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The first music convention oi its type in the UK takes place in Glasgow next week. featuring:
LIVE MUSIC from Durutti Column. Steve Martland Band. (De-Construction). All seminars will be held at Glasgow Graham Pitlrin (Factory). Edward ll & The Red liot Polkas. University. (Boyd Orr Building).
Machanic Manyeruke. The Barer Works (Cooking Vinyl). The '
Liberties. Wild River Apples (Chrysalis), Ruby Blue (Fontana). WORKSHOPS also take place at Glasgow University. and My Jealous God (Rough Trade). Xatell Keinig. Andrew these are open to delegates and non-delegates. These will Cunningham. To Hell With Burgundy. Friends oi Harry (Mean take the form of small discussion groups/question and Fiddler Tour). The Light (Burn 1 Records). Dawson (Grqu Wit). answer sessions with a number of the most informed and Levellers 5. The Primevals. McCluskey Brothers. Spirea X. interesting people in their particular fields. Subject: to be Louise Rutlrowslri. and the pick of Scottish independent/ covered include Record Company 5&8 Policy. Music Law. unsigned talent at Glasgow's top venues. Radio. Press and Sleeve Design/Marketing. For more
. . information on the workshops, or to reserve a lace. lease SEMINARS discussing relevant and interesting issues facing call the number below. p I p
i those attending the event. Subjects for discussion vary irom . the changing roles of the music press and broadcast media through to the involvement of the state in new music. as has happened in several European countries. Panellists have been assembled from around the world. and include Geoff Travis (Rough Trade), Pete Lawrence (Cooking Vinyl). Lis : Naylor (One Little Indian). Dave Haslam (Play Hard), Tony i Wilson (Factory). Brenda Kelly (Snub TV). Boot lackson (Black F or further information, contact New Music World on 0“ 332 Music Association). Danny Kelly (N.M.E.). and Pete Hadfield 7222. Fax: 041 332 5990.
A full delegate pass costs £100 and entitles the holder to free admission to all gigs and seminars, as well as access to the delegate meeting area. Day passes are also available for the seminars (£15) and all the gigs are open to the public as well as N.M.W. delegates. Workshops are free.
5—9 SEPTEMBER 1990
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