February 2017

AudioLock Monthly Roundup – February

We have just returned from a day and evening of fantastic events. Firstly we had Indie-Con, AIM’s event at Glazier’s Hall near London Bridge. Fantastic panels ranging from brand partnerships through to mental health for people working in the music industry. If you’re a independent music maker, label or manager we highly recommend attending next year’s event.

After this we headed off our team’s paths divided, with one half going to the Music Publishers Association social event in central London. It was great to catch up with the MPA team who we are partnered with and we very much enjoyed the party they threw. The second half went on to the Volume Group’s networking night at the Hawley Arms in Camden, London. An equally good night but with the emphasis on electronic music

AudioLock 2.0’s release is imminent with a launch party to be held next month at Kevington Hall near Orpington. We’d again like to take this opportunity to thanks our sponsors, Butcombe Brewery, Cobra Beer, Expression Events, The Enchanted Forest, Jagermeister and Stephen Garrett without who we would not be able to hold what is shaping up to be a fantastic event.  

In other news we would like to introduce our new partners Radar Music Videos and the Music Producer’s Guild  who we are looking forward to working with over the coming year:

“The Music Producers Guild was conceived, and is supported, by producers and engineers who are passionate about all aspects of making and recording music. They aim to stimulate development and evolution through the discussions at their events, user groups and via their website.

They are a creative community, for members to share their collective experience and collaborate with other like-minded people. The achievements of this community are celebrated through the annual MPG Awards ceremony.

Through their participation in UK Music, they ensure that the voice of the producers and engineers is represented and heard by Government.”


“Radar is the world’s leading music video commissioning platform. They connect you to the best up & coming directors worldwide, so you can commission affordable, creative and engaging music videos. The service is used by major and independent record labels, managers and artists. They specialise in budgets for official videos from £500 upwards with budgets for secondary content starting at £100.

Radar is an award-winning network and they actively headhunt new director talent. Their directors go on to sign to world-leading production companies. It is completely free to use and there are no hidden fees or percentages.”