Archipelago Festival: A Collective Gathering for a Bigger Purpose

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Archipelago Festival: A collective gathering for a bigger purpose. Studiorama and Sounds From The Corner present a two days full of exciting event to converge and discover hidden musical gems within the local scene.

Celebrating the rich and diverse of local music industry, Studiorama and Sounds From The Corner present ArchipelagoFestival, a two days full of exciting event, music conference and workshops, it is a place for emerging talent to accelerate networking and in search of hidden musical gems within the local scene. The event will take place in Soehanna Hall – The Energy Building SCBD on 14 – 15 October 2017.

Archipelago is more than your usual music festival, the wholly cultured lined up is packed with performances from International and local artists with headliners such as Afrikan Boy, a rapper grime from UK who brings together the bass-heavy sounds of urban London and the rhythmic beats of Nigeria to create a quirky sound, rap and afrobeat. Chloe Martini an electronic producer and beatmaker from Poland, she made her first step in creating music by composing instrumental film scores, inspired by Ryuichi Sakamoto, now she is producing and collaborating with underground, as well as mainstream artists. Also performing Ramayan from Malaysia, the psychedelic rock band who aims to create music with Malaysian identity. Not to forget eight performers from Indonesia will be grazing the stage from our finest hip hop centric collective Onar, Fisika Matematika, Asam and many more.

 In its first year, Archipelago Festival will be presenting fifteen topics for the comprehensive panel and workshops covering sides of the industry that has never been discussed before, from merchandise, fans, music venues, the importance of digital presence to local and indie music labels. They are also offering an exclusive panel with interesting topic such as Band & Brands, Indie Pioneers and Indonesian Pop Music with some of the best Indonesian music heroes as the speaker, from Guruh Soekarno Putra, Yockie Suryo Prayogo, Arian13, Andien and Dipha Barus.

 The idea of Archipelago born from the perception that Indonesia music naturally seen as a ecosystem that involves various parties. The festival is intended to gather all people not only who creates but also who enjoys and lives through music to converged and discover the next big thing in the industry.

For more info please email or head over to Kiostix for ticket info and purchase.