We have a fantastic assortment of videos from our previous events, including live on stage performances, one on one interviews, panel sessions. A sample of these videos are below. Please visit our YouTube Channel 'musicmatterstome' to view more videos here.
Digital & Music Matters - Panel Sessions 2012
Keynote Interview: Troy Carter
Description: Find out how Troy and Lady Gaga (the "200lb toddler") got together and what they do to develop the career of the world's largest pop star. You will also hear some refreshingly honest behind the scenes stories of her recent Asian tour whilst gaining key insights into their thoughts on Asia and where opportunity lies for them. Also find out what he looks for in a new artist.
Keynote Interview: Bob Lefsetz
Description: Bob Lefsetz is the music industry's most influential and controversial blogger and author of the widely read "The Lefsetz Letter." See how Bob and Ralph Simon ran way over time with one of the most entertaining interviews in Music Matters' seven year history.
Keynote Interview: Bob Ezrin
Legendary producer Bob Ezrin discusses his work on some of rock's greatest albums by Pink Floyd, Kiss,n Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Nine Inch Nails, and Alice Cooper along with many more. Bob will also discuss his pioneering work in the live performance, film, TV producion, and digital media space.
The rise of the Asian music festivals: Challenges and opportunities in the coming year
This session is dedicated to the memory of Brent Grulke who sadly passed away in August 2012.
Alan Ridgeway (Live Nation Entertainment), Scarlett Li (Zebra Media Group), Paul Dankmeyer (Java Jazz Festival), Justin Sweeting (Untitled Entertainment), Martin Elbourne (Glastonbury Festival) and the late Brent Grulke (South By South West) discuss the opportunities for expanding the Live Music market in Asia and the keys to success.
K-POP: The Hip Hype Reality Behind the Korean Wave
Watch Tiger JK (Jungle Entertainment), Chan Kim (L.I.A.K), Rob Schwartz (Billboard) and Razmig Hovaghimian (Viki.com) discuss the current trends in the Korean music industry, why K-POP is breaking out across and beyond Asia and what lessons have been learnt from K-POP expansion overseas. The panel is moderated by Bernie Cho (DFSB Kollective).
Artist Performance: Kate Miller-Heidke
Michael Chugg and Neil Warnock: "I'm Still Standing!"
Two of the most revered names in live music dscuss their experiences working with the world's biggest acts - and how they've lived to tell the tale. Not for the faint of heart and expect the "swear box" to overflow.
Keynote Interview: Lachie Rutherford
With over 20 years of executive leadership in the region overseeing both EMI and Warner Music, watch Lachie speak of his experiences and what it takes to survive and thrive in the diverse markets of SE Asia and Japan.
Keynote Interview: John Meglen
Live music industry titan and Concerts West/AEG Live President & Co-CEO, John Meglen discusses his illustrious career working with some of music's biggest stars. Recent AEG tours include Justin Bieber, The Black Eyed Peas, Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi, Celine Dion, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift and many more.
Keynote Address: Cindy Gallop
Description: Cindy Gallop, former chairman of BHH New York and current founder and CEO of IfWeRanTheWorld.com, provides some thought provoking views on the intersection of creativity and echnology and the implications for the advertising industry and beyond.
"The Final Countdown": Launching digital services in Asia
Description: Listen to Anthony Zameczkowski (YouTube), David Loiterton (Omnifone), Richard Gottehrer (The Orchard), Ben Drury (7Digital), John McLellan (Haldanes), Jaan Hao Chung (MNC Wireless Berhad) and Ruuben van den Heuvel (Gateway Entertainment) discuss the key considerations when launching a new digital service in Asia.
Watch some of the highlights from Day 1 of Music Matters Live 2012. Featuring Dustin McGahee, Natasha Duarte, Kate Miller-Heidke and a special K-POP showcase with bands such as BTOB, Drunken Tiger, DJ Clazzi and many more...
For those of you who missed Day 1 of Digital Matters, you can watch some of the highlights here. The day included keynotes from Erik Johnson (Facebook) and Tod Machover (MIT Media Lab), plus panel discussions on 'the future of Digital Entertainment', 'synchronising Apps with existing platforms' and 'publishers adapting to and monetising digital content'.
For those of you who missed Day 1 of Music Matters 2012, you can check out some of the highlights here...more to follow!
24th - 26th May Rockin' Live in Clarke Quay
Who will you dicover?
Check out the Music and Digital Matters video here!
2012 marks Music Matters' 7th year and all that matters in music and digital entertainment will take place in Singapore from 22nd -- 26th May.
Music Matters is Asia's annual global music industry gathering and international music festival in and around Singapore.
Digital Matters is the venue for showcasing innovation, sharing success stories and collaborating with new partners for new business models. Participants will gain a unique perspective into online entertainment services from market leaders and innovators, and have more opportunity to connect through content.