Blogs bykate menzies
How to create a better experience for fans
From programming to branding and community building, here are our key takeaways from DICE’s panel at Paris Electronic Week 2022
The Pickle Factory: how an intimate warehouse became east London's favourite neighbourhood club
Two of the team members behind The Pickle Factory talk east London, dance music trends and what sets the venue apart
Meet Amy Oldham, DICE's VP of Content for Europe with plenty of industry tales to tell
Discover how she turned her love of live music into a career.
Thinking queerly: talking safe spaces with Kremwerk
The booking team behind Seattle’s queer mecca Kremwerk talk safe spaces and what you can do to create inclusivity.
Sid the Cat: how LA’s best indie music promoter stays consistent
We caught up with Brandon, Sean, and Kyle from Sid the Cat to talk about what makes a great show, community spirit and why consistency is key.
Live In Dallas are the music management duo that treat their artists like family
Based in Barcelona, Miguel Robres and Fernando Yáñez have built a gifted roster, and helped keep the Spanish indie scene alive during lockdown.
Venue boss Jake Farey talks passion, survival and what makes a perfect space
With over a decade of industry experience, the man behind Peckham Audio, Bermondsey Social and Desertfest tells his story.
An interview with Antoine Bisou, the man behind France’s most unique parties
The boss of microqlima records tells us about his move to live streaming, and why he'll always stay independent.
Gold-Diggers: the 1920s hotel that’s become LA’s coolest music venue
We interviewed the team behind East Hollywood’s most innovative music hangout about its past, present and future.
Catching up with Sam Hillmer, owner of H0L0 in New York
We talked to one of New York’s most passionate live music promoters about DIY shows, the importance of physical spaces, and how to stay creative in lockdown.
Discovering new audiences and selling out intimate shows with Rough Trade
Rough Trade’s in-store events are a thing of legend – but it was time for an updated ticketing system that would bring in new fans.