Wired Music Week releases Phase 1 line-up for 2019

Wired Music Week releases Phase 1 line-up for 2019

Wired Music Week (WMW) has unveiled its Phase 1 line-up of artists, label managers, sound engineers and more for 2019's conference.

WMW was founded by Malaysia-based John Beh, who launched RBRN IDEAS with the idea of hosting WMW to improve the current music industry in Asia by discovering and helping a younger generation of talent unravel the local and global music industry. Following the success of WMW 2018, WMW 2019 will be returning for an earlier, and longer, conference session. While this year's conference saw over 600 attendees, WMW looks to amp up its attendance rate in 2019 with an estimated target of 2000 attendees over the course of its four days. 

To kick things off, WMW has released its first wave line-up. Check out the Phase 1 line-up of artists, speakers and more below:

Kuizz – Artist 
Josh Bess – Focusrite & Novation Product Specialist
Niels Veen – Marketing Director, 2-Dutch Music Group
Uberjackd – Artist
Dimatik – Artist
Irwan – Artist
Rico Greene – Artist
22 Bullets – Artist
RayRay – Artist
Sihk – Artist
Thijs Van Gils – Label Manager, Barong Family
Andy Samin – A&R Manager, Barong Family
Adam Sky – Artist
Jurrien Romeijn – A&R Manager, Armada Music
Justine Servais – International PR & Promotion Manager, Armada Music
Marianne Beitler – International Licensing Manager, Armada Music 
Mark Yoo – CEO, MPLUS82
Iichiro Noda – CEO, Tunecore Japan
Omid Ghajar – Sound Engineer
Spuds – Artist
Rave Republic – Artist

Wired Music Week 2019 is set to take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 7 to 10 March 2019. Get a wide range of tickets, including student prices, to the conference and festival here