Reeperbahn Festival International


→ 17.-20. Juni 2019, New York, USA, Reeperbahn Festival on Sequencer Tour in NYC @ A2IM Indie Week

For the fourth time, the Reeperbahn Festival team will travel to New York to present itself in the course of the Indie Week of the American Association of Independent Music (A2IM), one of the most important international trade fairs of the US for Recorded Music. The forthcoming edition, under the umbrella of Deutschlandjahr USA, is aimed at supporting cultural and music business exchange between Germany and the US.

Reeperbahn Festival will set off for New York City with an even larger delegation of meanwhile 45 enterprises from Germany and Europe with a view to making new contacts and entering cooperation agreements with their American counterparts.  Furthermore Jury president Tony Visconti will introduce the ANCHOR – Reeperbahn Festival International Music Award Jury, some of whose members will be present. 

The "Sequencer Tour" within Deutschlandjahr USA is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, implemented by the Goethe-Institut, and with support from the Federation of German Industries (BDI).

SHOWCASE

Reeperbahn Festival will present a showcase night in the course of the A2IM Indie Week at the Rockwood Music Hall on Lower Eastside with international artists and bands.

PANEL

  • #HowWeListen

A Panel discussion highlighting latest changes and trends in music consumption and distribution from different perspectives from the music scene, both German/European and Northern American focused.

Tuesday, June 18, 11:00-12:00am
New York Law School, room W420, 185 W Broadway, NYC

Speaker:

→ Sarah Stam, Artist & Label Manager bei SET THE TONE (NL)

→ Ralph Boege, Geschäftsführer bei Paradise Entertainment & Distribution / Paradise Americas (DE)

→ Jennifer Kaufman, Head of Digital Strategy at Terrorbird Media (US)

→ Björn Mathes, Managing Director at Ferryhouse Productions (DE)

Moderator:

→ Marc Brown, Founder of Byta (CA)

A Panel discussion highlighting latest changes and trends in music consumption and distribution from different perspectives from the music scene, both German/European and Northern American focused.
From artists becoming their own gatekeepers, to the latest distribution, monetization and collection options and the new wave of Independent Labels based on the back off YouTube. What can other genres potentially learn from electronic music brands who started as pure „Youtube-Labels“, where do majors sit in this rapid changing industry and what options are there when it comes to distribution, monetization and collection of revenues?
With clear examples and case studies from both the artist management, label and distribution side of things this panel provides useful insights for anyone trying to stay on point of music consumption and distribution in the 21st century. Moreover, the panel also emphasizes on growing exchange and cooperation between the German/European and Northern American music industry.
The panel is part of the Sequencer Tour/ Deutschlandjahr USA, that is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, implemented by the Goethe-Institut, and with support from the Federation of German Industries (BDI).

 

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