Identification of Music announce new occasion collection, Breaking In

Identification of Music (IOM) are launching a brand new occasion collection titled Breaking In.

The collection goals carry collectively a wealth of producers, artists, DJs and extra from throughout the nightlife and dance music sectors and invite them in to debate their first steps into the business.

Industry veteran Robin Millar, DJ and label head Barely Legal (pictured) and DJ Faro have been lined-up for the primary occasion, which takes place on March 27 at W12 Studios, London.

"We are launching Breaking In to shine gentle on expertise and join individuals with authentic concepts from the IOM group,” Robbie Murch, director of IOM, tells Mixmag over e mail. “Some of the UK's greatest producers, DJs, London's budding new nightclub homeowners, promoters and businesses come collectively to attach with one another.”

He provides, “Social media may be fairly naff one of the best of instances, however we hope we will use our massive on-line presence to assist nurture and assist the brand new technology.”

Tickets for the primary Breaking In occasion are on sale now for £5, with 20 per cent of the proceeds going to business basis Last Night a DJ Saved My Life. The remaining income will go towards’s constructing IOM’s new scheme B Side.

Find out extra here.

Jasmine Kent-Smith is Mixmag's Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter

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