Friday, December 5, 2008

Word on the Street: Dirty Bird

So all the rumors point to a pretty big Dirty Bird party. More info comming soon.

Press Release from the Head Honchos

Friday, October 17, 2008

Music Happens in Miami Beach, March 24 – 28, 2009 at the 24th Annual Winter Music Conference.Last year, 2,211 artists and DJs participated in over 537 total events presented across the greater Miami area during WMC week. Founded in 1985 as a platform for the advancement of the music industry, the WMC program includes seminars, meetings, receptions and parties throughout the week with personalities and innovators from all aspects of the business worldwide. Q&As and technical hardware/software demonstrations will be highlighted each day.

Last year's program featured 227 panelists and speakers participating in more than 80 meetings, seminars, workshops and demonstrations. Overall more than 62,000 participants and 3,726 delegates from 70 countries attended, making it the largest industry program of its kind in the world. Expect an even larger turn out for 2009.Highlights of the 2009 program will include the IDMA’s (International Dance Music Awards), also in it’s 24th consecutive year, where the music business converges to honor the achievements of industry, artists and innovators in 50 categories. Voting will begin in November.

WMC will also present the 2nd edition of South Beach Sessions, a bold new perspective on the traditional WMC panel program. Founded on the principles that make music compelling – individual expression, empowerment, creative thinking and collaboration – the program’s mission is to create greater exposure for artists and ideas. South Beach Sessions explores new inroads where music and art are flourishing and making a courageous difference in the world. Pioneers in music, art, fashion, technology, business, education, the environment and more convene for one of the most inspiring and epic programs of the week.

WMC 2009 will host the 3rd edition of the Record Collector’s Show - an international hub for buyers, sellers and traders of rare and collectible vinyl, tapes, and music memorabilia which assembles the best record dealers and features some of the rarest music in the country.

Listed below are contacts for performance & DJ participation, panels, marketing/sponsorship opportunities and press relations, so you can now begin planning your participation at WMC 2009 and take advantage of early registration, marketing and hotel discounts while they last. Don’t miss out on a legendary Winter Music Conference week in Miami Beach.

Registration and Hotel Info call (954) 563-4444
Artist Relations
Marketing & Sponsorship

WMC Office:3450 NE 12th TerraceFort Lauderdale, FL 33334Phone: (954) 563-4444 * Fax (954) 563-1599

Winter Music Conference is presented with the support of The Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority

Blah... IDMA... Vote for the Best of 2008

If your into this sort of crap, heres the info. I dont really agreed with these popularity contests, but here is the info none the less.

WMC 2009! Beach Plaza Hotel rooms best rates available now

Greetings to all BASIC NYC heads!!Party plans are coming together for the 2009 WMC and we're looking forward to presenting you all with another year of killer DJs and events in the beautiful Beach Plaza Hotel. If you're interested in sponsoring an event, or demoing a product, please contact us at The dates for WMC are March 24th to March 28th, 2009. If you want to stay at the Beach Plaza, and be surrounded by the best of WMC, call the hotel now to book direct at (305) 531-6421 or email outbind://78-0000000053A296B2E87145428B2A43020826E6AD84F32500/ for the fastest response. Ask for the Basic NYC package. Right now, all the rooms are available at the best rates - doubles, kings, villas, bungalows and suites - but some categories are starting to go. Don't heistate! For all the latest Basic NYC WMC news and updates: join our Beach Plaza WMC 2009 Facebook group. And if you're on facebook, be our friend! Find us here and here.See you in the sun! Sleepy & BooBasic