Electronica: Vision of Sound IV - London




Accademia d'Ungheria in Roma / Collegium Hungaricum - Rome

Freakin disco

Freakin' Disco

Toot Ensemble - Pozsony

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HOTS (Hungarian Oncoming Tunes) is the music export brand for supporting and educating Hungarian acts to expand their activities on an international scale. It is amplified by Hangfoglaló, a subdivision of National Cultural Fund in Hungary, coordinated by Petofi Media Group Nonprofit Kft.. HOTS encourages acts through open applications to build up their international tour plans & PR activities in their targeted markets, record new albums with internationally acclaimed professionals, or create top tier audiovisual content. HOTS also hosts international workshops, conferences, and art camps connecting different sectors of the music industry inside and outside of the border equally. HOTS appears through selected acts as ESNS, Primavera Sound, Liverpool Sound City, Tallinn Music Week, Zandari Festa or Reeperbahn Festival.


After being established in September last year, the Croatian Music Export Office (We Move Music Croatia) has now announced the conference and showcase festival SHIP, which will be held in Šibenik from September 14 to 17 this year. Upcoming domestic and international musical newcomers of all genres are more than welcomed to perform and showcase
In March IMPALA (Independent Music Companies Association) announced the 2023 edition of its ‘100 Artists to Watch’ list, which puts the spotlight on key independent artists across Europe. It includes musicians from 30 countries across more than 35 genres, with some familiar names (Wet Leg, Raye) rubbing shoulders with brand new talents from across the
The European Commission has published yesterday a “Study on a European Export Strategy”, an in-depth analysis on the status of European music’s export capacity (both within the EU member states and internationally) outlining the main challenges of the sector and proposing practical solutions to enhance and strengthen the competitiveness of Europe’s music sector on the