Soave Sessions 2023 to Include Demo Drop, First Nightclub Event and More at ADE
The global dance music community is gearing up to converge on the vibrant city of Amsterdam for ADE, the world’s leading electronic music conference.
This year, indie label Soave Records is set to take ADE by storm with a series of activations and events that promise to connect aspiring industry professionals at the very heart of the electronic music scene. Partnering with Generator Amsterdam, a trendy and lively hostel that perfectly complements the Soave vibe, this collaboration aims to be a hub for the future of the brand's ADE presence.
Offering a unique industry opportunity for the ADE faithful, Soave Academy is slated to kick off on Thursday, October 19th. Whether you're a songwriter, producer, DJ, manager or music marketer, this boutique conference features insightful panels, discussions and masterclasses led by industry luminaries. It's a chance to enhance your knowledge and network with professionals who could propel your career.
Guests include Stefan Blonk and Gwen Klein Bluemink representing entertainment law firm Blonk.NU, DJ School Amsterdam founder Olivier Meijs, Madeleine van Geuns, owner of 88 Music Management and manager of Phuture Noize, Madism and Anthony Dircson, Daily Playlists’ Product Lead Harry Sotnick and a number of Soave Records artists.
On Friday, October 20th, aspiring producers will also get their moment to shine during a special demo drop session. This event allows them to showcase their work, receive valuable feedback from label representatives and establish future collaborations. Reps from Soave Records and a roster of respected labels will be on hand to connect with fresh talent.
The Soave team's schedule during ADE is packed with performances, industry mixers and content creation opportunities, including DJ set recordings and photo shoots. Thursday evening also marks a significant milestone for Soave as they host their first-ever nightclub event in the famed Desmet Studios, positioned a stone's throw from the Generator hostel.
For more information and tickets, visit Soave Records' website.