Videos from 2013’s Scion Music(less) Music Conference will begin appearing online next week, starting with the panels Being a Rap Artist in 2013 and Being a Rock Artist in 2013. The Being Rap Artist in 2013 panel features Chase N. Cashe, Chippy Nonstop and Queen Michael. The Being a Rock Artist in 2013 brought together Matt Pike of High on Fire, Blake Anderson of Vektor and J. Bennett of Ides of Gemini.
The fourth annual Scion Music(less) Music Conference happened in October of this year and was held at the famed Mack Sennett Studios in Los Angeles. As always, the goal of the free conference is to foster a dialogue that informs and improves musicians and students’ understanding of the current atmosphere of their field.
This year’s conference hosted sixteen diverse panels and workshops. Below is the full list, which will be made available via ScionAV.com in coming weeks, with a new segment every Monday and Thursday:
- Being a Rap Artist in 2013
- Being a Rock Artist in 2013
- The Business of Rap
- Merchandising Advancements
- Merchandizing on A Budget
- Monetizing Your YouTube Presence
- Music Licensing
- Publicity in the Music World
- The Rise of American Music Festivals
- The Role of Radio DJs
- The Role of Style in Developing an Artist’s Identity
- The State of Record Stores
- Studio Production on a Budget
- Taking Responsibility for Ideas in Music
- What Music Startups Are Offering
- When The Marketing Becomes the Story of a Music Release
The conference also hosted in-depth conversations with Ministry’s Al Jourgensen, Missing Person’s Dale Bozzio and Prince Paul’s discussion with Cheech Marin. Check out the panels form last year’s Scion Music(less) Music Conference on our YouTube channel or watch the playlist below.