Inner City Electronic has revealed its full conference programme for its 2020 edition.
The Leeds festival returns for its third year in March and, alongside sets from Peggy Gou, Orbital, HAAi and Young Marco, it will feature a series of interviews and workshops - including two talks hosted by DJ Mag.
As a partner with the 24-hour festival for the first time, DJ Mag will host an interview with Alienata that focuses on create-digging as well as a talk on ‘The Future Of Clubbing’.
The conference programme also features an ‘In Conversation’ session with Detroit In Effect and Mr Scruff and Tom Smith will talk about ‘The Importance of Sound’. Kosh will also give a masterclass while Weirdcore speaks about ‘The Impact of Visuals’.
musicleeds will also hold talks on ‘Working In Music’ and ‘How To Start A Record Label’ whole the music programme also includes Craig Richards b2b Nicolas Lutz, Or:la, Surgeon, Identified Patient, Mr. Scruff, and Meat Free residents Blasha & Allatt.
This year the festival is expanding to take over more iconic Leeds institutions. Along with returning to small independents like Wire and Sheaf St., events will be hosted at Leeds College of Music, the Leeds University Refectory and the Corn Exchange.