Music Tectonics is taking its SXSW meetups online.
The virtual gatherings are free and can be joined by filling out a simple RSVP form. You can access the form here. Continue reading Following SXSW Cancellation, Music Tectonics Announces Online Meetups
Everyone in music and tech is talking about Los Angeles. The recovery of the music industry has given L.A.-based label headquarters new life. The convergence of Hollywood, gaming, live performance, and tech makes the city ripe for cross-vertical innovation. After a successful, fire-leaping first year, the Music Tectonics Conference is coming back to Los Angeles, October 27-28, 2020.
The inaugural Conference tackled several seismic shifts taking place in music ranging from how music production is in the hands of the masses to the inevitable push to transparency. A theme that will continue to play out in music in 2020 is “Music Like Fire,” the idea that music and licensing is crossing into new fields from fitness to furniture. Continue reading Music Tectonics Seals Los Angeles as Music Tech Hub with Second Conference
Los Angeles’ new annual music technology conference, Music Tectonics, is launching a set of thought-provoking “Seismic Shifts” trading cards. Each unique card includes an original illustration and colorful design alongside a transformative theme and short explanation.
The trading cards are the brainchild of Dmitri Vietze, the CEO of music tech PR firm rock paper scissors, inc., who has been in the music industry since way before Napster. Vietze launched the first-ever Music Tectonics Conference, taking place in L.A. October 28-29, 2019 and hosts the weekly Music Tectonics podcast which explores the seismic shifts changing the music industry as a result of technology and innovation. Continue reading L.A.’s Music Tectonics Launches Music Industry Trading Cards