Bhangra & Bassline - November 18th at Mill TV
From the frustrations of South Asian teens looking for a safe space to party, the era of the ‘Daytimers’ was born - covert events that took place during the day, including schooldays, so that teens could go and party with their peers without their families finding out. Our ‘Bassline & Bhangra’ daytime rave, with Deejay AJ, Jae Depz, Spice Nights & more - a sober event suitable for all the family, to allow you experience this extraordinary era yourself.
Garden Of Eden - DYT Thearte 10th and 11th of November
Displace Yourself Theatre will be transformed into a tranquil, multipurpose venue, hosting 2 packed days of events to appeal to music lovers of all kinds. Our holistic garden will hold space for a full day of music-led workshops, including wellbeing elements such as a sound bath & soul singing workshop.
By evening, this will be transformed into a one-of-a-kind intimate gig venue, where you can experience a completely unique gig, with artists such as Melissa Steel headlining our Soul / RnB event, and Sunflower Thieves on our Folk / Indie night. This is a one of a kind opportunity to see artists stripped back and up close.
Garden of Eden Workshops
Feel The Flow
Soul Singing With Sinead
Rap For Good
Spirit Of Sound
Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career" Podcast Recording - 1st of November
Emily White is a Partner at Collective Entertainment and the Founder of #iVoted Festival. She is the author of the Amazon #1 best-selling How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams and hosts the book’s accompanying podcast of the same name. The podcast is the #1 Music Business podcast globally, charting on six continents with listeners in 140+ countries.
In 2019, White became an adjunct instructor at New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music within NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts and has also taught at the University of New Haven. In 2021, How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams launched as a podcast. White brings each chapter of the hit book, & step in an artist’s process, to life in podcast episode form with deep-dive interviews of handpicked guests that covers the entire modern music industry. While also ensuring artists aren’t missing a single revenue stream along the way.
This is a one of a kind opportunity to watch the podcast being recorded live in Bradford, on a pay as you feel basis.
Bradford Music Scene Social & Industry Networking Event - 6th of November
An inclusive event focused on bringing together people from across the Bradford music scene to make connections, hear from industry professionals and meet other Bradford musicians.
There will be a talk on 'Creating a scene' from BMS, as well as panel discussion with guests including -
Samuel Nicholls (Whiskas) - Launchpad / Music Local, Chris Sherrington - Music Venue Trust / Hebden Bridge Trades Club, Gail Simpkins - Production Manager of Bradford Music Month & Bradford Dragon Boat Festival / General Manager of The Underground, Sinead Campbell - Bradford Music Lead at Bradford Producing Hub, Chair of the Bradford Music steering group, and Project Manager of Bradford Music Month. There will also be music industry stalls, networking, games and prizes.
This is a pay as you feel event.
Do It Yourself: How to start your own music publication Workshop w/ DIY Mag - 16th of November
The team behind DIY Magazine - the UK's biggest independent music publication - will be heading to Bradford to share their advice on how to start your very own music publication. From interviewing musicians to reviewing albums, via sub-editing, monetising and more, they'll share stories and guidance on making your first steps into music journalism and beyond. This is a unique opportunity, with limited spaces - but not to worry, after the workshop the team will be sticking around for a 'Meet The Team mixer, where you can meet them in a more casual setting, and network with people from across the Bradford music scene.
6pm - Do It Yourself Workshop