Don’t miss this unique chance to learn more about legendary independent label Epitaph Records and the international perspective on current issues for independents from IMPALA and WIN!
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Kl 14:00 - 14:45
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Roger Dorresteijn – MD of Epitaph Europe, Helen Smith – Executive Chair IMPALA and Noemí Planas - General Manager WIN, in conversation with Eva Karman Reinhold – SOM.
Roger Dorresteijn, MD of Epitaph Europe, member of the IMPALA Board and Diversity & Inclusion Committee. With early releases by a variety of punk heavyweights, Epitaph Records spawned the 90s punk explosion. From the beginning Epitaph - founded in Los Angeles by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz - has been a firm believer in its "artist comes first" philosophy and is a full service label to the musicians on its diverse and creative roster. Along the way Epitaph proudly launched its sister label ANTI-, representing unique and distinguished artists.
Helen Smith is IMPALA’s Executive Chair. Originally from Scotland, Helen is based in Brussels. She drives the organisation’s key strategies with the board on a political, commercial and promotional level. Helping put thousands of independent companies and artists on the map of Europe by leveraging collective strength, IMPALA’s milestones is an impressive read, from Europe’s first ever class action court case on a merger, to its innovative work on Covid, copyright, sustainability, diversity and inclusion and of course with digital services, through to its various action plans and awards schemes.
Noemí Planas, General Manager WIN – World Independent Network. Founded in 2006 in response to shared issues faced by the music sector everywhere, WIN brings together local independent music trade associations throughout Australasia, Asia, Europe, North and South America, representing thousands of music companies and professionals worldwide.
Manifest Talks arrangeras av SOM (Svenska Oberoende Musikproducenter). Seminarierna är gratis och öppna för alla att delta i men kräver föranmälan.