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Soma Skool is back

Scotland’s annual education event catering to anyone who is interested in a career in the electronic music industry, Soma Skool is back for 2021, virtually for the first time.

After two years at SWG3, this year Soma are taking things online with masterclasses and panels from some of the industry’s most respected international artists and professionals. 

Panellists include Glasgow DJ duo and techno icons Slam, London nightclub Fabric promotions manager Judy Griffith, rising DJ star of the European techno scene Cera Khin and more TBA.

DJ, Producer and Soma Records artist Rebekah will take part in ‘Creating Outside The Box’ , based around how she approaches her creative side of her track production. Another highlight will be an interview with DJ + Producer Nightwave, by Steven Galloni from SKapade Studios.

The panel ‘Clubs, creatives, communities and mental healthcurated by Clubber2Clubber, a non-profit organisation promoting wellbeing in the clubbing community will discuss mental health within club and creative communities. It will discuss how we can use our own resources and networks to fight for positive mental health and how we can reduce harm in our club and creative environments.

The panellists for this include Scottish rapper, author, Social commentator and BAFTA nominated film maker Loki aka Darren McGarvey; Juliette Duffy, founder of psychological artistic magazine Pysche ; Raihan from London based QTIBPOC sober event misery; and Scottish harm reduction charity Crew.

Soma Records are also giving ticket holders the chance to have their tracks receive feedback from the Soma A+R team.

All tickets for 2020’s Soma Skool remain valid and will be automatically transferred to the new dates.

Soma Skool tickets

Main image: Rebekah 

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