Monstercat heads to Asia-Pacific with the opening of a new office in Singapore

To commemorate its global expansion, Monstercat is teaming up with Grand Prix Season Singapore to host an exclusive closing party.

monster cat is the latest independent electronic music label to expand its footprint in the Asia Pacific region with the opening of its new office in Singapore this week. This expansion will see the international brand’s dominance continue as this new office joins the other two in Vancouver and Los Angeles. To celebrate this momentous occasion, Monstercat is partnering with Singapore Grand Prix Season (GPSS) to organize an exclusive Everything that matters Closing Party, which will take place in the heart of Singapore’s vibrant nightlife, Clarke Quay, on September 28.

Billed as “a conference by day and a music festival by night”, All That Matters has become one of the most influential events in Asia for connecting partners across the music, games, sports and entertainment industries in online since its inauguration in 2005. of collaborative networking opportunities, panel discussions and guest speakers, All The Matters also organizes its free live music festival, “Music Matters Live”, as a gateway for dynamic emerging artists to engage new fans in Asia.

Boasting this time a line-up of top regional talent with releases on the label, the Monstercat x GPSS will see performances at Music Matters Live by talented artists, including the Indonesian strange geniusfrom vietnam Hoaproxand Singapore’s booming producer, Foxela. Beyond the live performances and musical celebration, Monstercat will also host an exclusive “Electronic Music Mattersat the conference. Co-founder and CEO of Monstercat Mike Darlington will honor the event with aEverything that matters for music publishing” guest panel and other regional partners such as Robb Harker of Supermodified, Ayu Ayundita of Ismaya, Dona Inthaxum of Meta, and Monstercat’s own artist, Hoaprox will also make their stage presence.

Monstercat has a long history of investing in growing the Asian electronic music community and we are thrilled to partner with our new APAC office to celebrate and showcase some of its greatest talent to the rest of the world.

Stephen Dowler, Monstercat Manager, APAC

An independent label with a passion for building communities of artists and fans, Monstercat proves its meteoric strength in reshaping and reinventing the landscape of the electronic music industry in Asia-Pacific. Over the past year, regional artists like Foxela (Singapore), Papa Khan (Indonesia), Divine Lands (Australia), Weird Genius (Indonesia), Hoaprox (Vietnam) and Dexter King (China) have signed releases to the label as the prolific brand also looks to build on its live events department, taking a look at Monstercat’s future lineups, stages and tours at major clubs. and APAC festivals.

The official opening of our office in Asia Pacific is the culmination of years of work and an important step in our mission to build sustainability for artists. With this comes the improved ability to serve our artists, fans and partners in the region. Now, with three offices between Vancouver, Los Angeles and Singapore, we continue to reinvent how a Canadian freelancer can create value for artists around the world.

Daniel Turcotte, commercial director of Monstercat

It is only a matter of time before a majority of record labels and music affiliates mark their presence in the Asia-Pacific region. With an estimated population of over four billion in the APAC region, markets in the region are undoubtedly a growing target for dance and electronic music brands. Monstercat has now affirmed its position as a leading player in the electronic music market in Asia as it continues to evolve by expanding its reach and exploiting new opportunities on localized platforms.

Monstercat x GPSS is a free public event taking place on September 28 at Clarke Quay, Singapore from 21:00 (GMT+8) to 00:00 (GMT+8).

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