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Alex Robinson

FML2 Participants on July 1st, 2009 No Comments

Alex Robinson is European Label Manager for Stones Throw Records, the cultish Los Angeles-based company that has given the world music from Madlib, MF DOOM and J Dilla amongst many others. He oversees strategy, promotion, distribution and nigh-on every other aspect of the label’s European operations, including its publishing and merchandising wings. Alex also oversaw [...]

Phil Cooper

FML2 Participants on June 30th, 2009 No Comments

My experience ranges from event production through to promotion, be that traditional or digital. I have an unhealthy appetite for music and have spent 90% of my working years in and around the dance music industry, I have set up, ran and owned record shops and labels. Organized and promoted club nights and one off [...]

Florian Koempel

Participants on May 7th, 2009 No Comments

Legal Counsel, European Affairs UK Music UK Music is a new umbrella organisation representing the collective interests of the UK’s commercial music industry, from artists, musicians, songwriters and composers, to major and independent record labels, managers, music publishers, studio producers and collecting societies. Florian Loempel’s Responsibilities cover: Analysis of any relevant public policy, regulatory or [...]

Adam Hoyle

FML2 Participants, Participants on May 7th, 2009 1 Comment

Adam is a game designer, musician and computer programmer who works extensively in the arts and has worked collaboratively with a wide range of artists from different disciplines. As a key member of seminal 90s interactive art collective audioRom, he began creating interactive music systems, both online and within gallery and club spaces. During his [...]

Wil Stevens

FML2 Participants, Participants on May 6th, 2009 No Comments

Wil Stephens is founder and CEO of Cube, an interactive production company specialising in broadband and cross-platform productions. He has worked extensively with S4C, C4 and BBC. Credits include Doctor Who spin-off Department Six, Freesports on 4 and Contact High.
Last year, Wil won a Bafta Cymru award for S4C’s online kids service Cyw and a [...]

Ged Day

FML2 Participants, Participants on May 6th, 2009 No Comments

Ged Day is founder and CEO of People’s Music Store, a music download service which combines the forces of social discovery, e-commerce and viral marketing, enabling music fans to create and promote their own personal music store. Launched in February this year, the service currently has a licensed catalogue of over 600,000 tracks from labels [...]

Neil Cocker

FML2 Participants, Participants on May 6th, 2009 No Comments

Occasionally known as “Neil Raygun”, Neil was a co-founder of Wales’ all-time most successful electronic music label, Plastic Raygun, and ran its Marketing and A&R for 5 years. He helped steer the label to many awards, plenty of underground smashes and a Top Ten hit. On top of this he’s performed live on BBC Radio [...]

Matthew Cheetham

FML2 Participants, Participants on May 6th, 2009 No Comments

Matthew Cheetham is co-founder and content director at samurai.fm, a curated online music platform that presents shows from an eclectic range of contributing artists, labels, festivals and organisations to an international audience of music fans. Started in Tokyo 6 years ago it was one of the first sites in Japan to offer on-demand programming and [...]

Adrian Bossey

Participants on May 6th, 2009 No Comments

Adrian first got involved in the music business as a 16 year old, helping out a nascent ‘Fatboy Slim’ with his mobile disco! He later discovered ‘Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine’; guiding the band to international success, including a UK number one album. As Company Director of an artist management company whose clients included ‘Chumbawumba’, [...]