Reel Music Festival Guide 2013
What's Happening Wednesday - April 3
Price: $5 Prescription 2 Rock is a series of seminars from artists in the music industry talking about their struggles, triumphs, and learning experiences in their respective genres. Genres: 6PM // Metal - Brendan Murphy from Counterparts 7PM // Electronic - Onez!e 8PM // Country - Lindsay Broughton 9PM //Rock - Before the Curtain
THURSDAY - APRIL 4
Price: $5 7PM - Durham College Marketplace, Oshawa Campus Songs Revealed is a songwriting competition judged by a panel of industry professionals. It’s hosted by Music Business Adminstration 1st year students. This showcase is part of Reel Music Festival. This year’s Songs Revealed theme is Woodstock, so feel free to wear your favourite tie-dye shirt! Judges: Ivan Evidente aka “Big Ives” Marissa Dattoli Dan Hand
conference panels Conference SATURDAY - APRIL 6
$2/Panel $7 Day Pass SSB-116 aB
Music Biz 101: All You Need To Know 11:00am-12:00pm This conference includes several industry professionals’ opinions and views on the music industry as a whole. Attendees will get a glimpse of many aspects of the industry such as artist management and music publishing.
Chris McKee Chris Mckee is a booking agent who in recent years has put together concert tours across Canada for international artists including: Rihanna, Flo-Rida, The Roots, Black Eyed Peas, Busta Rhymes & dozens more. Chris has also toured most of Canada’s top Urban acts including: Classified, Danny Fernandes, Karl Wolf, Shawn Desman, and many more. Trinity Chris Trinity Chris is a Toronto based, JUNO nominated reggae singer, who is also making strides in the EDM world having been featured on some of the year’s biggest drum & bass and dubstep tracks.
Music & Film Music&
Music & Film will feature panellists that have worked in the music business as well as film. Topics will include how the film and music industry overlap, how film and music are matched in the synchronization process, and what it takes to get your music in films, commercials, and in music videos. This a great panel if you want to learn about another revenue stream in the music business or if you are curious about how film and music work together to play a part in our everyday lives.
Catherine Jones Catherine Jones, Director, CTV Music for BellMedia, is a 20-year veteran of the music industry with a focus on music rights and licensing. Dondrea Erauw Dondrea began in Toronto learning the ins and outs of Music Publishing (Casablanca Media Publishing) and has now landed her dream job within music supervision at Instinct entertainment. Ralph Singh Ralph Singh is the Manager of Film & Television Music Placement for Universal Music Canada. Ralph looks after all aspects of synchronization clearances, including pitching, obtaining approvals and preparing contractual agreements. A big believer in Canadian music, Ralph supports indie music and does his best to pitch their music first to all music supervisors. Ralph has worked with such projects as Being Erica, Entourage, Californication, Hockey Night In Canada, Lost Girl, Mr. D, Greyâ€™s Anatomy, & Ice Pilots to name a few.
life on the road Life
The Tour Life panel will give you an insight on the tour aspect of the music industry. This panel will discuss various topics such as: how to book a tour, tour stories and a play-by-play of a typical day on the road or at a show.
Lawrence Shryane With over twenty-four years of experience in live event production, staging, Producing, Stage Design. Lawrence has extensive national and international touring experience as a Stage manager, Production Manager and Tour manager.Raised in London, England and now living in Toronto, Canada, he attended The London School of Dramatic Arts, studying Theatre and stagecraft. Pat Murphy Pat Murphy brings over 10+ years of experience in many facets of the music industry to the table. Starting in highschool promoting shows for the likes of City and Colour, Death From Above 1979, & Paramore, as well as booking for one of Canada’s largest independent festivals S.C.E.N.E. Music Festival. Jessica Lemmon Jess ambitiously moved to Toronto to turn her passion into a career. Once in Toronto, Jess hit the ground running, doing anything and everything to break her into the music industry. Recently, Jess has assisted on high profile concerts including Rihanna on her 777 tour, Lady Gaga at the ACC, and a run with Swedish House Mafia that included stops at the Skydome and Madison Square Gardens. Joel Baskin Since founding The Pilot Agency in 2006, Joel Baskin has developed a reputation as an honest and relentlessly proactive advocate for his artists. His primary concern – both then, and since joining SL Feldman and Associates in February 2011 – is providing clients with personal attention and the tools to help them reach their goals by continuously adapting his services to meet their evolving needs.
The purposes of this seminar to discuss the effect of these astronomical changes on both record labels and artists as well as the industry as a whole. The panelists here today will shed some light on how they have come to cope with these changes and survive in this fast pace business.
