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Tuesday, 30 May 2006
Festival of Youth ArtsBringing warmth to the cockles of the unsigned and admirers of London's Youth music scene, this is a night showcasing new music with industry debate. More than 50 music artists with industry professionals will converge within London ICA, to celebrate today's youth music scene and chart its future.

In addition to key note speakers and an exhibition area with live performances, the event features an industry panel session covering topics affecting the business side of the music industry.

Panel Members include:
JD (Panel Host)- JD is one of the UK's most sought after producers having cut tracks for artists including, Asher D, Jamelia, Fundamental and Misteeq.
Colin Batsa- A&R manager of UKstreetsounds.com and responsible for the signings of Sway, Swiss, Shystie and Fire Camp.
Matthew Richards- one of the founders of RWD which is one of the most popular underground magazines in UK.
Hakeem Stevens- Formally A&R for Warners he is now an independent manager of Ace and Invisible.

There will also be representation and performances from UKStreetsounds, Deal Real, UKunsigned & Luv Productions.

  • Gemini
  • Benny Bizzie
  • Davinah
  • Nu Bread
  • Trixta
  • Sampson
  • Sincere
  • Goku
  • Street Vibes Youth Crew
  • Rozalia

So if you want advice and information on how to succeed without selling out, we'll see you there! This event is a partnership between FYA, the ICA Education dept, UKstreetsounds.com and Ukunsigned.

Thursday 1st  June- 6-10pm
The ICA, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
Tickets-: 2.50 (includes ICA membership) on the door
Or call: 020 7766 1423
Our Price: £2.50

Festival of Youth Arts




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