on April 14th with Seth Troxler at The Arch, and one on April 15th at Al Duomo featuring PBR Streetgang and Wiggle DJs Nathan Coles, Terry Francis and Eddie Richards. That one starts at 4 PM.
For the 2016 schedule in full, head to BMC's official website.
Tickets to both BMC 2016 afterparties are available here on RA.