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Tuesday, October 15 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The State of Emerging Music in 2013

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The consolidation of major labels, the shift to streaming, and slumping album sales are causing seismic shifts in the structure of the industry and changing the way music is created, dissemenated, and consumed. While potential fallout for some, new opportunities will arise for others.

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Scott Barkham

Scott Barkham is an artist manager currently guiding the careers of Flying Buddha/Sony artist Hiatus Kaiyote (Australia) and legendary DJ/producer/poet Rich Medina. His company, Barkham Creative LLC, is based in Brooklyn, NY. | | Barkham has spent over 25 years in the entertainment industry and has a wide variety of experience from recording/music production to A&R to film and television talent production.
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Adam Herzog

Adam Herzog currently resides in New York City as a VP of A&R for Warner Bros. Records. Starting at the label in January of 2012, Adam currently A&R’s records for artists like SKATERS, Jeff the Brotherhood, and Royal Bangs. Prior to his work at WBR, Adam served as Head of A&R for independent label Glassnote Records, where he was instrumental in signing Grammy Award Winning and Platinum folk-rock group Mumford & Sons, Grammy Award Winning... Read More →
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Ben Lovett

Ben Lovett is a founding member of Communion Music as well as the band Mumford & Sons. Beginning his career at a ripe age of 4 years old on the piano Ben has since promoted musicians, been on major world tours, won Grammys and Brit Awards, and is now growing an international independent Record label, Publishing Company and much respected Promotions Company working with what he considers the most talented artists around.
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Michael Tedder

Michael Tedder is the Managing Editor of The Talkhouse and has written for The Village Voice, Spin, Salon, The New Republic, The Orlando Sentinel, Buzzfeed, The AV Club, NBC and quite a few other places. He has done cover stories for The Orlando Weekly and Paste, and was also the Managing Editor of CMJ. On two separate occasions Amanda Palmer called him "dude." His second concert ever was Nine Inch Nails. His first concert ever was MC Hammer... Read More →


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