We Are Robots presents: Future and Innovation of Music

We Are Robots presents: Future and Innovation of Music will span over four days of eclectic live performances, label collaborations, interactive workshops, exclusive and never seen before sound installations and much more.

Today the event releases its first wave of partners ahead of it taking place between the 2nd - 5th November 2017 including Rough Trade, Chris Hawkins, Tim Murray Browne, Ableton and more. As global leaders in music the world looks to the UK's creative stars for what's next for the industry; We Are Robots presents: Future and Innovation of Music will deliver an insight into the next decade of musical discovery and exploration alongside a four-day celebration of the sector's boundary breakers. 

What is the future of music and how do we take it there? This is one of the many questions Future and Innovation of Music will answer as it embarks its voyage of sonic discovery across the vast exhibition space of East London's Old Truman Brewery. Whether a student, music industry professional or beginner to production, We Are Robots will experiment and educate for all levels of expertise.

Emma Joyce and Gordana Jovkovic, co-founders of We Are Robots comment on the new project; "We are so excited to be launching London’s most innovative music festival at the Old Truman Brewery, hosting some of the finest musical thinkers across the globe all under one roof. It's been received brilliantly by the music industry, fans and students and we can’t wait to share it with you, providing a necessary outlet for both developing, intuitive and established musicians alike."

Record label and record store Rough Trade will be showcasing the best in breakthrough musical talent in partnership with We Are Robots, curating artists at Old Truman Brewery's iconic Boiler House venue. New music legend Chris Hawkins of BBC Radio 6Music & BBC Radio 2 will be hosting a night of breakthrough acts at Old Truman Brewery’s 93 Feet East. He will also be hosting the student discussion panels on Friday 3rd November.  

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