In these days of solitary music making, we often lack the opportunity to discuss our own music and gather alternative perspectives from other creatives in a safe environment.
In this one-hour session, the music of several audience members will be used as the starting point for discussions about making music and how we hear each other's work. Daniel Miller is the founder of Mute Records. He will lead discussion on tracks submitted by audience members and discuss the way he listens to tracks in his work in A&R.
If you would like your music to be played in this session, please bring on a USB stick, a track that you’ve made and be ready to introduce it to the group. Please note: not every submitted track can be reviewed in this session.