Industry legends and trailblazers set to gather in Adelaide for this year’s Indie-Con Australia event

  • Sosefina Fuamoli
  • June 28, 2018
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This year’s Indie-Con Australia program has been revealed today, with the South Australian hosted event set to welcome industry legends and fresh faces through to the two day conference, thriving in Adelaide. Held at The Hindley on July 26th and 27th this year, Indie-Con offers attendees the opportunities to not only network with different sectors of the music business, but it also produces insights into the latest innovations and updates on strategies, services and more.

Spotify’s Tom Mee and Alicia Sbrugnera will be appearing alongside other familiar names including Sound Australia’s Dom Alessio, Hoodoo Gurus’ Dave FaulknerAdalitaMolly Neuman of Bratmobile fame and Secret City Records’ Justin West.

Says Indie-Con program Stu Watters, “We’re really excited to deliver a program that ups the ante on the Australian independent label sector. We have one of the strongest most vibrant indie sectors in the world and gatherings like Indie con are designed to help make our sector and the industry more broadly a better place to do business, putting our artists at the centre of the conversation.”

Of course, there is a live music element in the mix, with the annual SCOUTED festival taking over the city’s west end district on July 27th. Free to AIR members, while tickets are available via Moshtix for non-members, head here for more information!


Molly Neuman (Songtrust)
Charles Caldas (Merlin)
Charlie Phillips (WIN)
Edward Ginis (OpenPlay)
Erik Gilbert (Entertainment Intelligence)
Greg Delaney (Entertainment Intelligence)
Justin West (Secret City Records)
Portia Sabin (Kill Rock Stars)
Richard Burgess (A2IM)
Vincent Fenice (PIAS)
Adalita (Artist)
Alicia Sbrugnera (Spotify)
Amanda Virtatas (Hysterical Records)
Andy Mak (Writer/Producer)
Anthony Zaccaria (Bolster)
Ben O’Connor (Chapter Music)
Blake Rayner (The Orchard)
Bonnie Dalton (VMDO)
Chris Bosma (Poolside Records/The Smith Street Band)
Chris O’Neill (APRA AMCOS)
Damian Rinaldi (Sonic Lawyers)
Dave Faulkner (Hoodoo Gurus)
Dean Ormston (APRA AMCOS)
Deb Suckling (Sugar Rush Records)
Dom Alessio (Sounds Australia)
Ellen Kirk (Barely Dressed Records)
Emma Bosworth (Green Music Australia)
Eoin McCarthy (Hydric Media)

Gerry McKenna (Whitesky)
Glenn Dickie (Sounds Australia)
Grace Kindellan (Hysterical Records)
Greg Carey (Grow Yourself Up)
Guy Blackman (Chapter Music)
Harvey Saward (Remote Control Records)
Henry Compton (The Orchard)
Jane Slingo (Young Strangers)
Jay Mogis (QUT)
Lars Brandle (Industry Observer)
Leanne de Souza (AAM)
Linda Bosidis (Mushroom Publishing)
Lisa Bishop (Music SA)
Lynne Small (PPCA)
Mardi Caught (Annex)
Matt Tanner (Native Tongue Publishing)
Matthew Lymbury (Nightlife Music)
Matthew Rogers (Unified Music Group)
Merida Sussex (Resonate/Stolen Recordings)
Michael McMartin (Melody Management)
Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia)
Paddy McHugh (Artist)
Paige X. Cho (Bolster)
Phil Brown (Nightlife Music)
Rachel Kelly (Downtown Publishing)
Steve Cross (Remote Control Records)
Susan Cotchin (IRR Music)
Tom Mee (Spotify)


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