San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Whether you want to put out your own music, have stumbled on a genre other labels are too nervous to take on, or you just like the idea of running the next Domino, launching a label is easier than you might think – as long as you know what you're doing. Led by Nathaniel Cramp, founder of Sonic Cathedral, this evening course provides a primer in all the essentials of starting your own imprint, from signing bands, recording tracks and commissioning artwork to promoting the finished product to press, radio and the internet.
-A beginner's guide to promotion and advertising
Nathaniel Cramp is the founder of indie label Sonic Cathedral. From its origins in 2004 as a club night which hosted early performances from M83 and Radio Dept, Sonic Cathedral became a respected label which put out the first records by acclaimed artists including School Of Seven Bells, Sarabeth Tucek and Ulrich Schnauss (many of which were then lost in the Sony warehouse fire of 2011).
Date: Thursday 30 May 2013
Location: The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London N1 9GU
Price: £39 (includes VAT, booking fee, wine and soft drinks)
Seminar capacity: 100
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