Dave Clarke is headlining our party at the Brighton Music Conference (BMC) next week. The techno don, a former Brighton resident who now lives in Amsterdam, is joined by a stellar line-up on Friday 5th June.
Tom Demac from Hypercolour, Ralf Kollmann from Mobilee, Rebekah from Chris Liebing's CLR imprint and legendary party-starter Dave Beer from Back To Basics are the main supporting DJs at the event, taking place at Patterns on the seafront. Patterns is the new name for Audio, opening its doors this week after a refurb under new management, and is a former Best Small Club winner at our Best Of British awards.
DJ Mag is the main dance music media sponsor of the rapidly expanding Brighton Music Conference (BMC) — the UK’s answer to the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). Taking place at the palatial Dome venue in Brighton on the south coast on June 5th — 6th this year, it’ll be hosting a range of insightful panels and Q&As from a raft of major industry players.
As well as playing the party, Dave Clarke will be interviewed in a live Q&A with DJ Mag's Carl Loben at the daytime event, and a number of the other DJs will be appearing on panels and at tech showcases.
The Official DJ Mag BMC party is the main event on the Friday night, beginning at 5pm as a networking event in association with Pioneer after the daytime conference and exhibition winds down for the day.
Other DJs playing earlier on include Rob Savage (Disco Tech), Steve Whittle (Code South), Magnus Asberg (C Soul/On The House), Adam Saville & Carl Loben (DJ Mag), Mick Fuller (Soulshine), Billy Mauseth (BMC), and Jason Pepperell (Vague Recollections/Deep Soul Maison).
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