EMI and Future Entertainment partner for new label Future Music

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In giant news for the Australian dance music scene, inthemix can exclusively reveal that EMI Music and Future Entertainment are partnering up to launch an exciting new label. The industry heavyweights have come together to form the label Future Music, which is set to combine the considerable powers of two of the biggest companies in Australian music today. So what does this mean for us?

With EMI boasting top-tier names like Daft Punk, Eric Prydz, Deadmau5 and The Chemical Brothers and Future bringing huge festivals like Future Music Festival and Summadayze to the table, we can definitely expect to see some giant partnerships. As well as the exciting new releases, artist signings and exclusive ticket offers we can count on, we’re going to cross our fingers this also means there’ll be some big tours to look forward to.

“On a local level, we know there are so many great DJs and producers in Australia doing great things. We want to discover them, help them develop, release their music and hopefully see them perform on our festival stages,” Future Entertainment Director Brett Robinson told inthemix. “For music fans, each year we present a selection of world’s the most diverse range of artists at our festivals each year. A lot of people discover acts and become their fans at our festivals, others just have an amazing experience. We want to give them a way of living that festival experience each day via our label. We will release music for them to listen to each day by the big acts they love, the emerging acts they love discovering and providing compilations and bundles of music under the Future Music banner they can trust is going to be what they want to listen to.”

We’ll have more info on the Future Music partnership soon. But yep, this is big.

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Scott_FUTURE

Scott_FUTURE said on the 12th Sep, 2012

We are all extremely excited about this and the new opportunities it presents us with. Pumped!

lukemaguire

lukemaguire said on the 12th Sep, 2012

this will do amazing things for us aspiring producers!

Nathan Explosion

Nathan Explosion said on the 12th Sep, 2012

This could make Future bigger than the Big Day Out!

JamRock

JamRock said on the 12th Sep, 2012

LOl @ Nathan. Future IS bigger than Big Day Out!

CircusMidget

CircusMidget said on the 12th Sep, 2012

so what you are saying is that future entertainment sold out again?

Yasoda

Yasoda said on the 12th Sep, 2012

nice quote from Brett. Would love to see more Aus talent coming up to mainstage level at FMF. Watching Pendulum a couple years ago was awesome.

Scott_FUTURE

Scott_FUTURE said on the 12th Sep, 2012

@CircusMidget not sure how this can be read as us selling out?

CircusMidget

CircusMidget said on the 12th Sep, 2012

sorry scott, I meant to say souled out

josh_goods

josh_goods said on the 12th Sep, 2012

lol, why would u mention eric prydz? come onnnn

mattpolo8

mattpolo8 said on the 12th Sep, 2012

isn't it a given an eric prydz arena show would sell out? like..more then a given? why not put him on a mofo boat

lawlietskyy

lawlietskyy said on the 13th Sep, 2012

Dear Prydz, one word. Xanax.

Full Throttle E

Full Throttle E said on the 18th Sep, 2012

This is great; hope they follow through. - There are a heap of great DJs and producers in Australia that should get the stage!

CircusMidget

CircusMidget said on the 19th Sep, 2012

Nickleback are headlining the EMI stage