Global dance music trade body formed

The Association for Electronic Music (AFEM) has been formed as a global advocacy and lobbying group for the dance music community.

The news of the creation of the trade body was announced today (January 28) at the Midem music convention.

The new organisation will bring together representatives of artists, DJs, managers, labels, promoters, publishers, agents, retailers and broadcasters with the aim to advance the cause of electronic music, which was valued as a genre to be worth $4bn worldwide in ...

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