Ian Stanger Co-founder of Black Box Music, Ian Stanger has been immersed in the Canadian music community since the age of 17. In 2007, the label extended its operations to include artist management services, which has helped to guide the careers of artists like Classified, Crash Parallel, Teenage Kicks, Kayo and more. Dan Hand Dan got his start in the industry as an intern for independent record label Underground Operations while at Durham College’s Music Business Management program. In 2011, Universal Music Canada decided to expand it’s A&R roster and hired Dan as an A&R rep. In February 2012, he left UMC to focus on artist management & is currently the GM for Underground Operations, and artist manager of Toronto hardcore act Abandon All Ships. Eric Alper I’m CTV’s music correspondent, and also been named to Billboard Magazine, Paste Magazine and The National Post best on social media. During the day, I’m the Director of Media Relations and Label Acquisitions for eOne Music Canada, handling the PR for such artists as Bob Geldof, Randy Bachman, Ringo Starr, Slash, Snoop Dogg, The Smashing Pumpkins, and many more over 20 years in the music industry. Mitch Masters Mitch Masters is the A&R director of Track Avenue Music and the dayto-day manager for BRENDN. His education includes a background in marketing and studied Music Industry Arts at Fanshawe College.
derby Demo Derby
The Demo Derby allows local talent to submit their unique artistic compositions to be judged by industry professionals. They will listen to and observe one-minute clips submitted by artists to be assessed based on the criteria provided. After the evaluation forms are completed, they give verbal feedback to the artists.
James Linderman James Linderman teaches guitar, piano and music theory and coaches songwriting, in studio and over Skype to students from all over the world from Newmarket, Ontario. He is a member of an international, off campus, academic advisory board for The Berklee School of Music in Boston known as Berklee Music Ambassadors and is Berklee’s Worship Music Advisor. Dan Hand Dan got his start in the industry as an intern for independent record label Underground Operations while at Durham College’s Music Business Management program. In 2011, Universal Music Canada decided to expand it’s A&R roster and hired Dan as an A&R rep. In February 2012, he left UMC to focus on artist management & is currently the GM for Underground Operations, and artist manager of Toronto hardcore act Abandon All Ships. Eric Alper I’m CTV’s music correspondent, and also been named to Billboard Magazine, Paste Magazine and The National Post best on social media. During the day, I’m the Director of Media Relations and Label Acquisitions for eOne Music Canada, handling the PR for such artists as Bob Geldof, Randy Bachman, Ringo Starr, Slash, Snoop Dogg, The Smashing Pumpkins, and many more over 20 years in the music industry. Mitch Masters Mitch Masters is the A&R director of Track Avenue Music and the dayto-day manager for BRENDN. His education includes a background in marketing and studied Music Industry Arts at Fanshawe College.
RMF RMFEXTRAS EXTRAS Friday - April 5 FILM FESTIVAL The showing of the college/university level submissions will be taking place during the E.P. Taylorâ€™s showcase on Friday, April 5, 2013 at Durham College - Oshawa Campus.
TRADE SHOW Where:
Durham College - Oshawa Campus 2000 Simcoe Street N Gordon-Willy Building, South Wing Vendors:
Robert McGlaughlin Art Gallery TD Canada Trust Get Bent Records Backrow Records Takeover Artist Management Vinyl Alibi Riot Radio
live Live music music The Atria
Friday - April 5
59 King Street East Oshawa, ON
Doors: 6:00pm Price: $6 Door $10 Wristband
Heavy Love 6:15pm Oâ€™Mally Bagster & His True Maple Crew 6:45pm Verra City Waves 7:25pm Elephant Shoes 8:00pm Evensong 8:35pm Tattoo Love Child 9:10pm Shabamzy 9:50pm London Swagger 10:50pm The Bonedevil 11:30pm The Bloody Diamonds 12:30am The DGB 1:30am
live Live music music Wasted Space
Friday - April 5
74 Celina Street Oshawa, ON
How Sutherland 6:15pm Alyssa Leigh 6:45pm Mitch Langdon 7:15pm Carly Weber 7:45pm Rum Cullin 8:15pm Bordeen 8:45pm Ianspotting 9:15pm
live Live music music EP TAYLOR'S
Friday - April 5
2000 Simcoe Street N Oshawa, ON
Doors: 6:00pm Price: $6 Door $10 Wristband Harbour 6:30pm Sleeper Skylight 7:05pm Friday Night Trend 7:40pm We Are the Wild Things 8:30pm Brendn 9:10pm
Edm AFTEr PARty
11:00pm-2am $2 AT THE DOOR FREE ENTRY WITH A WRISTBAND featuring:
SATURDAY - APRIL 6
EP TAYLOR'S 2000 Simcoe Street N Oshawa, ON
Doors: 7:00pm Price: $10 Advance, $12 Door Licensed/All Ages 16+ No Re-entry.
Sleep When Youâ€™re Dead Three Crowns Drag The Lake Constellations Evensong Head Check