Amp.Amsterdam renews their popular Amp.Sessions
Discover the first revamped Amp.Session on March 30th, 2023. “The UK Takeover”
Ten years of the Amp.Sessions
Since 2013 the Amp.Sessions have been a wildly popular event for the creative industry. The sessions started as small, intimate gatherings at Amp.Amsterdam’s office, where lucky guests experienced unforgettable moments with a (now unique) group of artists.
For example, before Typhoon headlined every festival in the Netherlands with his album ‘Lobi Da Basi’, he was a guest at an Amp.Session. As was the band Glass Animals, who now have the longest-running Billboard Hot 100 song to their name.
Amp.Sessions: new style….
Those unforgettable moments will remain, however, with one big difference. The Amp.Sessions will no longer stage a random group of artists but will now put a different country, region, or continent in the spotlights at every edition. The goal? Let the creative industry get acquainted with music from (literally) all over the world. First stop: The United Kingdom.
…with writing camp
The writing camp – together with the Universal Music Publishing Group, is also new. On March 30th and 31st, writers and artists from the UK will collaborate with Dutch producers to write music for various upcoming campaigns.
George O’Brien, Director of Creative Sync at Universal Music Group, is excited: “These sessions will allow our writers and artists to collaborate with prestigious songwriters and producers. During the writing camp, established hitmakers and upcoming songwriters will gather to write new songs and work on new film and TV briefings.”
Tip: are you looking for music? Share your briefing!
Currently, there is still room for some briefings. So do you, as an agency or brand, have something cool waiting to be linked with the right music? Contact Sarah Fadl at email@example.com.
Meet the Brits: save the date!
Amp.Amsterdam will open its doors on March 30th to showcase British talent to the creative industry. So keep an eye on your mailbox for the invitation, and don’t forget to mark March 30th on your calendar.