London Electronic Music Event announces 2014 programme with Legowelt, Neville Watson, Ableton and more

The two-day industry-focused event returns to Rich Mix.

London Electronic Music Event (LEME) returns for a third year this April with a huge line-up of events designed to bring together industry insiders, producers, DJs, labels and manufacturers.

The two-dayer includes production workshops, industry panel discussions, artist keynotes, networking sessions and, of course, live performances.

Star turns come from house and techno producer Neville Watson, who’ll be in the Rich Mix studio with his production kit to jam live and discuss his techniques, and Dutch rave wizard Legowelt (pictured), who’ll be joined by CDR’s Tony Nwachukwu for a Q&A session before a live performance on Saturday night.

Detroit-via-Berlin producer Kris Wadsworth will give a talk titled ‘On the Road: Making a Living as a DJ/Producer’ and reps from London club XOYO and promoters Bloc will discuss the industry under the heading ‘Club Nights: How to Survive and Thrive’.

Defected Records and Wolf Music will debate the role of record labels and Hypercolour Records co-founder Jamie Russell will offer his tips for running a label, while Fear of Flying Records and Rubadub will look at the resurgence of vinyl. Finally, Ableton will showcase the new Push controller with a series of demonstrations by artists from the Ableton Push roster.

LEME 2014 takes place on April 12-13 at Rich Mix in east London. Earlybird tickets are now on sale for £40, with full price tickets available later at £60 and day/night tickets starting at just £15.

For more information on the line-up and tickets, head to the LEME website.



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