Artist Aloud associates with Asia’s biggest independent music festival – “All that Matters”
ArtistAloud, talent first app, announces association with Asia’s premiere independent music festival ‘All That Matters’. The global indie music festival will be held between September 9th and 13th in the beautiful city of Singapore. Marking a first, ArtistAloud brings 4 Indian indie bands who will perform live at the festival. Adding to this association, ArtistAloud will also live stream the performances for Indian music lovers on their web and app destinations.
A truly global event, ‘All That Matters’ attracts thousands of music aficionados from all over the world. The upcoming edition of the fest features a promising line-up of over 40 bands across 12 countries. As a first, the ‘Sound of India’ will be a part of a special spotlight session representing India at the Music Matters Live event. Also featuring promising Indian talents like Alobo Naga, FuzzCulture, Ravi Iyer and YesterDrive at the festival, ArtistAloud will bring the best Indian musicians to the music extravaganza in Singapore.
‘All That Matters’ hosts many artists, bands and music companies in a bid to share their experiences with one another while hosting some of the best performances by indie talents across the globe. A special segment of the event is the Music Academy, where attendees learn about each other’s cultures, music, etc. A special panel dicussion session at the Music Academy titled ‘Its About To Drop’ is planned and Soumini Paul will be a part of the panel. The discussion will center on the new launches by artists where attendees will learn about methods to deeply engage with an audience, further extend the reach of their upcoming releases and understand the part data analytics plays towards their outreach.
Speaking about their association with the festival, Soumini Paul, VP of ArtistAloud said, “We are proud to be associated with ‘All That Matters’, which is the largest indie music festival in Asia and offer Indian music lovers a chance to experience the festival live from the comfort of their homes. It is an honor to represent Indian indie talent on such a large platform and to share our thoughts on the industry at a global scale. I hope that, with this integration, we can bring some interesting international performers to the Indian audience and create a stronger bond with the global indie music industry.”