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Darker Music Talks helps musicians become entrepreneurs. It is a platform of free events in London and other European cities that connects independent musicians with music knowledge keepers, in a chance for a constructive dialogue. The future belongs to educated Musicpreneurs.

Next discussion: 4 February 2015, 6.30 - 9.00pm

Where – The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer Street, SW1H 0AD, London

About the discussion

The experience of live music has been the same for the past 50+ years. Not only for fans, but for musicians as well. That experience is stale, archaic, and increasingly awful.

At Sofar, we are part of a growing movement people trying to change that.

But this is not just about us, this is about everyone. This is about emerging artists taking their live shows into their own hands - providing better gigs for fans and performers alike. All around the world. We’ll explore how this can be done well, how it can be done terribly, and ultimately why you should be doing it in the first place.

The expert: Tom Lovett

As Commercial Director at Sofar Sounds, Tom Lovett is responsible for the long term strategic direction of Sofar's business and product ambitions.

This includes all company partnerships, technology and product development as well as anything else to surprise and delight the Sofar customer base.

He can be found on Twitter @heaviesthorse.

Archive/Sponsors

The event is hosted and sponsored by London Fusion and The Work Foundation.