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Trudy Kirabo

Trudy Kirabo works in A&R marketing for Music Gateway. More about her company in the above link!2 Articles


Grant Bussinger

Grant Bussinger is the Head of Digital at Warp Records.2 Articles

Sam Hill

Sam Hill is director of digital marketing for BMG UK's frontline records division. Having worked for companies like the BBC, PIAS and Infectious Music before joining BMG in 2014, Sam has worked on campaigns for alt-J, Kylie Minogue, Rick Astley, Blink-182, Vance Joy, DMA'S, The Sherlocks, RY X, Lil Dicky and more.2 Articles


Anna Vogelzang

Anna Vogelzang has been making songs since 2000, playing them in public since 2003, and driving them around the country since 2007. Her melody-driven, multi-instrumental folk-pop ballads have been met with warm reviews (9/10, PopMatters) & landed her at festivals, conferences, and on bills with some of her heroes, including Sara Bareilles, Gillian Welch, Amanda Palmer, & many more. Vogelzang plays the banjo, ukuleles, guitar, and kalimba on stage, but has always been a singer who loves words and feelings first and foremost. Her new album, Hiker, is out May 6.1 Articles

Tyler Budd

Tyler Budd is a social strategist.1 Articles


Super Joshi is a Multi-lingual Dance/Rap Artist, music broadcaster and Founder of Buy My Tunes.1 Articles

Andrew Dubber

Andrew Dubber is Director of Music Tech Fest, a series of events launched in 2012 as a creative playground - a ‘festival of music ideas’ - in an attempt to bring all music tech creators and thinkers under one roof. It has now taken place in seven countries all over the world. More info via the above link!1 Articles

Chris Cass

Chris Cass is Chief Business Officer of Synchtank and responsible for all things commercial at the company. Previously Chris was for 7 years Head of Sales EMEA for Gracenote until its sale to Nielsen. Chris used have a record label which very few people remember but he did start up the online music community Vitaminic which IPO’d in 2001 and helped usher in the very lucrative fad of ringtones.1 Articles

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